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EPA approves year-round sales of higher ethanol blend in 8 Midwest states
EPA approves year-round sales of higher ethanol blend in 8 Midwest states

Drivers in eight Midwestern states will be able to fuel up with a higher blend of ethanol throughout the year under a ruled finalized by the Environmental Protection Agency.

Nebraska GOP bills target college professor tenure and diversity, equity and inclusion

Nebraska GOP bills target college professor tenure and diversity, equity and inclusion

Two bills being considered by Nebraska lawmakers mirror those seen across the country targeting diversity initiatives and college professors, The bills before the Legislature’s Education Committee include one that would ban diversity, equity and inclusion at state colleges and universities.

Plush wars? Squishmallows toy maker and Build-A-Bear sue each other over 'copycat' accusations

Plush wars? Squishmallows toy maker and Build-A-Bear sue each other over 'copycat' accusations

It turns out there are actually a lot of sharp elbows in the plush toy business.

Nebraska governor reverses course and says state will take federal funding to feed children

Nebraska governor reverses course and says state will take federal funding to feed children

Nebraska Gov. Jim Pillen has reversed course and now says he will accept federal funding to help feed hungry children during the summer break.

Judge blocks Omaha's ban on guns in public places while lawsuit challenging it moves forward

Judge blocks Omaha's ban on guns in public places while lawsuit challenging it moves forward

Nebraska's largest city won't be able to enforce its ban on guns in public places like parks and sidewalks while a lawsuit challenging that restriction moves forward.