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December 1, 2017
The 2017 Governor’s Lecture in the Humanities was presented by two-time Pulitzer Prize-winning author and historian T. J. Stiles on October 3rd, 2017... more››
December 1, 2017
After nearly a year of major renovations, the historic Dundee Theater in Omaha is set to reopen later today. Built in 1925, it’s been a nearly... more››
November 30, 2017
The farm economy is showing some stability, the U.S. Department of Agriculture says, but the upswing doesn’t extend to all agricultural sectors.Over... more››
November 29, 2017
The Nebraska National Guard has been on hurricane duty non-stop since late August. Hundreds of Army and Air National Guard soldiers have deployed to... more››
November 28, 2017
An idea for cutting Nebraskans' property taxes is being promoted as finally doing something major about a longstanding issue, but critics say it... more››
November 25, 2017
University of Nebraska Athletic Director Bill Moos says he’s looking for someone with great morals and a winning style, after firing head football... more››
November 24, 2017
A new book of photography examines some of the world’s largest landscapes contained under glass. Dana Fritz, a professor of photography at the... more››
November 22, 2017
Colonel John Bolduc took the oath to become commander of the Nebraska State Patrol on October 16, 2017. [[INSET RIGHT 0]]Previously he served as... more››
November 21, 2017
A 65-year-old mural damaged in a fire at the Sons of Italy Hall in Omaha earlier this year will look a lot better when it’s returned to its home in... more››
November 20, 2017
The Keystone XL oil pipeline took a step toward being built Monday when a government commission in Nebraska approved a route for the project. But... more››

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