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December 28, 2018
A year after a Nebraska prisoner murdered his cellmate in the tiny cell they shared, the Nebraska Department of Corrections determined there is no... more››
December 27, 2018
Governor Pete Ricketts announced Wednesday he is appointing Julie Slama of Peru to fill the southeast Nebraska seat representing District One in the... more››
December 27, 2018
Some of them are dusty and falling apart, but the books in the basement of the University of Nebraska-Lincoln’s Don Love Library still have stories... more››
December 27, 2018
In Nebraska, roughly a third of students in public schools are minorities – but only 4.4 percent of the teachers in the state are minorities. NET... more››
December 26, 2018
The North American Free Trade agreement has helped grow the U.S. beef industry beyond its borders. While some are pleased to see the Trump... more››
December 26, 2018
Across Nebraska, companies say they want to hire more people, but those people can’t find places to live. Now, a new program is trying to change that... more››
December 25, 2018
Forty-eight thousand Nebraskans fought in World War I. One was a farm boy from northeast Nebraska. Century-old letters and a journal tell the story... more››
December 25, 2018
150 years ago this year, the Episcopal Diocese of Nebraska had just been born, a year after Nebraska had become a state. The Union Pacific Railroad... more››
December 24, 2018
Gregorian chanting, a centuries-old form of worship music, is now being introduced to a new audience. A recording from a small Nebraska seminary... more››
December 24, 2018
It only took a few hours of basic training at the Nebraska Law Enforcement Training Center to understand the following 16 weeks will be a physical... more››

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