Changing Definition, Activism May Be Behind Increase in Rape Reports

In News, on January 31st, 2019

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The number of rape cases handled by the Lincoln Police Department has increased in the last two years, but this may be due to a change in the FBI definition of the crime as well as activism through movements like #MeToo, according to a report for NET News by Allison Mollenkamp.

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Get to Know Your Unicameral: Sen. Sara Howard

In News, on January 29th, 2019

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In the next installment of a series of reports profiling Omaha-area state senators, KVNO Student Reporter Emily While speaks with Senator Sara Howard of Omaha about her past legislative priorities and the importance of community and civic engagement.

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This Week in Lincoln: Hearings Begin

In News, on January 25th, 2019

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NET News’ Fred Knapp covers the third week of the Nebraska Legislature’s 2019 session.

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UNL Pushes for Civil Discourse on Campus

In News, on January 25th, 2019

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Two incidents centered around free speech brought the University of Nebraska into the spotlight during the last two years. In a report for NET News, Brandon McDermott explores how the administration, faculty and students are responding.

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This Week in Lincoln: Back to Business in the Unicameral

In News, on January 18th, 2019

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NET News’ Fred Knapp covers the second week of the Nebraska Legislature’s 2019 session.

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Nebraska Data Paints Incomplete Picture of School Success

In News, on January 17th, 2019

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The Nebraska Department of Education released the Nebraska Education Profile at the end of 2018, rating state schools on a four-tier scale based on several categories of data. In a two-part series for NET Nebraska, Allison Mollenkamp shows how school success is a little more complicated than simply ratings.

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