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There is still time to get your alpaca registrations and transfers in before the new year!

In pondering USA TODAY writer Paul Myerberg's list of the top 10 contenders for the 2019 Heisman Trophy, it occurs to me that Nebraska quarterback Adrian Martinez fits well at

We all want and need to feel safe, especially in our own home. We want to protect our family as well as our processions from unwelcome intruders. There are a

A glimpse into Lincoln Public Schools' future — the most pressing needs for new schools, additions and upgrades to existing buildings in the next decade — carries the hefty price

The Nebraska Court of Appeals on Tuesday upheld a Lincoln man's child abuse conviction for spanking his stepson with a belt around 30 times as punishment for misbehaving at church.

WASHINGTON — Lawmakers have reached an agreement on the farm bill, a mammoth package that will fund key farm safety net programs for the next five years without making significant

Finding and keeping good people is a major challenge when it comes to law firm management; these tips will help.

The Environmental Protection Agency is looking to remove thousands of acres of wetlands and miles of waterways from Clean Water Act protections. The EPA

Alpaca Fiber exhibits antibacterial properties more durable than chemical treatments.

I have already suggested some things to do during this “‘tweener time” while we wait for safe ice. Naturally, one thing we like to do as anglers is reminisce about past trips, past successes, big ones caught. That reminiscing could include years past or just the current year, but for me, this time of year, …

by Mike Tobias, Senior Producer/Reporter, NET News
"Laura," during her interview for the NET News "Sold for Sex" project. (Image by David Koehn, NET)
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Mike Tobias, Senior Producer/Reporter, NET News
December 10, 2018 - 8:45pm
How does sex trafficking happen? There’s a lot we can learn from the stories of victims. These are featured in the NET News documentary “Sold for Sex: Survivor Stories,” which airs tonight (Tuesday, Dec. 11) at 10:30 p.m. CT on NET-HD. For this NET…

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LINCOLN, Neb. (Dec. 6, 2018) – When the legislature convenes in January, voter-approved funding for Medicaid expansion will be top-of-mind for state senators and the governor
NET, Nebraska’s PBS & NPR Stations, will offer perspective about the situation on “Speaking of Nebraska: Medicaid Expansion.” The NET News special airs on radio at 6:30 p.m. CT and on television at 7:30 p.m. CT, Friday,…

Jackson Adams is a publicist at UNP who wants you to subscribe to your local newspaper. I spent a significant percentage of the first six years of my professional life in courtrooms. I worked as a…

A slew of studies are confirming that America can afford real universal healthcare, but some call it economically infeasible

“There are Mexicans in Alaska?” This was the response Sara Komarnisky heard repeatedly when describing her research on three generations of transnational migrants who divide their time between Anchorage, Alaska and Acuitzio del Canje, Michoacán, Mexico. In her multi-sited ethnography, Mexicans in Alaska: An Ethnography of Mobility, Place, and Transnational...

A federal judge said the developer behind the proposed Keystone XL oil pipeline can’t even haul pipe in preparation for the project.

Ellen Brokofsky was 25-years-old, divorced and raising two kids on her own when she took a probation job working with teenagers who got in trouble in Sarpy County.

Tiffany Heng-Moss, who has served as interim dean of the College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources since July 2017, has been named permanent dean of the college.

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NET Commission’s December Meeting Scheduled
LINCOLN, Neb. (December 4, 2018) -- The Nebraska Educational Telecommunications Commission (NETC) will conduct its meeting on Thursday, December 13, 2018, beginning at 10:30 a.m. CT, at the Terry M. Carpenter and Jack G. McBride Nebraska Educational Telecommunications Center, 1800 North 33rd St., Lincoln
The Commissioners are scheduled to vote on approval of the minutes of the previous…