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May 30, 2016
After several boom years while the rest of the economy struggled, farming is entering its third straight year on the bust side of the cycle. Prices... more››
May 27, 2016
Three teenagers from small town Nebraska. Two went to war and never came home. The other spent much of this year giving new life to their story. Here... more››
May 26, 2016
Nebraska isn’t famous for its beer—yet. But there are now more than 25 craft breweries in the state, and several have won major national and... more››
May 25, 2016
A slaughterhouse is a safer place to work than it used to be, according to a new government report. But data gathered by federal regulators doesn’t... more››
May 25, 2016
Sometimes it’s not only the criminal who holds the gun, but the person who bought it.[[INSET RIGHT 0]]Last year Jalita Johnson walked out of a pawn... more››
May 24, 2016
A detention facility for high-risk youth has been the center of debate for one Nebraska community. Kearney looks to deal with issues at its... more››
May 23, 2016
Monarch butterflies are disappearing. Scientists agree that in the last 20 years, populations of the black and orange insects have been in decline.... more››
May 20, 2016
Most school districts have moved to comply with stricter nutrition standards since the U.S. Department of Agriculture imposed them almost four years... more››
May 19, 2016
2016 UPDATE: The May 18 post from Lincoln climber Robert Kay was short: "summit." One word that told those following his fourth attempt to climb... more››
May 17, 2016
University of Nebraska-Lincoln researchers are looking toward planting their first research crop of industrial hemp after receiving long-awaited... more››

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