Nebraska state climatologist resigns: ‘I didn’t have anything left to give’
Nebraska state climatologist Martha Durr has resigned from the position after spending nearly eight years in the role.
Report highlights continuing staff shortages at Nebraska state prisons
Nebraska state prisons are having a hard time recruiting employees, despite recent pay increases and bonuses
Crop insurance costs are rising, fueled by climate change. Yet little has changed in federal program
Federally subsidized crop insurance made record-high payouts last year. While climate change is making farming more risky, the federal program often shields producers at taxpayer expense. Some say it’s time to encourages farmers to mitigate risk.