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January 21, 2017
A Saturday protest in Lincoln brought thousands of people to the streets in support of equality, human rights and women empowerment.The day after... more››
January 21, 2017
Students with developmental disabilities are getting a chance to take center stage at a new theater camp in Omaha. It's a partnership between the... more››
January 20, 2017
Nebraska Gov. Pete Ricketts says he expects President Donald Trump to end federal overreach that’s hurting Nebraskans, while Democratic Party Chair... more››
January 19, 2017
Under a proposal in the Nebraska Legislature, The public would not know which companies are supplying Nebraska with death penalty drugs. And the head... more››
January 19, 2017
Following a failed attempt at privatization five years ago, Nebraska’s child welfare system has since been the subject of controversy and intense... more››
January 18, 2017
President-elect Donald Trump plans to pick former Georgia Gov. Sonny Perdue to lead the Agriculture Department, a transition official and a source... more››
January 18, 2017
The head of the largest state employees’ union says Gov. Ricketts should devote more money to stopping massive turnover instead of pushing for tax... more››
January 17, 2017
Nebraska Supreme Court Chief Justice Mike Heavican said Tuesday Gov. Pete Ricketts’ proposed budget reductions would halt the progress that’s been... more››
January 17, 2017
Wind power is picking up in Nebraska. The state now has more than one gigawatt of wind power capacity. While it still lags behind other states, those... more››
January 16, 2017
School lunch has long been a target of jokes. Those jokes turned to complaints from students and parents alike in 2012 when new nutrition standards... more››

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