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How Nebraska newsrooms support mental health

Nebraska newsrooms are stepping up to address the mental health needs of their employees in various ways, as the unpredictability of reporting news can...

Former Nebraska-Wesleyan Punter Finds a New Passion in Science

It’s not often you find someone going from being a student athlete to working in multiple research labs all in under four years. For...

Community Action to train child care workers as part of federal...

A Lincoln non-profit will receive $1 million from the American Rescue Plan to train 70 childcare workers over the next three years. Community Action was...

Following multi-year hiatus, UNL club rugby returns for spring season

Seemingly nothing could stop Nebraska club rugby team as the 2019-20 school year neared. The Huskers closed their 2019 spring sevens season as one...
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Lincoln prepares for historic week at Pinnacle Bank Arena

There’s always a first time for everything.  And for Lincoln, that will be the case during the week of March 5-12. That week is set...
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

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...
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

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,...
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The Big Ten and the invisible opponent; Covid-19

Nebraska basketball had to play seven games in 12 days in 2021.  The Big Ten and Nebraska have been struck by Covid-19 harshly over the...
Mona Zuffante, the public health administrator for the Winnebago Comprehensive Healthcare System, receives her vaccine.

Community, traditions key to Winnebago Tribe’s COVID-19 vaccination success

Before Nebraska’s Winnebago Tribe began its COVID-19 vaccination efforts in December 2020, the reservation’s health care system allowed a representative of the Wolf Clan,...
Flu Vaccine

Experts warn a resurgence in flu could cause a “twindemic” with...

Experts are warning we could see a resurgence in the flu this winter. The CDC reports relaxed COVID-19 measures such as lapsing mask mandates...