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NEBRASKA June 18, 13 - The company Natura Pet Products has voluntarily recalled specific lots of dry pet food due to it potentially being contaminated with Salmonella.
Federal regulators say the utility that runs the Cooper nuclear power plant in southeast Nebraska needs to improve how workers respond to problems.
Nebraska officials are canceling their contract with a Lincoln-based paper recycling firm after auditors found that the state failed to collect more than $60,000 from the company.
A Nebraska woman who made a video in which she gleefully described robbing a bank has been given 10 to 20 years in prison.
Lesley, of Washington, D.C., is president of First Focus, a bipartisan organization that advocates for children and families in policy and budget decisions.
Secretary of State John Gale says his office has received calls about the mailer, which purports to be from a business that calls itself Corporate Records Service.
It speaks well of both the Nebraska National Guard and its commanding officer that the state's adjutant general has been promoted.
Members of the new Nebraska Tax Modernization Committee are preparing for a busy summer, with hearings throughout the state and a push to make additional reforms when lawmakers reconvene next year.
The Nebraska Department of Agriculture says the annual program has begun for the year.
With an afternoon tea party, an English hat contest, and a British car show, "The Queen's Birthday: A Charity Garden Party" is a lighthearted event benefiting a serious cause.
Every June, the City of Omaha rolls out the red carpet for more than 300,000 friends from near and far, from Corvallis, Ore., to Baton Rouge, La., to Chapel Hill, N.C. The Big Red Today Facebook page is your home on the social web to get the latest Husker news, photos, updates and more.
The Nebraska staff have now picked up three commitment in the past day or two. The latest is local product D.J. Foster from Lincoln Southeast.
The roads narrow on the 250-mile trip from Lincoln to Curtis from four lanes to a narrow strip of asphalt without shoulders at the southwest Nebraska end of the trip.
The Nebraska Supreme Court has ordered an Omaha landlord known for his refusal to pay taxes and rants against federal and state laws to stop practicing law without a license.
Danielle Powell was going through a hard time in the spring of 2011, just months away from graduating from a conservative Christian college in Nebraska.