Civic leaders from across Nebraska are coming to grips with a growing problem. They say a lack of affordable housing for low and moderate-income workers is holding back economic... more››
Full and part-time farmers across Nebraska are beginning to turn to alternative forms of funding for land and equipment purchases. One Nebraska farm couple are turning to a new,... more››
More cities want to take eating local food from hip trend to economic generator, but as in many grassroots movements, there can be some growing pains along the way. Advocates are... more››
This weekend in Stockholm, Sweden, the Nobel Prize in Literature is being awarded to French Author Patrick Modiano.  A professor at the University of Nebraska Lincoln translated... more››
Mike Riley was introduced as Nebraska's new head football coach Friday morning. Riley, 61, comes to Lincoln after 14 years at Oregon State in the Pac-12 conference. He has a... more››
The Platte River may not be able to sustain all the demands it faces in the future. Some of Nebraska’s cities and towns that depend upon the Platte River are looking for... more››
Mike Riley will be Nebraska’s next head football coach. The 61-year-old takes over for Bo Pelini, who was fired last weekend. Riley compiled a 93-80 record in 14 seasons at... more››
The new head football coach at the University of Nebraska is Mike Riley, who has coached 14 seasons at Oregon State University.  Nebraska Director of Athletics Shawn Eichorst... more››
Crop dusting pilots are the adrenaline junkies of the farm world. They whizz through the air and fly under power lines to apply seeds and pesticides to farmers’ fields. It’s a... more››
Five years after passing a law replacing the state’s electric chair Nebraska has been unable to proceed with an execution by lethal injection.The decision by the Nebraska... more››
The search is on to find Bo Pelini’s replacement. This is the fourth time since Tom Osborne retired in 1997 that the Husker football team has been in search of a coach. Ryan... more››
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››

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