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August 5, 2019
Walking through rows of growing crops helps farmers monitor for harmful insects, leaves that are damaged by disease or other problems that could... more››
August 2, 2019
Flooding in Nebraska from a bomb cyclone began four and a half months ago. Much of the water receded in the first week, but areas of southeast... more››
August 1, 2019
President Trump, renewable energy and defense spending were among the topics raised at a public town hall meeting with Nebraska Rep. Jeff Fortenberry... more››
August 1, 2019
With mass shootings and other violence in the news recently, churches and other faith communities are focused on security more than ever. The... more››
August 1, 2019
Nebraska Chautauqua starts Friday in Kearney, a two-day event focused on the events of the 1950s. There are some new twists to this year’s event, and... more››
July 31, 2019
The last two weeks of August are the peak time for reports of West Nile cases in Nebraska. In 2018, Nebraska had the most total cases of West Nile in... more››
July 30, 2019
Nebraska officials released the Blueprint Nebraska report Tuesday, which is a roadmap to grow Nebraska until 2030.Attracting young people, making... more››
July 30, 2019
Progress is being made on repairing a collapsed irrigation tunnel in Wyoming that’s cut off irrigation water to a more than a hundred thousand acres... more››
July 30, 2019
The Nebraska Department of Natural Resources is asking the Association of State Dam Safety Officials (ASDSO) to conduct an independent investigation... more››
July 30, 2019
Repairs are underway after a tunnel collapse cut off irrigation water to hundreds of farmers in the Scottsbluff area. But big questions remain... more››

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