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October 19, 2017
Sunflowers dot the agricultural landscape in hot, dry states like North Dakota and Texas. With depressed prices for corn, soybeans and wheat, farmers... more››
October 18, 2017
A University of Nebraska-Lincoln English professor says she’s discovering more evidence that Nebraska author Willa Cather’s longtime friend and... more››
October 17, 2017
A new report suggests the Environmental Protection Agency should consider lowering the legal limit in drinking water for nitrates, a chemical often... more››
October 16, 2017
Scientists say new gene editing techniques could create better medicine or grow new varieties of food. But genetic engineering in food has always... more››
October 15, 2017
The University of Nebraska Lincoln has hired a new athletic director, less than four weeks after firing Shawn Eichorst on September 21st. The new... more››
October 13, 2017
Farmers in southern Nebraska’s Republican River valley need water to irrigate their crops. But they also have to leave enough in the river to meet... more››
October 12, 2017
Pesticides used on corn and soybeans can harm beneficial insects, especially pollinators like bees. A team of researchers at the University of... more››
October 11, 2017
In five years Nebraska  is scheduled to have technically sophisticated, fully operational 911 services in every county. At least that's the goal... more››
October 9, 2017
When you head to the supermarket you want to see milk on the shelves at a reasonable price. That’s one reason the government supports dairy farmers,... more››
October 5, 2017
Holding onto heritage while acclimating to the non-Latino world. It’s often a challenge for young Latinos. They face the pressures of having “a foot... more››

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