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Citizens patrolling Omaha neighborhoods
They’re not armed, and they’re not supposed to confront anyone. But in Omaha, several hundred citizens take turns patrolling their neighborhoods, in an effort to deter crime. It'...
Thirsty cities drain Colorado farmland
Farmers throughout Nebraska and the Great Plains are preparing for what could be a tough, dry growing season. Limited irrigation resources pose a particular problem in Colorado...
Nebraska Skateboarding Outreach to Homeless...
You may think the only thing the homeless have in common with young skateboarders is the streets they share. In Nebraska, though, one group is now reaching out to the other --...
Will Rain and Snow Bust Nebraska’s Drought?
It may seem odd to talk about drought during a week that has included rain and snow across Nebraska. But the state has been dealing with severe drought conditions since last...
What does Walmart have to do with ConAgra's...
ConAgra is the largest store brand, or private label, food company in the U.S. It’s one of the few areas in the food industry that has shown solid growth. It also points out a...
An Epidemic of Violence: Nebraska's Tribes...
The recent expansion of the federal Violence Against Women Act has been hailed as a milestone for Native women in the fight against domestic abuse and sexual assault. But it’s...
When it comes to taxes, farmers follow a...
Most years farmers must file and pay their taxes by March 1, but this year the deadline was delayed to April 15 like everyone else. But it turns out that's one of the few...
Preventing Concussions in High School Athletes
5-10 percent of athletes will experience a concussion in any given sports season. A new law passed last year in Nebraska aims to increase concussion awareness not just for high...
Threat of Youth Center closings provides material...
A Loup City High School student used his passion and personal experience with the state's juvenile justice system to prepare an award-winning speech in his first year of...
Single and Living Alone: Redefining the Black...
Half of black Nebraskans have never been married, compared with 29 percent among the state’s total population. This reflects a larger national trend: a growing segment of the...
An epidemic of violence: Nebraska Native women...
One in three Native American women will face domestic or sexual violence in their lifetimes; many will suffer both. The recent expansion of the federal Violence Against Women Act...
Genetically engineered meat on the table
Over the last year or so, at least 20 states have introduced bills that would require labeling of genetically modified food. Several of the proposals take specific aim at...
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