The Department of Education handles its duties properly, and elections already provide accountability for the State Board of Education.
New campaign by Nebraska Community Foundation helps towns and cities tap into their homegrown strength.
Among the nation's oldest newspaper-based charities, Goodfellows has provided more than $16 million since 1945.
Updating practices developed perhaps decades ago without consideration of non-White elements of our society does not threaten us. It makes us better.
Lawmakers next year must debate whether to cap the number of horse track/casinos, to avoid oversaturation.
Kruse has shown responsible leadership during his first term as Douglas County election commissioner.
Providing vitally needed support to teachers will show respect to these dedicated professionals and help Nebraska build a stronger future.
From the Wisconsin State Journal editorial board: "Vigilantes carrying rifles in the streets won't make our society safer."
From the St. Louis Post-Dispatch editorial board: "The vigilante community across America must be jubilant."
Blind loyalty, amplified by partisan and social media, casts differing voices as the enemy. We must stop this.
From the river otter rebound to wetlands preservation, Nebraska has made progress in its environmental management.
State officials must follow up with a range of additional actions if Nebraska is to solve this crisis.
Omaha is in the early stages of joining more than 600 U.S. cities in developing a climate action plan. This is a worthwhile step forward.
Ricketts’ regrettable choice to put politics before equality and inclusion deepens the division that is tearing at our national fabric.
A complete fitness program mixes aerobics and strength training — which includes core strength. Omaha is getting fit, rebuilding a solid core.
Without question, close losses to four top 10 teams shows on-field improvement. Our editorial staff says we need to give Husker coach Scott Fr…
A UNL event rightly honored Clayton Yeutter's legacy, and the Yeutter Institute in Lincoln carries on his mission.
Sarpy and Douglas Counties have made progress, but the state must address major problems in the prison system.
Constructive collaboration, artistic vision, local philanthropy and patience have come together in impressive fashion.
Examples include a new online site for STEM internships as well as UNL's Nebraska College Preparatory Academies.
Serious-minded candidates will present a vision to address Nebraska's long-term needs. Candidates who fail to do that disrespect the voters.
Our discussion with an Omaha homelessness expert underscored our area's need to greatly boost its supply of affordable housing.