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State Senators Purpose New Legislation To Tackle Nebraska Prison Problems

Prison reform will be a major issue for a group of Nebraska state Senators this session. Senators hope to pass bills that would fix many problems with the prisons system in Nebraska including overcrowding. One such bill would require authorities at the corrections department to develop and accelerated parole review plan and another would provide medical…read more »

White Supremacist Faces Terror Charge After Train Stopped In Nebraska

LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) – A white supremacist accused of stopping an Amtrak train in Nebraska has been charged with terrorism. Documents unsealed Wednesday in U.S. District Court in Lincoln show 26-year-old Taylor Wilson, of St. Charles, Missouri, is charged with terrorism attacks and other violence against railroad carriers and mass transportation systems. The eastbound train…read more »

Monthly Consumer and Business Confidence Are Both Down In Nebraska

U.S. employers added 148,000 jobs in December, a modest gain but enough to suggest the economy entered the new year with solid momentum. While modest, the job gains underscore the economy’s continued health in its ninth year of recovery. — After reaching record levels the previous month…..monthly consumer and business confidence numbers are down in…read more »

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Atherton seeking transfer from Husker Volleyball

Nebraska volleyball coach John Cook confirmed on Thursday afternoon that redshirt freshman setter Hunter Atherton plans to seek a transfer from Nebraska. A Prospect, OH native, Atherton played in 20 matches during the Huskers’ 2017 NCAA Championship season. She played the first two matches of her career at the season-opening VERT Challenge while filling in…read more »

No Nebraska Voter Information Given To Election Fraud Commission Before Disbandment

Officials say President Donald Trump’s election fraud commission never received any information about Nebraska voters before the group was disbanded. A spokeswoman for Nebraska Secretary of State John Gale says the commission last talked with state officials several months ago and hadn’t responded to Gale’s requests for more information. Gale had said he would fulfill…read more »