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August 3, 2014
Agriculture is a cornerstone of the Midwest economy. In some states, it may become a right. Nebraska passed a right to farm law back in 1982. When... more››
August 1, 2014
Nebraska’s two-year-old policy of denying driver licenses to a select group of young immigrants faces fresh scrutiny in the courts and from members... more››
July 31, 2014
About one-fifth of the U.S. population lacks adequate access to doctors. Rural counties in Nebraska and other Midwestern states often don’t have... more››
July 30, 2014
Food prices are up, but the U.S. Department of Agriculture isn’t forecasting a drastic surge. In spite of price spikes in the meat aisle, grocery... more››
July 30, 2014
Cleveland, like many cities, has a fleet of old, drafty buildings. These buildings are energy hogs and account for close to half of the nation’s... more››
July 28, 2014
The invasive weed Palmer amaranth is spreading throughout the country, leaving Midwestern farmers worried about their fields. But with herbicide... more››
July 25, 2014
The digital emergency radio system is used by the Nebraska State Patrol, the Game and Parks Commission and other local law enforcement agencies.It... more››
July 23, 2014
NET News’ Ryan Robertson covered the June 16th tornado that destroyed most the town of Pilger, Nebraska. Fred Knapp covered the tornado that... more››
July 22, 2014
NET News’ Ryan Robertson covered the June 16th tornado that destroyed most the town of Pilger, Nebraska. Fred Knapp covered the tornado that... more››
July 21, 2014
A furry beast, a brave rider and a roaring crowd make up the list of ingredients for the Western rodeo tradition known as “mutton busting.” Think of... more››

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