In the dark projection booth at Film Streams, a two-screen theater in Omaha that shows independent and classic films, Jim Foyt works by the light of a small desk lamp. He's been... more››
There were more questions than answers at a pipeline meeting in Neligh, Nebraska. Landowners gathered at the Neligh-Oakdale High School gym to see where they stood along the... more››
Nebraska's ethnic minority population increased by 17 percent between 2000 and 2010, according to the 2012 Women's Health Equity Report. But while that population has continued... more››
Only one state in the country has only public power within its borders. That state is Nebraska. Usually that refers to non-profit utilities and citizens playing a stakeholder's'... more››
Editor's note: For a map of legislative districts and who's running for which, check out this interactive map at the bottom of this article. Elections are being held for 26 of... more››
Only 17 percent of Americans approve of the overall performance of Congress, according to one recent Gallup survey. In another Gallup poll, other than the economy and jobs,... more››
After eight hours at his day job, civil engineer Korey Donahoo goes home and starts his other gig: running a national soccer fan club with 72 chapters across the United States.... more››
When futures trading firm MF Global went bankrupt at the end of October, regulators discovered $1.6 billion in customer funds missing, much of it belonging to Midwest farmers and... more››
Thurman, Iowa resident Brandy Blake looked on woefully at what was left of her mother's home. One side of the doublewide trailer had been ripped off, lying in fragments across... more››
Editor's note: This report is part of NET's science and environmental reporting project, QUEST Nebraska. For many in Nebraska, wind is merely an occasional nuisance. But for... more››
The Nebraska Legislature finished its session last week, and the effects of their actions on everything from child welfare to taxes will be felt in the coming months and years.... more››
Rural America is fighting for its survival. The 2010 Census found that the share of people in rural areas over the past decade fell to 16 percent, passing the previous low of 20... more››