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August 23, 2017
A decade-old idea to have three very different religions share one piece of land in Omaha is now a lot closer to reality. The parts of a rare... more››
August 22, 2017
There are more than a thousand inmates at the Nebraska State Penitentiary in Lincoln and about 20 of them are learning how to use their spoken words... more››
August 21, 2017
Nebraskans and thousands of visitors from across the nation and the world joined together Monday to take in the total solar eclipse. Some got a... more››
August 21, 2017
As President Donald Trump continues to fill political appointments, his nomination for the top science job at the U.S. Department of Agriculture is... more››
August 18, 2017
Throughout rural America, it’s common to see old, weathered houses abandoned and sinking back into the earth. But people in Kansas have made a... more››
August 17, 2017
Following a suspected terrorist attack in Barcelona, President Donald Trump tweeted about how former Nebraskan Gen. John Pershing handled terrorists... more››
August 17, 2017
On Monday, much of the continental U.S. will experience the first total solar eclipse in almost 100 years. Nebraska is one of the best places to see... more››
August 16, 2017
State officials’ reactions ranged from hopeful to defiant, after the ACLU filed a lawsuit Wednesday in federal court over conditions and overcrowding... more››
August 16, 2017
The Nebraska prison system, plagued by years of overcrowding, staff turnover, unrest and violence, has been hit by a lawsuit filed by representatives... more››
August 15, 2017
During the Aug. 21 solar eclipse, spectators will turn their eyes upward to see the moon pass in front of the sun. But many Midwest scientists will... more››

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