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A proposed road project for one northeast Nebraska town is being put on hold. A mile-long portion of Nebraska Highway 32 running through the city of Madison has been on the Department of Roads to do list for several years.
DREAM BIG.. AND SET BIG GOALS. YOU'LL GET THERE. THAT'S THE MESSAGE TODAY FROM RETIRED NASA ASTRONAUT AND NEBRASKA NATIVE CLAYTON ANDERSON.
Earlier this year, a judge in Nebraska basically called a technical foul on the law laying out the administrative process through which the state approved TransCanada's revised Keystone XL pipeline route proposal, claiming that the law actually violated the state constitution - and unfortunately, the Obama administration's delayed but all too ... (more)
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Michael W. Smith will headline the Nebraska State Fair's Christian concert on Thursday, Aug. 28. Smith will perform at 7:30 p.m. at the Heartland Events Center.
U OF NEBRASKA BEGINS CONSTRUCTION ON INT'L WHEAT CENTER Apr. 22, 2014 Omaha.com reports: A new research center in Perkins County will have global implications.
Whenever businesses and bureaucrats don't have the guts to stand behind a decision they've made, they release the news late on a Friday.
A Nebraska inmate has pleaded no contest to manslaughter in the death of a Lincoln woman who was struck and killed by a state prison van he was driving.
The Ashland Center for Nonviolence is celebrating its first transition in leadership with an April 30 reception and book sale.
For example, the new technology will let a dispatcher in Omaha send a trooper in Scottsbluff to a call in Alliance.
Attorney General Jon Bruning has won the endorsement of the Nebraska Fraternal Order of Police in his primary campaign for governor.
Tuesday night, voters have the chance to meet the Democrat and Republican candidates who want to be Nebraska's next senator.
A popular Millard park gets spruced up for spring, homes see restored plumbing, and a thrift shop gets the help of dozens of extra hands.
Nebraska lawmakers will face many of the same issues in 2015 that they failed to pass this year, but more than one-third of the senators will be new.
On Thursday, in the final hour of its 2014 legislative session, the Nebraska Legislature unanimously passed critical emergency powers legislation in its Final Reading.
Lincoln's city council will soon decide whether to lease land for a new police shooting range, but the city's police chief has a bigger project in mind.