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Bill allowing cities to increase sales taxes...
A proposal to let cities in Nebraska raise their sales tax by half a cent moved to one vote away from final approval in the Legislature, while Gov. Dave Heineman accepted budget...
Nebraska burn training underway as Colorado...
Editor's note: This report is part of NET's science and environmental reporting project, QUEST Nebraska. An out-of-control wildfire in Colorado that's already killed two people...
People applying for benefits could have better...
People who need to sign up for social services would have a better chance of dealing with a human being, under a bill advancing in the Legislature. In 2008, the Nebraska...
Former high school dropouts find new paths in and...
Editor's note: Today's story is the third in a three-part radio series on the state of education in Nebraska, culminating in a televised discussion program airing Thursday, March...
Voter ID bill falls short; Legislature moves...
A controversial proposal to require voters to show an ID has failed, and the state is moving to make it tougher to drop out of school. The voter ID proposal was sponsored by...
Nebraska lawmakers combat truancy rates
Editor's note: Today's story is the second in a three-part radio series on the state of education in Nebraska, culminating in a televised discussion program airing Thursday,...
Graduation rates show signs of ethnic disparities
Editor's note: Today's story is the first in a three-part radio series on the state of education in Nebraska, culminating in a televised discussion program airing Thursday, March...
Budget approved, hunting and fishing to ballot
The Legislature gave final approval Tuesday to budget bills and a proposed constitutional amendment to protect hunting rights. The budget bills deal with adjustments to the two-...
Voter ID bill draws sharp debate
In a long and sometimes emotional debate Tuesday night, the Nebraska Legislature wrestled with whether or not to require people to show ID when they vote. Sen. Charlie Janssen...
Grain train ready to roll again
It's been seven years since folks around Forest City, Iowa, have heard a train whistle on the nearby tracks. But Iowa Northern locomotives will soon be switching railcars...
Laws passed during civil war shape Nebraska
Even if American History wasn't your long suit in school, there are some years that stuck 1492 .1776. Now it's time to add a year to that list - 1862 - a year after the start of...
Lawmakers and small businesses waiting for...
While Nebraska leads a 26-state challenge of the Affordable Care Act in the U.S. Supreme Court, the state also continues to explore how to carry out one of the law's main...
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