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Taking the guesswork out of cow breeding
For cattle ranchers and breeders, buying a new bull or cow is a huge risk: Will the offspring bring home the profit? Jared Decker, a Ph.D. student in genetics at the University...
Roller derby sees its stock rise in Nebraska
Emily Epperson did some moving around before she got to where she is now. The 25-year-old Lincoln native had a two-semester stint at a small college in California before working...
A tough transition: Former inmates receive aid...
Imagine living on a deserted island for several years. There's little doubt, coming back to civilization, you'd see the world as a changed place. That's what former inmates say...
Nebraska may be shifting on gay rights
Last week, the University of Nebraska Board of Regents approved health benefits for unmarried partners, including same-sex couples. Advocating for the benefits proposal,...
Is the agriculture industry being bullied?
There is a culture war raging in the heartland, but it's not about abortion or religion or gay marriage - it's about how food is produced. As in any war, language is playing a...
TRAIN TUESDAYS: Union Pacific anniversary sparks...
Amtrak struggles to get people to ride the train in Nebraska. Five stations serve the state, but to catch the train either east or westbound, passengers must board sometime...
Railroad builder Grenville Dodge tells story...
A scholar - portraying a notable historical figure. That hybrid of research and theater is what Chautauqua is all about. On a recent evening, one of the central figures in the...
Blair in the mix for ethanol's future
A company with a new facility in Nebraska wants to be part of the next step for biofuels. Novozymes' new plant in Blair, north of Omaha, will produce enzymes, a key ingredient to...
UNL study on Latino youth in Nebraska first of...
Lisa Crockett Nebraska's Hispanic and Latino population has nearly doubled in the last decade, reaching just under ten percent. But despite that rapid growth, we don't...
2012 is Nebraska's hottest year on record so...
On a warm morning recently, Ken Svoboda of Ray's Lawn and Home Care in Lincoln was showing Andrew Baehr where to put a load of landscaping rock. Nearby, Maurice Bozeman was...
TRAIN TUESDAYS: World's largest train yard...
Sitting three stories above Union Pacific's Bailey Yard, Merle Stillwell has a job many boys and girls would love - but his role as yard master is not child's play. "It's my job...
Farmers question genetically engineered corn...
The land is dry and the wind blows hard in Sac County, Iowa. For Darwin Bettin, it's a good day to be inside selling insurance. He also farms 500 acres of corn and soybeans in...
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