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Preview: Winless Nebraska wants revenge over 2017 loss to Gophers
LINCOLN, Neb. —If Nebraska needs any extra incentive to pick up its elusive first win Saturday, players who were on the field against Minnesota last year need only remember what happened in that game.
Nebraska drug bust tied to Visalia
During the stop they seized marijuana, psilocybin mushrooms, unknown white powder, and a concealed handgun during two traffic stops Thursday.
Loberg Sparks #7 Wisconsin to Five-Set Upset of #5 Nebraska
Wisconsin moves to 12-4, 6-3 Big Ten; Nebraska falls to 15-4, 6-3 Big TenMadison, WisconsinBox ScoreNebraska Recap/ Wisconsin Recap
What's your best Nebraska tourism slogan?
As you've likely heard by now, Nebraska tourism has a new slogan — "Nebraska: Honestly, it's not for everyone."
Mystery illness confirmed in Iowa, suspected in Nebraska
Dr. Mark Rupp is an infectious disease specialist for Nebraska Medicine in Omaha, and he says it's "a mysterious disease, very rare and there's a lot that we don't understand about this."
Nebraska vs Minnesota: Game Time, TV, Streaming, Odds, and More
Find out more about events around the broken chair trophy (including tonight’s rally at Blue Blood Brewery) and how to donate to the charitable causes, including the Team Jack Foundation, at thebroken chair website.
Humanities Nebraska speaker at Neligh Public Library
Speaker Jim McKee will present “The History of Nebraska’s State Capitol” Thursday, Oct. 25 at 7 p.m. at the Neligh Public Library.This presentation is made possible by Humanities Nebraska, the Nebraska Cultural Endowment and the Neligh Library Foundation as part of the HN Speakers Bureau.
The top arguments for and against Medicaid expansion in Nebraska
Health care.Initiative 427 would provide health coverage to an estimated 90,000 low-income Nebraskans. These are people who can’t qualify for Medicaid now but make too little to afford private health insurance. More than two-thirds of them work. Most hold jobs that don’t offer health insurance, such
Nebraska unemployment rate remains at 2.8% - Nebraska Radio Network
Total nonfarm employment in Nebraska grew last month, rising from 1,033,297 in August to 1,037,445 in September. Omaha, Lincoln, and Grand Island all saw slight increases in total employment.
Video: No. 9 Badgers volleyball edges No. 5 Nebraska
The Badgers won the first set, dropped the next two, then rallied to pull out a 3-2 victory over No. 5 Nebraska in a Big Ten Conference match at the UW Field House.
Miss Rodeo Nebraska to send off Kohmetscher
“I knew I wouldn’t be able to run for Miss Rodeo America before I ran for Miss Rodeo Nebraska,” Kohmetscher said. “That part was hard to take, but I still wanted to be Miss Rodeo Nebraska.”
Top offensive line recruit Bryce Benhart set to visit Nebraska for second time this season
A four-star recruit, according to the 247Sports composite, Benhart has also taken official visits to Tennessee and Wisconsin and holds other offers from the Minnesota, Oklahoma, Notre Dame and others. Nebraska offered him a scholarship on Jan. 31. He's a top-250 overall national player, according to
Editorial: The story of DeWitty, Nebraska, helps expand knowledge of Great Plains history
Buy NowDescendants, including (from left) Maurice Johnson, Descendants of DeWitty chairman Artes Johnson, co-founder Denise Scales and Avis Roper, are on hand to organize the “Audacious Nebraska: Descendants of DeWitty” exhibit at the Stuhr Museum in Grand Island. The exhibit is on display in the S
Nebraska Highway Commission will meet Friday at UNK
GRAND ISLAND — The Nebraska State Highway Commission will meet 10 a.m. Friday at the University of Nebraska at Kearney, Nebraskan Student Union, 1013 W. 27th St.
Easy to dwell on negatives of Nebraska's winless start, but Huskers instead focus on positives
“When I was part of a 0-12 football team, it was a lot of ‘You’re a bad football player,’ ” Fisher said this week as NU prepared for Saturday’s home game against Minnesota. “It was a lot of that. And those kids shut it down because of that.”
Kangaroo meat served to Nebraska school students, superintendent says
The chef, Kevin Frei, used the meat because of its "nutritional value," Williams said. He noted that while the meat was legal to sell and eat, and not "unhealthy or dangerous" — it "has to meet USDA standards in order for companies to sell it" — students should know what's in the food they're eating
Ethanol industry hits back an oil industry criticism of E-15 (AUDIO) - Nebraska Radio Network
“Certainly, the American Petroleum Institute can put whatever spin they want on it, but at the end of the day it’s just good public policy,” Bredenkamp tells Nebraska Radio Network.
Wet October impacted Nebraska's pumpkin patch business - Nebraska Radio Network
Vala says, “We were concerned with fruit rot and I think we are seeing a little bit more of that than normal. We still seem to have quite a few pumpkins left. The apple crop, some of the earlier varieties are getting a little soft but that is to be expected. We have some of the later varieties tha
Nebraska freshman Spencer Schwellenbach quickly settles in during his debut with Huskers
Schwellenbach, who turned down professional baseball in the summer to join the Huskers, blasted a 400-foot home run to straightaway center field and ended the game with a dazzling double play at third base as the Red team bested the White team 3-0 in Game 1 of the program’s annual intrasquad series
Kangaroo meat was in chili in western Nebraska school
(WKRN) (AP) - The mystery meat in chili served last week in a western Nebraska school was kangaroo, and the superintendent is none too pleased. "We will no way be serving food of this nature again. Period," Mike Williams, superintendent of the Potter-Dix Public Schools, wrote parents in a letter Wed