Rep. Bacon: Congress Gets Farm Bill ‘Largely Right’

In News, on December 13th, 2018

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NET News Director Dennis Kellogg recently sat down with Rep. Don Bacon (R-NE) for his thoughts on the recently-passed farm bill, which now heads to President Trump for a signature.

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Gene-Editing Technique CRISPR Has Vast Agriculture Potential

In News, on December 11th, 2018

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A new technology called CRISPR, which can isolate and edit specific genes, has vast potential, not only in development and research of evolution, but within the realms of medicine and agriculture as well.

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Medicaid Expansion Could Provoke State Budget Fight

In News, on December 11th, 2018

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Nebraska Gov. Pete Ricketts, who opposed Medicaid expansion, now is working with his administration on how to implement it after voters passed an expansion iniative in November. . .

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Friday Faculty Focus – Betty Love

In Friday Faculty Focus, News, on November 24th, 2018

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For this week’s Friday Faculty Focus, I spoke to Dr. Betty Love from the Mathematics Department. Dr. Love and I talked about her work on the website Bricklayer.org, a website devoted to reinventing how Math is taught.

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Women Win Big in Midterm Elections

In News, on November 15th, 2018

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This year’s midterm elections marked an historic day for women candidates, with a number of firsts across the country, including right here in the heartland. KVNO News speaks with a trio of women who found their own success right here in Nebraska.

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Senate Race – Jane Raybould Solo Profile

In News, on November 6th, 2018

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The Senate Race in Nebraska could be a big get for both parties. I spoke to the Democratic nominee for Senate, Jane Raybould; about issues concerning Trade, Climate Change, Healthcare, Education, and Sexual Assault.

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