City considers Goodlife Ag's aquaculture expansion
City considers Goodlife Ag's aquaculture expansion

Salmon producer expects to employ 58 people

 
        
 
'Gosh, why can't we keep somebody?': Presidential turnover at NU reflects Big Ten trends

'Gosh, why can't we keep somebody?': Presidential turnover at NU reflects Big Ten trends

When Jeffrey Gold begins his presidential tenure on July 1, he hopes to distinguish himself in one key area: the duration of his term. 

Higher electric rates possible at Syracuse

Higher electric rates possible at Syracuse

City's water supply project swells to $11.2 million

The Quilted Truck highlights 'a special place'

The Quilted Truck highlights 'a special place'

Mural artists offer metaphor for endurance, community

Health alert for two lakes due to toxic algae

Health alert for two lakes due to toxic algae

A health alert has been issued for lakes in northeast and southeast Nebraska due to toxic blue-green algae.

Heat advisory for Thursday

Heat advisory for Thursday

NWS: be wary of first very hot day of the season

Sihakom to stand trial for armed robbery

Sihakom to stand trial for armed robbery

Panko-Rahe says witnesses, video trace robber's movements from Vape Town to parking lot across Highway 50 near Casey's

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Severe weather forecast around US with high Southwest temperatures, Gulf rain and Rockies snow

Severe, chaotic weather around US with high temperatures in Southwest and Midwest, snow in Rockies

The anti-abortion movement is making a big play to thwart citizen initiatives on reproductive rights

Which states could have abortion on the ballot in 2024?

Much of U.S. braces for extreme weather, from southern heat wave to possible snow in the Rockies

Some hawking stem cells say they can treat almost anything. They can't

A Christian group teaches public school students during the school day. Their footprint is growing

A new Nebraska law makes court diversion program available to veterans. Other states could follow

A judge temporarily blocks Iowa law that allows authorities to charge people facing deportation

A federal judge temporarily blocks an Iowa law that allows authorities to criminally charge people facing deportation

Residents, communities preparing for heat wave that will envelop Midwest, Northeast next week

Some hawking stem cells say they can treat almost anything. They can't

Oklahoma Supreme Court rejects state education board's authority over public school libraries

Federal appeals court weighs challenge to Iowa ban on books with sexual content from schools

US opts for experience and versatility on Olympic women's basketball roster, passes on Caitlin Clark

Takeaways from AP examination of flooding's effect along Mississippi River

Property taxes and tornadoes: Dozens won't pay, more expected

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Peru announces donation of The Long Farm

No criminal conduct in custody death

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Gosper County woman crowned Miss Rodeo Nebraska

One dead in accident near Madison

City considers Goodlife Ag's aquaculture expansion