Speaking of Nebraska On Demand

January 23, 2021
More than 200,000 Nebraskans struggle with food insecurity, a problem exacerbated by the pandemic. Researchers and community leaders discuss efforts... more››
January 16, 2021
An update on the COVID-19 pandemic in Nebraska, including the latest on vaccine distribution, from local and regional experts. Infectious disease... more››
January 7, 2021
Voters recently approved a series of initiatives to legalize casino gambling and use the majority of the tax revenue for property tax relief. Plans... more››
January 7, 2021
The COVID-19 pandemic will have a lasting impact on the Nebraska economy. The state’s economic development director and the president of the Grand... more››
January 7, 2021
This year’s high school seniors are finishing a second year of education during a global pandemic. We talk to young Nebraskans graduating this spring... more››
January 7, 2021
The Hispanic population in the state has grown more than 30% since 2010, and is the largest minority community in Nebraska. In addition to long-... more››
December 23, 2020
Many in the state’s Black communities have joined renewed calls to address racial injustice in America. We’ll go beyond the headlines and protests in... more››
December 22, 2020
Between remote learning and extensive in-person safety precautions, teaching has never been more challenging. We’ll hear from teachers on how they’re... more››
December 17, 2020
Following this year’s protests over racial justice and police conduct, questions about how to address those issues are expected to be front and... more››
November 6, 2020
Local experts review the results of key races in the 2020 election and how Nebraskans can expect to be impacted.

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