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Paraprofessional educators, hit hard by school closures, finding work while missing...

LA VISTA -- Tristan Mike joked with a coworker as she was clocking out March 12 that they had better verify their hours before...

Closed early because of COVID-19, Midland students adjust to online classes

an image of the coronavirus
FREMONT -- Stressed about an upcoming paper in her American literature class, Jordan Martin got a frantic phone call from her younger sister on...

Playing princess to give kids a taste of magic

Eichorn in Snow White wig
Katy Eichorn spends her free weekends transforming into princesses to make dreams come true for children. She believes all children should be able to...

UNL chemistry professor connects the Wizarding World with ours

Rebecca Lai has two passions: science and Harry Potter.  For nine years the associate professor of chemistry at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln has been bringing...

Science Cafe explores murky picture on concussions

Dr. Lindy Fields speak to an audience
OMAHA -- Dr. Lindy Fields has studied concussions in athletes and told an audience Tuesday night that the answers to all their questions were...

Emotional support hamster helps student from slipping into depression

Anna Dawkins holds Rice Cake on her couch in her room in The Village.
Anna Dawkins got a new roommate this year and the two of them get on better than she ever thought possible. Although her roommate...

UNL student, caucusing after class, witnesses the chaos in Iowa firsthand

Sarah Thompson
Sarah Thompson has been anticipating the Iowa Caucuses since the beginning of the year. The morning of Caucus Day, she said she felt like...