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January 1, 2020
Expanded problem-solving courts are set to begin operating in eastern Nebraska this week;  it’s part of expansions to problem solving courts... more››
December 31, 2019
New U.S. Census Bureau figures say Nebraska’s population has increased as of July 1 this year by around 8,800 people — fewer than added the year... more››
December 30, 2019
The Nebraska Farm Bureau hopes to reach a deal with equipment manufacturers on the right to repair farm equipment – and if that’s not done by this... more››
December 27, 2019
For the kids at Mitchell, Nebraska's elementary school safety drills are part of the routine. They practice how to respond in case of a tornado or if... more››
December 27, 2019
A unique partnership between the University of Nebraska at Omaha and the Department of Defense is using new data-crunching software to solve a... more››
December 26, 2019
It's been 100 years since the lynching of Will Brown in Omaha. It was the last lynching in Nebraska. We report on the history behind the lynching,... more››
December 26, 2019
Rural areas feel the effects of the mental health care shortage far more than cities like Lincoln and Omaha. And many Nebraskans are leading the... more››
December 25, 2019
In a brick building on a quiet street on the edge of Omaha’s Hanscom Park, there’s a small group of conservators saving Nebraska’s history, one... more››
December 25, 2019
Two by two, couples glide across the dance floor at the Pla Mor Ballroom in Lincoln. Most have been here before, sometimes decades before. The... more››
December 24, 2019
On a recent bright, clear day in eastern Nebraska, a small red machine crept through a lush field of soybeans. From the highway, it looked like a... more››

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