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Gov. Pete Ricketts swearing in Mike Jacobson, overlaid with the text "Nebraska at a Glance, weekly updates from the Nebraska News Service."

Nebraska at a Glance: Feb. 28

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Feb. 28: Groene replacement, UNL fraternities and baby giraffe Gov. Ricketts appoints new senator to replace Mike Groene As of Feb. 22, the Nebraska State Patrol...
Women holding fishing lures

Leave the outdoor activities to the men? These women don’t think so

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Ten years ago, when Rachel Alliss sat in a staff meeting for the communications outreach and marketing bureau at the Iowa Department of Natural...
Six doctors and nurses in scrubs and wearing face shields, facing various directions in a room at the COVID unit.

COVID-19 deaths cause challenges for grieving loved ones

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When a loved one dies from COVID-19, it can worsen the grieving process, Nebraska health professionals say. A great deal of guilt can come from...
A committee room in the Nebraska State Capitol on Feb. 24, 2022. The text, "KEEPING UP WITH THE LEGISLATURE, WEEKLY UPDATES ON THE 2022 LEGISLATIVE SESSION" is over the image.

Keeping up with the Legislature: Feb. 21-25

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Feb. 21-25: Ricketts appoints Sen. Mike Jacobson, abortion bills and Arbor Day changes Investigation into former senator Groene continues, replacement sworn in Gov. Pete Ricketts on...
Cherisse Williams

Pregnant women empowered through exercise

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When it comes to a physically demanding activity, most people think about running a marathon or power lifting. But for women, giving birth is the...
Person signs petition

National issues come to head in Lincoln; group launches petition campaign against Fairness Ordinance

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By Lauren Penington and Zach Wendling LINCOLN — Lincoln citizens may soon vote on whether to accept the City Council’s new Fairness Ordinance after a...
Person signs petition

National issues come to head in Lincoln; group launches petition campaign against Fairness Ordinance

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By Lauren Penington and Zach Wendling LINCOLN — Lincoln citizens may soon vote on whether to accept the City Council’s new Fairness Ordinance after a...

Overdosed: Tracking the drug crisis in Nebraska

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Episode 1: Fentanyl seized in Nebraska in 2021 was enough to kill 13 million After causing 60% of U.S. overdose deaths in 2020, fentanyl is...
Erin Davis Heineking rides on a horse that jumps over a railing in front of a giant crowd at the 2019 International Omaha event.

Despite challenges, Omaha Equestrian Foundation gears up for big competitions

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Despite a pandemic and other challenges, the Omaha Equestrian Foundation is gearing up for some big competitions. After sitting on the sidelines for three years,...
University of Nebraska President Ted Carter testifies before the Nebraska Appropriations Committee on Feb. 17.

Legislature considers $185 million in federal funding for NU

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The Legislature’s Appropriations Committee considered eight proposals on Feb. 17 that could direct $185 million in federal funds to the University of Nebraska. University of...