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Huskers will travel to Clemson for Big Ten/ACC Challenge

The Nebraska men’s basketball team’s non-conference schedule added another piece on Friday. The Huskers will travel to Clemson on Nov. 26 as part of the ACC/Big Ten Challenge. Start time and television information will be announced at a later date, but all of the ACC/Big Ten Challenge games are on the ESPN family of networks.…read more »

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Consumer and Business Confidence Slip In Nebraska

Consumer and business confidence both fall in Nebraska in the latest University of Nebraska Lincoln Bureau of Business Research monthly survey.¬† Director Eric Thompson tells KLIN News that decline in confidence¬† is a concern.¬† He says that if confirmed in subsequent months, the downward trend suggests that the Nebraska economy is losing momentum. Thompson says…read more »

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Kickoff times announced for six Nebraska Football games in 2018

Nebraska will enter the Scott Frost era under the lights at Memorial Stadium on Sept. 1 against Akron. The game will be televised nationally on FOX at 7 p.m. central. This was one of six kickoff times for the 2018 season announced on Thursday by the Big Ten Conference and its TV partners. Nebraska also…read more »

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Senator Sasse Calls Latest Trade War Developments “Dumb”

Biting commentary from Nebraska U.S. Senator Ben Sasse on the latest Trade War Developments. Senator Sasse says that the administration’s decision to impose massive steele and aluminum tariffs on our allies in Canada, Mexico and the European Union, is “dumb”. Sasse says they are not China, and you don’t treat allies the same way you…read more »

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Construction Jobs Are Up Dramatically In Lincoln

Lincoln is described as one of the fastest growing construction job markets in the country this decade. The Associated General Contractors of America says Lincoln comes in 12th in the nation for percentage growth in construction employment over the last decade. Lincoln added 2,200 construction workers from april 2008, which is a thirty percent increase.…read more »