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NNS 5: Top five stories

The Nebraska News Service team brings you the top 5 news stories from last week. Stories included: Remote control car hobby surges during COVID-19 by Tyler...

NNS 5: Top five stories

The Nebraska News Service team brings you the top 5 news stories from last week. Stories included: Nebraska bill seeks to raise minimum wage to...


Wire ServiceThe Nebraska News Service Wire Service provides stories from the Nebraska News Service, Unlimited Sports, Nebraska Nightly and courses throughout the College of...
The inside of a dimly light shop has clothing of varying colors on display. White colored mannequins sport outfit like a pink hat, white skirt, and blue-green top. A three layered table display has pink, white and green skirts on the first layer, blue and green t-shirts on the middle layer and pink, blue and purple leggings on the top layer. Displayed on top of the layered display is a variety of cups.

COVID-19 pandemic created opportunities for new small businesses in Nebraska

When Melanie Rezac was let go as a compliance officer at a Lincoln bank because of the COVID-19 pandemic, she didn’t miss a beat....
The front door of the Fabric Lab, which reads in bold white letters: Past, Present, Future.

Omaha’s North 24th Street’s history paves the way for its future

By Bousaina Ibrahim and Dominic Bhola For lifelong resident Lexi Jones, everyone feels like family in North Omaha. She said she’s always had a big...
The cover of World citizen: Journeys of a Humanitarian. It features a blue color on the right side and a photo of Jane Olson with one of the women she met in her travels. The left side is a beige with quotes from readers.

Author visits UNL to share her recent book and how to touch readers’ hearts

Experiences are the foundation of any story; they are reflected and shared with others. Jane Olson, a volunteer and storyteller, shared how to touch...
A group of several people holding large protest signs stand together in a group at an Omaha Pride March during the late 20th century.

Far from forgotten: UNO Queer Omaha Archive shares Nebraska’s LGBTQIA+ history

Queer people and communities dedicated to LGBTQIA+ activism have always existed in Nebraska but often have gone unnoticed and unrecognized.  To correct lasting oversights and...
The Nebraska State Capitol pictured at sunset on Feb. 17, 2022.

This Week in Nebraska Politics (Oct. 16-23): Public hearings offer input on proposed minimum...

Public hearings hosted by Nebraska Secretary of State Bob Evnen on Tuesday, Oct. 18, offered residents of Nebraska’s 1st congressional district the chance to...
Group of students standing around the front of the Union Building at UNL. Some are holding signs. Overlaid with the text "Nebraska at a Glance. Weekly updates from the Nebraska News Service."

Nebraska at a Glance: Oct. 10

Oct. 10: Sasse resignation, fire devastation and Iranian peaceful demonstration Nebraska Huskers beat Rutgers for back-to-back wins For the first time in five seasons, the Nebraska...
A man, Walter Echo-Hawk, stands at a podium while giving a speech.

Lincoln forum brings in expert speakers to tackle global issues

There is no shortage of problems in this world, and the E.N. Thompson Forum on World Issues is again working to highlight solutions with...