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January 8, 2018
Growing numbers of grass-fed beef fans insist that their steaks and burgers are a step up from the grain-fed feedlot beef that’s become standard in... more››
January 5, 2018
A group of state senators is proposing ways for Nebraska to deal with its overcrowded and understaffed prisons. But the proposals face an uncertain... more››
January 5, 2018
Writer Britny Cordera is a living anachronism. Dressed in retro clothing from secondhand stores, she is a frequent sight on the sidewalks of Omaha’s... more››
January 4, 2018
Nebraska’s Secretary of State said he’s not surprised a commission set up by President Donald Trump to look into voter fraud has been disbanded. And... more››
January 3, 2018
The Nebraska Legislature began its 2018 session Wednesday, with senators introducing proposals affecting everything from where drones can fly, to... more››
January 3, 2018
Nebraska is known for its wild weather. After a warm fall and a frigid holiday season, we take a look back at weather trends in 2017 in today’s NET... more››
January 2, 2018
The Nebraska Legislature begins its 2018 session Wednesday facing a familiar list of issues, along with a familiar reason why they will be difficult... more››
January 1, 2018
Advanced biofuels have been touted as the next step beyond the corn-based ethanol that’s the bulk of the country’s renewable fuel for cars and trucks... more››
December 30, 2017
An apartment complex and house in Omaha, and historic districts in Neligh. Grand Island and Kearney have all been added to the National Register of... more››
December 29, 2017
Eight months ago, Judge Mark Ashford began presiding over Nebraska’s first court program assisting military veterans charged with felonies. It is... more››