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Kenneth Ferriera

I’m fourth year Journalism and Broadcasting student at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. I am currently a photojournalist for Cedar County News. In Fall 2019, I will be a photo intern for the Omaha World Herald. I grew up in Cheyenne, Wyoming and it helped influence me in countless ways. First and foremost being taught that hard work is a way of life and doing a good job benefits everyone. Much of my time has been spent around hard working and honest blue collar workers and from them In have learned that hard work pays off. They knew that obstacles and fears and meant to be overcome and while failure is expected giving up is something I will not allow myself. My work is driven by an urge to educate people, in hopes that I can help eliminate fears and help people make connections to those they have never met. Showing people the human side of of stories and issues is the best way to inspire change. To go the distance to give the public the information to help them make well informed decisions. When I am not working I love being outside. I hike, rock climb, watch documentaries, and try not to get eaten by bears (they are everywhere you know). Anything that keeps me on the move helps me learn makes me happy.

As the pandemic disrupts supply chains, Nebraska farmers feel the pain

Jim Bartling walks among his hogs
UNADILLA -- With meat packing plants closing because of the coronavirus and food supply chains disrupted around the world, farmers across Nebraska like Jim...

Easter weekend in a pandemic features services unlike any before

Lyrics of a song appear on screen during an Easter service at King of Kings Church
OMAHA -- Some parts of the Easter sunrise service at King of Kings Church in Omaha were familiar: the hymns played by the band,...

Under quarantine, COVID-19 hot spot Grand Island searches for normal

The empty streets of downtown Grand Island on April 6, 2020, in Grand Island, Neb.
GRAND ISLAND -- With schools closed and parents at work, Marcia Uden is leading story time in a circle of grandchildren in the back...

Nebraska state basketball continues despite COVID-19 concerns

With COVID-19 sweeping the nation, the Nebraska School Activities Association decided to continue the boys state basketball tournament, but with no fans. The organizers...

Preaching to prisoners, a long-time volunteer minister offers a lesson in...

A woman exits the St. Thomas Aquinas Church at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln on Tuesday, March 17, 2020, in Lincoln, Nebraska.
Robert Williams confessed to murdering 3 women and trying to kill a 4th on a 3-day, 3 state rampage in 1977. Now, 20 years...

Southside Boxing gym supports amateurs and pros alike

Southside's Shahab Salahalda strikes Topeka's Jordan Bartee during the second round of the Riverside Rumble heavyweight match. Shahab won by TKO in the third round making him 6-0.
John Kubler walks into the cold dark gym wearing a smile and hits the lights. The fluorescent bulbs flicker to life and illuminate the...

Yoga participants relax with goats

Mocha the goat keeps watch over the goat yoga class on Saturday, Jan. 25, 2020, at The Gateway Mall in Lincoln, Nebraska.
Thomas the Fainting Goat walked directly up to a Mark, Saturday morning and did what his name implies, right his yoga mat. He then...

Video: 60 meters deep

In Mongolia, winter is known as a time of suffering. Coal is necessary for survival in the winter months because electricity is often too...