Omaha examines ways to change transportation systems

April 2nd, 2012

By Ben Bohall

Omaha, NE- Like any bustling metropolitan city, Omaha has seen its public transportation network change with a growing population.

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Positive predictions for Nebraska economy

March 14th, 2012

By Grant Gerlock

Lincoln, NE – NPR has been reporting on pockets of strength in the U.S. economy in a series called “Looking Up.” Economists at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln are also seeing signs of strength at the state level.

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Nebraska’s economy recovering, but some concerns remain

January 24th, 2012

By Mike Tobias

Lincoln, NE – Nebraska’s economy continues to recover from recession, but with some concerns on the horizon. Here is more perspective on the economy from three Nebraska economists.

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Johanns: Payroll tax cut “messes around” with Social Security

December 8th, 2011

By Robyn Wisch, KVNO News

Omaha, NE – Nebraska Senator Mike Johanns says he can’t support extending the payroll tax cut if it “messes around” with Social Security. Meanwhile, Congress hasn’t made much progress finding a compromise.

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Possible post office closing creates big uproar from little town

October 21st, 2011

By Ben Bohall

Lincoln, NE – Last Monday night, residents of Morse Bluff, Nebraska gathered together to voice opposition against the possible closing of the small town’s only post office.

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Occupy Omaha protesters march against “corporate greed”

October 15th, 2011

By Robyn Wisch, KVNO News

Omaha, NE – Hundreds of people marched through downtown Omaha this morning, in solidarity with the Occupy Wall Street protesters.

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