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September 5, 2017
Here is some of the Nebraska reaction to the White House decision today Tuesday to rescind the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA)... more››
September 4, 2017
More than 40 grocery stores in rural Kansas have closed during the last nine years as small-town populations shrink and supermarkets in... more››
September 1, 2017
Nebraska National Guard helicopter units have been in Texas all week, helping with the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey. Mike Tobias talked with... more››
September 1, 2017
As Nebraska continues its 150th birthday celebration this year, another staple of Midwestern life is even older. The Nebraska State Fair, which ends... more››
August 31, 2017
Federal officials are extending the time for people to comment on a controversial transmission line through the Nebraska Sandhills for another two... more››
August 31, 2017
Sidney, Nebraska, has prospered while many rural cities have struggled. For decades the city has been home to Cabela’s, a major outdoor retail... more››
August 30, 2017
The positions taken by opposing sides in the debate over Whiteclay, beer sales, and the law were were technical, but essential during Tuesday's... more››
August 29, 2017
Nebraska has been known as the only all-public power state, where electricity is produced by publicly-owned utilities, not for profit. But that’s... more››
August 28, 2017
Online retail giant Amazon dropped some big news earlier this summer. It announced a deal to buy Whole Foods. The move could have big implications... more››
August 25, 2017
In Springfield, Missouri, a residential neighborhood lined with painted utility poles is becoming a new destination for artists. And City Hall doesn'... more››

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