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Two Nebraska state senators reflected on the state’s redistricting process on Tuesday at a University of Nebraska-Lincoln webinar, and they say it was the most partisan process they’ve seen in the legislature. As Will Bauer of Nebraska Public Media News reports, Senators Wendy DeBoer and Matt Williams are still happy with how it turned out.…
 
On the 80th anniversary of the surprise Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor, the unidentified remains of 33 U.S. service members are being reinterred in a solemn military ceremony in Honolulu, Hawaii. It signals the wind down for a team of forensic anthropologists at Offutt Air Force Base whose work has helped positively identify more than 90-percent o…
 
According to the health department, only one of the six people were vaccinated. The Nebraska Public Health Lab later confirmed the variant. Nebraska’s acting state epidemiologist Matt Donahue said the identification of omicron reinforces the urgency for Nebraskans to get vaccinated.저자 Nebraska Public Media
 
Jon Doliver is an assistant director responsible for basketball and supervisor of officials at NSAA. Last season officials were sparse, and this past fall and upcoming winter seasons haven’t been any different. Doliver said he’s concerned how schools will plan out officiating.저자 Nebraska Public Media
 
A fight for control of 77 newspapers, 24 of which are located in the Midwest, continued as a hedge fund known for slashing newspapers hit a speed bump in its plans to acquire Lee Enterprises Inc. On Friday, Lee rejected a trio of nominees Alden Global Capital nominated to its board of directors, claiming the nominations are invalid due to an error …
 
NioCorp, the company hoping to dig a Niobium mine in southeast Nebraska held its annual stockholders meeting outside Denver on Thursday, but could reveal nothing about the status of the project. Management recently invoked a temporary news blackout, leaving investors without the type of status report provided in previous years. The brief news relea…
 
Now, more than ever, robots are making their way into people’s lives and not just in urban coastal cities like New York and California. Right here in Nebraska, there are robots that can bust tables, check inventory and more. As labor shortages continue and robots become more advanced, are we at the beginning of a robotic revolution? Nebraska Public…
 
As of Tuesday, 555 Nebraskans were hospitalized with COVID-19. That’s an increase of 42 from one week ago. These numbers are similar to those seen one year ago – right before the pandemic reached its peak in the state. The difference between now and then is what else is going on in these hospitals. One year ago, elective surgeries weren’t happening…
 
Terry Uding works in utilities for Lyons, a town of about 800 people roughly 75 miles north of Omaha. Its tap water has recently turned a dark brown color at times. Uding said it's because of an old filtration system that needs replacing. Lyons is experiencing the pitfalls of supply chain delays and is working with a contractor to replace its filtr…
 
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