NET Feature: How One Woman’s Trip to Chicago Ended in Sex Trafficking

December 13th, 2018

By Mike Tobias

A survivor of sex trafficking shares her story and is one of several individuals to be featured in an upcoming NET News documentary.

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Campaigns Intensifying For, Against The Death Penalty In Nebraska

August 24th, 2016

By Mike Tobias

This fall voters will decide whether Nebraska has the death penalty. It’s a complex issue with lots for voters to think about. With the election getting closer, both sides are intensifying lobbying for your vote.

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Ainsworth teen reviving the story of brothers who died in WWII

December 14th, 2015

By Mike Tobias

Ainsworth, NE – Three teenagers from small town Nebraska. Two went to war and never came home. The other spent much of this year giving new life to their story. Here’s how and why this happened.

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Nebraska libraries: how they’re doing, challenges and opportunities

November 23rd, 2015

By Mike Tobias

In Nebraska, libraries are facing new directions in serving users and remaining viable.

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Reversing the monarch butterfly decline in Nebraska

November 16th, 2015

By Mike Tobias

The population of monarch butterflies has declined so dramatically in recent years that the iconic insect is being considered for the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service’s endangered species list. Efforts are underway to determine the scope of the decline in Nebraska, a stop on the monarch migration route.

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Fighting Sex Trafficking in Nebraska: What’s Lacking and a New Plan

November 2nd, 2015

By Mike Tobias

Law enforcement, lawmakers and social service agencies are studying human trafficking in Nebraska, and launching new initiatives to fight the crime and help the victims.

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