Nebraska village comes together to clean up after severe flooding
Village board member Randy Miner is one of many cleaning up Palisade's park after it was destroyed by days of rain.
‘Sticker shock’: Greek house values skyrocket. Tax bills come next.
How is this for a doozy of a tax bill: Greek houses at the University of Nebraska–Lincoln saw property valuations jump nearly $1.2 million on average in one year.
With limitations on gender-affirming care now law, here's how a PAC is fighting back
Debate over the GOP-backed “Let Them Grow Act” roiled Nebraska’s usually cordial unicameral legislature. With battle lines drawn for and against gender-affirming care, the PAC aims to use its national platform to support state-level candidates who will support their mission
Nebraska United Methodist Church congregations split with denomination over LGBTQ issues
The departure of the churches in Kansas and Nebraska comes as UMC congregations around the country are debating the UMC position “that all people are of sacred worth and are equally valuable in the sight of God.”