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February 6, 2015
Supporters and opponents spoke out Friday on embattled Nebraska State Board of Education Member Pat McPherson, under fire for racist comments... more››
February 6, 2015
A recent deadly outbreak of gang-related violence in north Omaha raises bigger questions about causes and possible solutions. University of Nebraska... more››
February 5, 2015
Senators were considering a series of minor bills Thursday morning, including one by Sen. Jim Scheer of Norfolk granting a sales tax exemption to... more››
February 5, 2015
Following a spike in gang-related violence in North Omaha recently, NET News is examining in-depth some of the cultural and economic issues behind... more››
February 4, 2015
Nebraska school children would have to be immunized against meningitis and people could once again smoke cigars in cigar bars, under proposals... more››
February 4, 2015
An out-of-state oil company faces unexpectedly strong opposition to its plan to use an out-of-service oil well in Sioux County to dispose of the... more››
February 3, 2015
What started out as a bill giving military spouses quicker rights to apply for concealed weapons permits morphed into a possible exception to... more››
February 3, 2015
The pipeline that burst earlier this month and spewed oil into the Yellowstone River in Montana made headlines. But just across the border in North... more››
February 2, 2015
Concealed carry permits for military spouses and higher wages for waitresses and waiters were among topics in the Nebraska Legislature Monday. Monday... more››
February 2, 2015
Much of the fish in the supermarket is farmed. The U.S. Department of Agriculture is considering a rules to allow that fish to be certified organic.... more››

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