Nebraska benefits from efforts such as the Conservation Reserve Program and conservation easements, a Pulse writer says.
The president of the Nebraska Hospital Association writes the Public Pulse to urge cooperation for further progress against COVID.
Just as everyone should condemn the assault on Omaha Police Officer Jeffrey Wittstruck, the same should go for the Jan. 6 assaults on Capitol Police officers, a Pulse writer says.
Omaha native Brandon Straka, who's facing multiple federal charges related to the Jan. 6 siege of the U.S. Capitol, was ordered released from custody Tuesday pending his preliminary hearing.
Among the topics in today's Public Pulse, writers offer their opinions on free speech, and on Nebraska and national lawmakers.
The FBI Omaha field office announced Saturday it arrested a Des Moines man, Douglas Jensen, on federal charges.
Gov. Pete Ricketts said Friday that since the president on Thursday pledged a smooth transition of power to president-elect Joe Biden, it is unnecessary to press for his removal for office.
Stothert, a Republican, said she hopes people will turn away from the current anger and divisive discourse as the country transitions to new leadership under Joe Biden.
Diverse members of Omaha's faith community came together to pray for the nation's damaged social bonds following the violent assault on the U.S. Capitol.
Hours before a political mob stormed the U.S. Capitol, potential Nebraska gubernatorial candidate Charles Herbster attended President Trump's rally.
An estimated 400 people gathered in front of the Nebraska State Capitol on Wednesday in support of President Donald Trump's effort to overturn the results of the 2020 presidential election.
A truck driver from Alaska called the chance to drive a Christmas tree across the country and deliver it to the U.S. Capitol, “... a once in a…