Local researcher examines relationship between pesticides and bee behaviors

In News, on September 3rd, 2015

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Erin Ingram is an entomologist with the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. Recently, her and a team of fellow researchers set out to determine if there’s a link between pesticides associated with orchards across the United States and Midwest and the behaviors of honey bees

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Nebraska’s death penalty: repealed or not?

In News, on September 3rd, 2015

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Is Nebraska’s death penalty repealed, or not? Events of the past week raise fundamental questions about the state’s ultimate punishment

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City Council changes street names, moves to ban park hunting

In News, on September 2nd, 2015

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Omaha, NE – The Omaha City Council concluded their meeting in near record time yesterday, but not before changing the names of two streets in a salute to Omaha’s past.

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History shows Nebraska ballot campaigns have big passion, low success

In News, on August 31st, 2015

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It’s hard work for a group to gather enough signatures on a petition to get an issue on the ballot in Nebraska. Getting voters to approve it is even harder.

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Paul Landow discusses 2016 Presidential campaign

In News, on August 28th, 2015

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Omaha, NE – The next presidential election may be more than a year away but some candidates are already distancing themselves. KVNO’s Brandon McDermott had a chance to sit down with Paul Landow a political science professor at the University of Nebraska at Omaha, to discuss the crowded presidential field as well as how some political missteps may hurt Hilary Clinton’s campaign.

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Urban Benefits of Ethanol Topic of Next Science Café

In News, on August 27th, 2015

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David Hallberg has spent 35 years in the ethanol industry, and is the keynote speaker at next week’s Science Café hosted by the University of Nebraska Medical Center

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