Talk to Me and More

Nebraska Stories

Air Date: 01/18/2018

Soul/funk artist Josh Hoyer reflects on his life as a performer including being a contestant on NBC television's "The Voice." Hoyer and his five-piece band Soul Colossal are in demand across the US. Hoyer says his music is "for the people, by the people." - Husker volleyball players traveled to Nicaragua with other Nebraska student athletes on a mission to embrace culture and make a difference. - Dale Nichols is considered by some to be one of America's best artists and perhaps the greatest artist ever to represent Nebraska. Though he’s not necessarily recognizable by name, Dale Nichols turned his childhood memories of rural Nebraska into paintings and today they are national treasures. - Built during World War II, the Kearney Army Air Field expanded the population of Kearney as thousands came from all parts of America to the rural town for jobs and upon completion of the base, for combat training. Kearney played an important role in Nebraska’s contribution to the war effort and was forever changed by this historic time in history. - Successful photographer Nia Karmann lives with spina bifida, but doesn’t allow it to keep her from pursuing her art and profession. Follow her on assignment at a Council Bluffs, Iowa fire station as she captures the perfect shot.