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NET News: What can the sharing economy do for local food?

The hardest part of starting a new food business should be in perfecting the secret recipe. For many entrepreneurial cooks though, the tough times come when searching for a space to legally make and sell their food.

NET News: What can the sharing economy do for local food?

NET News: The Exodusters who came to Brownville

One of the lesser-told stories of Nebraska pioneers is that of black former slaves who fled persecution in the South. On the Missouri River, Brownville was home to a large population of black settlers in Nebraska and is one of the few that has been excavated.

NET News: The Exodusters who came to Brownville

NET News: Kintner to be asked to address Exec Board on cybersex

Kintner to be asked to address Exec Board on cybersex

NET News: Kintner to be asked to address Exec Board on cybersex

NET News: Nebraska's Inland Ocean: Restoring the Saline Wetlands

The water that comes out of the ground around Lincoln can be almost as salty as the ocean. But much of the rare habitat that hydrology created has been lost as the city has grown. A partnership is working to restore some of it.

NET News: Nebraska's Inland Ocean: Restoring the Saline Wetlands

NET News: Studying the benefits and limitations of urban agriculture

Urban farms are popping up all over the country. They are often touted as a way to create healthy vibrant communities and promote economic development. But a new study suggests urban farm advocates should be careful not to oversell the benefits.

NET News: Studying the benefits and limitations of urban agriculture

NET News: Police Reform and Race

National events over the past two years have opened up a dialogue on police policy and race. Recently published research coming out of the University of Nebraska-Lincoln is attempting to gauge public opinion on police reform.

NET News: Old barns are turning into hot decorating product

The business of deconstructing old barns and selling the wood for fancy new homes and condos is booming. But is it causing the loss of an iconic element of farm country? As the business of barn wood picks up, preservationists are taking notice.

NET News: Old barns are turning into hot decorating product

NET News: Lincoln Art Collectors Put Old Carnegie Library To New Use In Io

The small southwest Iowa town of Clarinda may not be the first place people think of visiting when they want to see internationally significant artwork. But that's what's happening, thanks to a couple of Nebraska art collectors, Robert and Karen Duncan of Lincoln.

NET News: Lincoln Art Collectors Put Old Carnegie Library To New Use In Io

NET News: Kintner case raises questions

Kintner case raises questions

NET News: Western Kansas farmers try new irrigation system aimed at saving

The farm economy of the Great Plains is based on the Ogallala Aquifer. But that ancient underground water supply is being rapidly depleted. Water officials in Kansas are working with farmers to reduce the demand on the aquifer with new technology.

NET News: Western Kansas farmers try new irrigation system aimed at saving

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