Nebraska’s 2014 primary election wrapped up last night (see more coverage from NET News here). To take a look at some of the trends behind the results, NET News spoke with by Dr... more››
NET News Campaign Connection 2014 coverage brings you the latest news, updates and behind-the-scenes stories from the Nebraska primary election.  Check back for more stories... more››
The Missouri River burst out of its banks in epic fashion three years ago. The flood covered thousands of acres of land and dredged up old debates about how the river should be... more››
Nebraskans are cleaning up from a series of powerful thunderstorms and tornadoes that hit the state from Hastings to Omaha Sunday.As a drizzle fell on downtown Sutton Monday... more››
The Supreme Court’s Citizens United ruling in 2010 opened the flood gates for campaign spending, and the money is flowing into Nebraska once again. NET News looks at where... more››
Congressman Lee Terry has represented Nebraska’s 2nd congressional district since 1998. His challenger in the primary election, Dan Frei, said Terry hasn’t focused enough on... more››
Dr. Jeffrey L. Derevensky is a professor of School/Applied Child Psychology and Psychiatry at McGill University in Montreal, Canada, and an expert on youth gambling addiction. He... more››
Adrian Smith has represented Nebraska’s vast 3rd Congressional District since 2007. Next week, he’ll face Tom Brewer in the Republican primary, in what could be one of the... more››
Of the six candidates running for Nebraska’s Republican nomination for governor, two currently hold statewide office: State Auditor Mike Foley, and Attorney General Jon Bruning.... more››
Of the six candidates running for Nebraska’s Republican nomination for governor, two are state senators: Tom Carlson of Holdrege, and Beau McCoy of Omaha. In this second of three... more››
Among the six candidates in Nebraska’s Republican primary for governor are two Omaha businessmen: Pete Ricketts and Bryan Slone. In this first of three NET News Campaign... more››
The number of farms in the U.S. is shrinking, according to the latest Census of Agriculture, released Friday. The census is taken every five years and shows the changing... more››

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