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Sanders hits game-winner for Rutgers' 1st Big Ten win

Corey Sanders scored 25 points, including the game-winner with one second left, to lead Rutgers past Nebraska 65-64 on Saturday for first-year coach Steve Pikiell's first Big Ten win        

Dave Begley: Trump’s long, strange trip

(Scott Johnson) Omaha attorney Dave Begley covered the presidential candidates for us Iowa and Nebraska over the past two years. Today he recalls Donald Trump’s 2015 stop in Sioux City, Iowa, and looks back: It has been a long and strange trip for President Donald J. Show More Summary

Newborn baby becomes ideal wingman in father's surprise proposal

If rom-coms have taught us one thing, it's that babies are the best wingmen. Susan Medina and Darick Mead, a couple from Nebraska, welcomed their first child, Ryder, into the world last week. Just hours after his birth, Ryder did his...Show More Summary

A Video Message from Sen. Ben Sasse: Why We Celebrate the Inauguration Day

Ben Sasse (R), the junior Senator from Nebraska wants Americans to know why we should celebrate this Inauguration Day, and every inauguration day. Sen. Sasse explains the revolutionary nature of our very structure of government. How each election is one to celebrate, even when the results don’t go our way. Show More Summary

Ohio St. steals 67-66 win from Nebraska on last-second shot

Marc Loving scored off an inbounds pass from C.J. Jackson with less than a second to play, and Ohio State defeated Nebraska 67-66 on Wednesday night        

Ski, Run, Climb, and Bike? This Is Your Dream Gear Shed.

Tony Krupicka is one of the world’s foremost ultra runners. The 33-year-old Nebraska native is a two-time winner of the Leadville 100 and the 50-Mile Trail National Championships, and he’s placed second in the county’s original ultra—Western States 100. Show More Summary

Perfect lavender dress feels at this garden wedding in Nebraska

Walking into Lucille’s Old Market is like walking into a 1910 movie set. The crown molding, grand staircase, and general splendor made for a gorgeous backdrop to Veronica and Jonathan's garden wedding in Nebraska. Plus, Veronica's purple chiffon gown is making my life. Spoiler: it's available at ModCloth! Let's ogle these two cuties at their stylish-as-hell wedding...

Nebraska targets ban on religious garb worn by teachers

5 days agoReligion / Islam : On Faith

Sister Madeleine Miller applied for a high school teaching job in Nebraska thinking she would get judged on her credentials — not what she was wearing on her head.

UNO Swimmer Shares Experience From Fort Lauderdale Airport Shooting

By Olivia McLain on SwimSwam ?Thanks to University of Nebraska - Omaha junior ?Olivia McLain ?for sharing what she and her team experienced at the Fort Lauderdale airport earlier this month. Read the full story on SwimSwam: UNO Swimmer Shares Experience From Fort Lauderdale Airport Shooting

QUICK NEWS, January 17: New Energy’s Fight Against Climate Change Won’t Be Done; New Energy Jobs Leapt Again Last Year; Nebraska Gets Wind Power Economy Bump

New Energy’s Fight Against Climate Change Won’t Be Done Not even Trump can easily reverse our progress on climate change David Ignatius, January 16, 2017 (Washington Post) “…[The progress made in the fight against climate change by the...Show More Summary

Trump's America: Caution in evenly split Nebraska county

LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) — A block from Nebraska's Capitol, with its unique one-chamber, nonpartisan Legislature, is the lobbying office of Bill Mueller and Kim Robak, who embody the make-it-work spirit of this city: They're husband and wife,...Show More Summary

A divided-down-the-middle county ponders a new president

A block from Nebraska's Capitol, with its unique one-chamber, nonpartisan Legislature, is the lobbying office of Bill Mueller and Kim Robak, who embody the make-it-work spirit of this city: They're … Click to Continue »

Massive Crowd of More Than 5,000 Pro-Life People Walked for Life in Omaha, Nebraska

News of an impending ice storm did not deter about 5,000 pro-lifers from marching for life on Saturday in Lincoln, Nebraska. The annual Walk for Life, sponsored by Nebraska Right to Life, drew the large crowd as well as prominent state and federal lawmakers, the Omaha World-Herald reports. Nebraska Gov. Pete Ricketts spoke, along with […]

Banwarth named assistant coach for Huskers volleyball team

last weekSports / Volleyball : FIVB

Lausanne, Switzerland, January 14, 2017 – Rio Olympian Kayla Banwarth has been named as the new assistant coach of the University of Nebraska volleyball team.

Murder convict challenges Nebraska's death penalty process

last weekNews : NY Daily News

The man convicted of the murder that inspired the movie “Boys Don’t Cry” has challenged Nebraska’s death penalty process.

Michigan holds on for 91-85 win over Nebraska

Derrick Walton scored 16 of his 20 points in the final 7:25, and Michigan held on for a much-needed victory, 91-85 over Nebraska        

Tyjon Lindsey to Nebraska: Cornhuskers Land 4-Star WR Prospect

Wide receiver Tyjon Lindsey announced his commitment to Nebraska on Saturday after decommitting from rival Ohio State last week. Greg Biggins of Scout was the first to report Lindsey's decision. According to Scout, the Las Vegas native is a 4-star recruit who ranks as the No. Show More Summary

Bob Diaco Named Nebraska DC: Latest Contract Details, Comments and Reaction

The Nebraska Cornhuskers announced the hiring of former UConn head coach Bob Diaco as their defensive coordinator Saturday. According to Sam McKewon of the Omaha World-Herald, Nebraska head coach Mike Riley made the hiring just three days after firing Mark Banker from the same position. More to follow. Read more College Football news on BleacherReport.com

Got Milk?

I wrote this post back in December and just realized it’s been sitting in my drafts ever since! In the past 13 years, if you have you lived in Arizona, California, DC, Kansas, Massachusetts, Michigan, Missouri, Nebraska, Nevada, NewShow More Summary

Prison Break Camouflage, 1933

A comic criminal tries to make a prison break on the back of an East African zebra which was stuffed and mounted by Dr. James L. Clark of New York for the University of Nebraska. August 29, 1933. (Image by © Bettmann/CORBIS)

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