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The Great Plains region is known for being open and largely empty. Yet throughout the last century many have considered it overpopulated. Derek Hoff, an economic historian from Kansas State University, recently spoke on the topic of population... more››
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Sen. Tanya Cook of Omaha discusses her proposal for improving how schools deal with students from poor families, and poverty in... more››
The March Nebraska Concerts features a variety of concerts from Lincoln and Omaha.March 2 – The Omaha Symphony, under the... more››
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On this week's All About Books~ 500 years of poetry on the topic of protest entitled, “The Poetry of Witness” and then a light... more››
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Bill Kelly of NET News writes about Nebraska's judicial system and law enforcement in the state. He includes interesting news... more››
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On the March 7th program, host Genevieve Randall talks to a poet, an author, and an organist. Also, Randall previews three... more››
The multi-million dollar legal marijuana trade in Colorado and its impact in Nebraska.
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Are you considering a career in broadcasting? With the help of NET and the Nebraska Broadcaster's Association, you can be a part... more››