Nebraska’s second mountain lion hunting season in the Pine Ridge is three weeks away. In early January, two hunters killed two of the big cats in the state’s first season there.... more››
Fracking for natural gas has been vilified for the millions of gallons of wastewater the process generates. But drilling gas wells thousands of feet into the ground also produces... more››
A growing number of Nebraska high schools have implemented random drug screening procedures for their students. But do those drug tests infringe on student rights? It depends on... more››
Two workers are dead after a facility in Omaha that makes ingredients for livestock feed collapsed yesterday. As search and rescue crews complete a mission to recover the victims... more››
A 2007 law requires fuel companies to add an increasing amount of ethanol to the fuel supply each year. But the EPA is breaking with that policy and suggesting a cut in the... more››
Pork producers across the country are continuing to grapple with a virus that’s killing their piglets. Experts estimate Porcine Epidemic Diarrhea, or PED, has already killed... more››
Nebraska’s prisons are in the spotlight. They are overcrowded, and some say they’re not working to keep the public safe or help the people inside. Efforts are now underway in the... more››
Retailers and restaurants like Whole Foods, Chipotle, and Wal-Mart are telling consumers how sustainably some of their products were produced. But it’s hard to know what “... more››
By many measures, 2013 was a pretty good year for Nebraska’s economy. Mike Tobias reports on indications that change is coming in 2014, from the perspective of two economists who... more››
Blood discovered in the trunk of a car, a pair of hedge clippers and a shovel helped put Christopher Edwards in prison for a gruesome murder.  Seven years later that same... more››
Food companies have long tried to make white bread that had the nutritional benefits of whole grain products. Now, a new wheat variety may have cracked the code to marry the... more››
Blue light poles have long been beacons of safety on the nation’s college campuses. But as their use decreases, some universities are looking to new technology to serve the same... more››

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