Evnen and Danner Clash on Voter ID, Automatic Registration

November 5th, 2018

By Emily White

Bob Evnen and Spencer Danner, candidates for Nebraska Secretary of State, stopped by the KVNO Studio recently to give their take on the issues.

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UNO’s International Concert Series continues with Nebraska Rising Stars

November 5th, 2018

By Melissa Dundis

 

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Krist at KVNO, Part III: On Energy, Medical Cannabis, and the Pipeline

November 2nd, 2018

By Emily White

Gubernatorial candidate Bob Krist recently spoke with KVNO News about topics ranging from renewable energy to medical cannabis.

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Film Streams’ 9th Annual Filmmaker Showcase

November 1st, 2018

By Corbin Hirschhorn

Omaha NE—Omaha’s source for classic and contemporary art film, Film Streams also highlights local filmmakers and their stories. Tonight is the opening night of their ninth Local Filmmaker showcase, featuring local short films.

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The Nebraska Board of Regents District 8 – Hal Daub and Barbara Weitz Full Interview: Election 2018

November 1st, 2018

By Jeff Turner

The Board of Regents play a critical role in the budgeting and outreach for the University of Nebraska. One of the most high profile seats up for re-election is that of Hal Daub, former Omaha Mayor and Nebraska Congressman and current University of Nebraska Regent. His challenger is former University of Nebraska at Omaha Faculty Barbara Weitz. I spoke to the candidates about the budget cuts passed under Nebraska Governor Pete Ricketts, the influence of Husker Football on the University of Nebraska budget, potential opportunities for new revenue growth, the Sexual Harassment programs at the University and potential new ideas to build on them, and managing student loan debt.

Kara Eastman vs. Don Bacon – Education Parts I + II: Election2018

November 1st, 2018

By Jeff Turner

The race for Nebraska’s 2nd District has become incredibly close. I had an opportunity to speak to the candidates, Kara Eastman and Don Bacon, about issues involving school lunches, school performances, and the increasing student loan debt that many college students continue to face.

Parts Five and Six of a Nine Part Series

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