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"All Hell Can't Stop Us": Nebraska...
In 1944, young Nebraska Army National Guard soldiers fought in what’s been called one of the bloodiest battles of World War II. The 1991 NET documentary "All Hell Can’t Stop Us"...
White House rejects Keystone XL Pipeline
President Barack Obama rejected TransCanada's request to build the Keystone XL pipeline today (Friday, Nov. 6).The announcement came just a few days after the White House...
New push to deal with alcohol in Whiteclay
Another push is underway to address alcohol issues in Whiteclay, a tiny northwest Nebraska village bordering the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation. Alcohol’s prohibited on the...
Housing hens ruffles some feathers in the egg...
This may be the year of cage-free eggs. Several food companies and restaurants have announced timelines for phasing out eggs laid in cages. That’s pushing some major egg...
Ombudsman's report: Tecumseh prison riot was...
A new report says last May’s riot at the Tecumseh State Correctional Institution stemmed from a planned protest of inmate grievances that got out of control.In the May 10 riot,...
There are jobs in ag, but not enough grads to...
The American agriculture industry has a problem. Each year fast-growing, high-tech food and agribusiness companies are adding more jobs than there are qualified college graduates...
Fighting Sex Trafficking in Nebraska: What’s...
Law enforcement, lawmakers and social service agencies are studying human trafficking in Nebraska, and launching new initiatives to fight the crime and help the victims.“(A) 12-...
Exploring an unknown in concussion research:...
For several years, researchers have been studying concussions in high school, collegiate, and professional contacts sports. But much remains unknown about head impact injuries in...
USDA whistleblower claims censorship of pesticide...
A senior scientist at the U.S. Department of Agriculture filed a whistleblower complaint on Wednesday accusing the federal agency of suppressing research findings that could call...
Domestic violence programs examine advantages...
Nebraska domestic violence programs rethink traditional “safe house” model for emergency shelters, shifting clients in need to temporary hotel space.Last year Andrea knew she had...
Report: Consumers should demand better working...
Americans eat more chicken than any other meat, an average of 89 pounds a year.That enormous demand for a high protein source that’s considered relatively inexpensive is...
Retiring teachers, finances challenge Chadron...
Teachers from the baby boom generation are retiring – and that’s causing problems for schools across Nebraska and beyond. The northwest Nebraska community of Chadron is dealing...
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