Nebraska’s Republican Candidates For U.S. Senate: Clifton Johnson

April 30th, 2014

By Mike Tobias

Omaha, NE — Clifton Johnson’s campaign is very different than the four other Republicans running in Nebraska’s U.S. Senate race. In this NET News Campaign Connection 2014 Signature Story, Mike Tobias examines Johnson’s background and politics.

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Nebraska’s Republican candidates for U.S. Senate: Sid Dinsdale

April 29th, 2014

By Mike Tobias

Omaha, NE — Mike Johanns’ decision not to run for re-election led to a large field of Nebraska candidates for his U.S. Senate seat, including five Republicans. In this NET News Campaign Connection 2014 Signature Story, Mike Tobias reports on the background and politics of banker Sid Dinsdale, one of the GOP candidates.

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Two Democrats put in bids for open U.S. Senate seat

April 28th, 2014

By NET News

Omaha, NE — The Nebraska Senate race is full of candidates—but mostly Republicans. There are only two men in the Democratic primary. NET News profiles the Democratic primary contenders as part of their 2014 Campaign Connection coverage.

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UNO softball team shines on Senior Day

April 28th, 2014

By Brandon McDermott

Omaha, NE – Two University of Nebraska at Omaha softball players were honored Saturday for their service to the program. Following the festivities, they played a softball game against the IUPUI Jaguars. KVNO has coverage of Friday’s double header and Saturday’s Maverick Senior Day.

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Nebraskans protest Keystone XL pipeline in Washington, DC

April 25th, 2014

By Ja'Nel Johnson

Omaha, NE — The State Department recently delayed the approval of the Keystone XL Pipeline, leaving some frustrated and others taking a sigh of relief. Nebraskans opposed to the pipeline have joined forces with another organization in Washington to urge President Obama to reject the pipeline.

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Task force hopes to help local hoarders

April 24th, 2014

By Ja'Nel Johnson

Omaha, NE — Compulsive hoarding disorder affects approximately five percent of the U.S. population, but the effects of the disorder can upset entire communities. This is Mary Thompson’s story.

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