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December 11, 2011
In Iowa, poultry growers this year got an unexpected, and unwelcome, surprise right during poultry harvest time - one of Iowa's three state-... more››
December 8, 2011
Perhaps the first step to living an eco-friendly life is being fully prepared for when it might end.Tom Belford is the owner and director of John A... more››
December 7, 2011
With more families depending on the National School Lunch Program to feed their children, school districts are gearing up to implement new nutrition... more››
December 5, 2011
In Nebraska's child welfare system, caseworkers for kids change too often. It's getting harder to tell if children are safe in the foster... more››
December 4, 2011
It only took a few hours for Onaga to turn into a food desert. When this northeast Kansas town's only grocery store burned down last December,... more››
December 2, 2011
Ten miles east of Rulo, Neb., the Missouri River floodplain gives way to Squaw Creek National Wildlife Refuge. This week, Squaw Creek's 7,400... more››
November 30, 2011
It's a loud place. But much cleaner than you might expect for a coal plant. This Nebraska City station, just south of the community, is ten... more››
November 29, 2011
At a recent hearing about the use of the sex offender registry before the State Legislature's Judiciary Committee, the largest number of people... more››
November 28, 2011
Drug shortages in the U.S. are reaching unprecedented levels. So far in 2011, more than 200 different medications have been in shortage. The Food and... more››
November 27, 2011
Organic grain crops bring in about $200 more per acre than their conventional counterparts, according to a study from Iowa State University. And that... more››

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