Each year thousands of migrant farmworkers pass through the Midwest to plant and harvest many of the crops we buy in the grocery store. Most fruits, nuts and vegetables that must... more››
The University of Nebraska-Lincoln is looking for a new head football coach. Coach Bo Pelini has been fired after 7 tumultuous years leading the program.Pelini leaves Nebraska... more››
University of Nebraska Director of Athletics Shawn Eichorst has dismissed Head Football Coach Bo Pelini effective immediately saying the program is going in a different direction... more››
There’s an ongoing fight in Nebraska between insurance company Blue Cross and Blue Shield, and Catholic Health Initiatives, a network of hospitals, doctors and other medical... more››
The average American farmer is a white man in his late 50s. At least that’s who’s in charge of the farm, according to the ag census. But if you dig a little deeper, you’ll find... more››
It’s been five months since two tornadoes destroyed most of the village of Pilger in northeastern Nebraska. About half of the people who lived there lost their homes, but the... more››
After a decade of Nebraska Army National Guard soldiers constantly at war in places like Iraq and Afghanistan, the flow of deployments has slowed to a trickle. This time of... more››
After a decade of nearly non-stop overseas deployment, things have changed for Nebraska’s National Guard soldiers, especially those serving with the Army.Dignitaries and a crowd... more››
On Thursday, President Barack Obama unveiled expansive executive actions on immigration. They include allowing immigrants who've lived illegally in the U.S. for more than five... more››
The Environmental Protection Agency said Friday that it won’t release rules for how much ethanol oil refiners have to mix in to our gasoline supply this year.The ethanol rules,... more››
Remember playing Monopoly and Scrabble around the dinner table? Arguing with your siblings about who gets to be the Car or the Scottish Terrier? Or whether Z-A-Q could ever be a... more››
Cattle numbers have been dwindling, thanks to drought and low cattle prices. But things are beginning to turn around. Ranchers in Nebraska and across the Midwest are eager to... more››

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