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John Gale officially filed for re-election today at the Secretary of State's office.
The Nebraska Chamber of Commerce and Industry has named tax reform as its major goal and focus for next year's legislative session.
Starting next year, Nebraska lawyers will not be forced to pay for lobbying and other programs run by the state bar association.
Backers of the proposal hope its adoption would raise visual and performing arts to the status of core subjects such as math, science and social studies, the Lincoln Journal Star said .
Nebraska State Sen. Beau McCoy is running to be the next governor of The Cornhusker State, and he wants voters to know he will do everything he can to prevent same-sex couples from receiving any legal recognition.
A man has been given 15 to 20 years in prison for sexually assaulting a 12-year-old girl at his home in southeast Nebraska.
Nebraska Gov. Dave Heineman and first lady Sally Ganem are inviting the public to their annual holiday open house this weekend.
A legislative committee assigned with looking at Nebraska taxes and how to possibly reform them has determined it won't recommend a major overhaul when the Legislature meets next month.
The 2013 season was one filled with ups and downs for the Nebraska defense. By the end of it, the highs began to far outweigh the lows.
Gubernatorial candidate Pete Ricketts was in Kearney Thursday where former U.S. Rep. Bill Barrett announced his endorsement of Ricketts as Nebraska's next governor.
A state lawmaker who quit the American Legislative Exchange Council says the conservative group is pushing cookie-cutter bills in Nebraska.
I had the chance to talk to 2015 Maryland target Kareem McDonald, a 6'2" junior from Woodrow Wilson High School.
A group advocating for disabled Nebraskans plans to look into other "guardianship mills" following last week's arrest of a Gering woman who had been named guardian for hundreds of people.
Gov. Dave Heineman has canceled a Legislature-approved study on climate change, saying it would duplicate research work by the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.
A Nebraska man will lose his right to drive Wednesday because someone called the Department of Motor Vehicles asking the state to recall his license.