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NET News: Why The Cattle Industry Might Not Use A Drug That Cuts The Pollu


A new drug could help address amonnia from cattle raising. However, farmers may need a greater incentive to use it.


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NET News: Nebraska faces workforce challenge


Nebraska faces workforce challenge


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NET News: 15 Years After Mental Health Care Reform, Nebraskans See Progres


15 Years After Mental Health Care Reform, Nebraskans See Progress – And A Long Way To Go


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NET News: Technology Assists Forgers and Those Trying to Stop Them


In the year 2000, there were 887 arrests for forgery and counterfeit in Nebraska. By 2017, that number was more than cut in half. Is this a law enforcement success story, or something more complicated?


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NET News: Hemp and the Challenges on Farming’s Frontier


There’s millions of dollars to be made from growing hemp, which for years was lumped in and vilified with its sister plant, marijuana. With the government loosening laws around growing hemp for the first time in more than 80 years, some states are chargin


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NET News: Powerlifting Program At Midland University Turning Heads


Nebraska Football, Creighton basketball, UNO Hockey – all high-profile sports programs in the state with national aspirations. Now, you can add Midland University’s powerlifting program to that list – not just for its aspirations, but its accomplishments.


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NET News: Listen: Wood River Mayor Says Town Ready for High Water


In south central Nebraska, water from heavy rain earlier this week is causing several rivers to rise. Kearney is still drying out from almost ten inches of rain, and now communities along the Wood River are bracing for the possibility of high water. NET's


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NET News: Where Soybeans Meet The Sea: Midwest Aquaculture Could Boost Dem


Midwestern fish farmers grow a variety of species, such as tilapia, salmon, barramundi and shrimp, all of which require a high-protein diet. The region grows copious amounts of soybeans, which have a lot of protein, but these two facts have yet to converg


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NET News: Corn Detasseling Delayed By Wet Spring


Many teenagers will take summer jobs this year in retail or fast food, but one of the Nebraska’s hottest, dirtiest summer jobs will have less opportunity this year. This year’s corn detasseling season will be pushed back by a wet spring.


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NET News: HIV Wiped-Out? Nebraska Researchers Say They've Taken a Big Step


Researchers at The University of Nebraska Medical Center in Omaha and Temple University say they’ve taken a critical step in finding a way to eliminate the HIV infection. A combination of therapies in a new study has wiped-out the virus in so-called “huma


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