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September 25, 2019
Saturday marks 100 years since the lynching of Will Brown in Omaha. It was the last lynching in Nebraska. We report on the history behind the... more››
September 25, 2019
Six months out from historic flooding across eastern Nebraska, state agencies are working with the federal government on long-term recovery... more››
September 24, 2019
It’s property tax season in Nebraska, when local governments are setting their rates for the year. A new law is supposed to help Nebraskans keep a... more››
September 23, 2019
On a hot September day, five Japanese men arrived at Rod Pierce’s central Iowa farm. They represented feed mills and livestock cooperatives, and were... more››
September 19, 2019
On a recent bright, clear day in eastern Nebraska, a small red machine crept through a lush field of soybeans. From the highway, it looked like a... more››
September 18, 2019
The chair of the Federal Communications Commission defended the decision to overturn net neutrality rules and promoted competition as the way to... more››
September 18, 2019
Representatives from Nebraska and the Ponca tribe helped to unveil a statue of Chief Standing Bear at the United States Capitol today. Nebraskans... more››
September 18, 2019
Newsrooms around the country are shrinking, including in Nebraska. A look at the impact on consumers of news, how it affects rural news outlets and... more››
September 17, 2019
Six months after the March floods in Nebraska, an Omaha-area artist is hoping her paintings of the devastation will help with recovery. “Impressions... more››
September 16, 2019
The University of Nebraska-Lincoln is making large investments into its College of Engineering. UNL officials announced Monday they’ll be starting... more››

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