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Nebraska-Omaha men's basketball coach Derrin Hansen has signed a new contract that will keep him at the school through the 2017-18 season.
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Nebraska vs. Penn State Friday, April 18 at 3 p.m. - Lincoln, Neb. The Huskers host two conference matches this weekend to close the regular season as they face Big Ten opponents Penn State on Friday, April 18 at 3 p.m. before welcoming No.
Heineman praised lawmakers for their work in lowering taxes in this year's session, which ends on Thursday.
One way for Nebraskans to put an income tax refund to good use is to invest it in a college savings account for a child or grandchild through the Nebraska Educational Savings Trust , Nebraska's state-sponsored 529 college savings program, State Treasurer Don Stenberg said today.
A 3-year-old Nebraska boy is safe after crawling his way into a stuffed-animal claw machine at a bowling alley across the street from his family's apartment Monday night.
Steve Nelson, President, Nebraska Farm Bureau Federation, said, "Monday the Nebraska Department of Revenue's Property Assessment Division released the real property value percentage change by property type from 2013 to 2014.
The Saugatuck City Council last night filled a vacancy in its ranks by appointing Chris Peterson to complete the two-year term of Wendy Wise Fisher, who resigned in March four months after she was elected.
Quite a few Nebraska movies were not filmed in or even near Nebraska. Apparently, when filming the state, any old farm-y location will do.
Authorities in eastern Nebraska say two men tried to steal more than a dozen televisions from a hotel under construction.
Heineman, first lady Sally Ganem and Jamesena Moore, chairwoman of ServeNebraska, joined for a news conference Monday to publicize the effort.
Governor Dave Heineman and the First Lady talked about Serve Nebraska Week which begins next Monday.
With the May 13 primary election fast approaching, voters face a daunting challenge to select from a confounding number of candidates in state and local races, including a broad field of seven candidates for the U.S. Senate and eight for governor.
Elections are like any other job hunt: the key to getting selected is often to have the right people vouch for you.
Final approval was given this week to LB 907, introduced by Sen. Brad Ashford of Omaha.