House prices in the Omaha metro are have gone up much faster than household income. The result: homeownership has become increasingly unaffordable for growing number of families.
The Millard Public Schools district is asking its voters to extend its levy override authority. It's a reasonable request, given Millard's record of academic excellence and fiscal responsibility.
Gov. Jim Pillen's proposal for K-12 aid in Nebraska showed an ability to be bold and open-minded in trying to solve one of the state's big challenges.
Ronnie Green, University of Nebraska-Lincoln chancellor, is planning to retire from the job he has held since 2016. He deserves thanks for his commitment to the university and his adopted state.
Kacie Ware writes, "It is unbelievably cruel that Nebraska lawmakers believe that they know better than me what is best for my health and my life."
Community columnist Jeremy Aspen writes, "In the long term, the dumb laws popping up all over the country risk harming the very children that people talk about protecting."
Mortada Gzar: For Iraqis like me, the US invasion 20 years ago isn’t a distant memory — it’s our daily devastation
In March 2003, I was in my second year at the University of Baghdad, studying engineering. The U.S. invaded Iraq, and my dormitory emptied as we all returned home and waited to see what would happen.
House conservatives have devised a "new and improved" threat to the world economy if their demands are not met. Once again, they vow to vote against raising the cap on U.S. debt if desired cuts in government spending are not made.
Content by the Jewelers Vault. Nebraska prairie inspired Jewelry such as, natural wooly mammoth fossilized tooth earrings and an array of other organic jewelry made from buffalo horns, petrified wood and walrus ivory.
Content by Nebraska Craft Brewery Board. Find your perfect brew this spring and summer with this handy guide to the best pours Nebraska craft breweries have to offer.
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Content by Southeast Community College. To fill in the educational gaps between campuses, SCC established six learning centers between 2016 and 2019 in Falls City, Hebron, Nebraska City, Plattsmouth, Wahoo and York.
Pulse writers give differing views on Daylight Saving Time.
Across the country, state legislatures are proposing and passing laws to discriminate against a small sliver of citizens, Pulse writer says.
Pulse writer praises affordable housing series by Henry Cordes.
Pulse writers praise and criticize legislators and proposed bills.