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Insulin Pens

How insulin prices are affecting Nebraskans

Living with Type 1 diabetes is challenging enough with diet restrictions, constant checking of blood sugars, and additional health problems. Now one of the...

Broadcasting professor finds inspiration with “best job ever – I’m so in awe with...

On a windy Wednesday morning, Trina Creighton exclaims into the phone as if the answer could not be more obvious. “Just get up and...
Students walking past social distancing sign

COVID-19 protocols differ across the Big Ten, impact is difficult to determine

by Jared Long, Libby Seline, Sydney Brun-Ozuna and Dylan Widger Inside a red brick dorm on the University of Nebraska-Lincoln’s campus in late September, students...
Trump rally

Welcome to NNS live coverage of Election 2020

Nov. 7, 4:14 p.m. Biden Wins 2020 Presidential Election By Tony Papousek Various news outlets announced Saturday morning that former Vice President Joe Biden won the presidency....

A challenge to the system: a fight for social justice

By: Garrett Freund and Jack Driggers Student athletes standing in the wind wearing matching black adidas shirts with gleaming yellow-gold letters reading Black Lives...
Back-to-school press conference

Nebraska News Service Weekly Update

Monday, July 27, 2020 WEEKLY UPDATE Good morning, Each week, I’ll highlight the top Nebraska news and sports stories produced by Nebraska News Service journalists. We start...
Omaha native and CoJMC alumnus, Mitch Sherman, covers Nebraska football for The Athletic. Courtesy photo.

Mitch Sherman finds fulfilling job covering Huskers football for The Athletic

Seven percent of high school athletes (1 in 14) go on to play a varsity sport in college. Under 2% of them are for...
Derek Peterson interviewing Tony Tuioti

Derek Peterson: A feature on a Hail Varsity feature writer

A cream-colored wall supports a picture frame in the top left-hand corner of the collage, displaying a family of a mom, dad and two...
Jim Cada, a Vietnam veteran, poses for a portrait in his law office on Monday, Sept. 16, 2019, in Lincoln, Nebraska.

Vietnam Vet uses service organizations to help relieve PTSD symptoms

Jim Cada is a Vietnam Vet who is active with veteran organizations in an attempt to help relieve his PTSD.

From the Notebook: Nick McConnell

I’ve lived in Nebraska my whole life, and I was under the impression that I had my state figured out. I assumed that I...