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January 12, 2015
  Proposals to end mandatory minimum prison sentences and tighten campaign finance reporting requirements were among bills introduced in the... more››
January 12, 2015
Farmers engaged in an epic struggle with “superweeds” that don’t die even when sprayed with herbicide are looking for help from a new super chemical... more››
January 10, 2015
There are over 250 museums in Nebraska, and they all tell a slightly different story about our history. In Lincoln, 12 museums collaborated to tell... more››
January 9, 2015
A deeply-divided Nebraska Supreme Court on Friday upheld the law under which former Gov. Dave Heineman approved the proposed route of the Keystone XL... more››
January 9, 2015
Nebraska's highest court has tossed a lawsuit challenging a proposed route for the Keystone XL oil pipeline.The decision released Friday by the state... more››
January 8, 2015
Pete Ricketts was sworn in Thursday as Nebraska’s 40th governor. In his inaugural speech, Ricketts looked back on the state’s history, and ahead... more››
January 7, 2015
The Nebraska Legislature began its 2015 session Wednesday with smiles, swearings-in, and the slightest suggestion of controversies to come. Babies... more››
January 7, 2015
Two dozen Nebraska inmates, sent to prison for life without parole when they were teenagers, may eventually get a chance to leave prison.  First... more››
January 6, 2015
Property taxes, prisons, and health care are among important issues that will be discussed in this year’s session of the Nebraska Legislature, which... more››
January 5, 2015
Demand for products that don’t contain genetically modified organisms, or GMOs, is exploding. Many food companies are seeking certification that... more››