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Henry is a general assignment reporter, but his specialty is deep dives into state issues and public policy. He's also into the numbers behind a story, yet to meet a spreadsheet he didn't like. Follow him on Twitter @HenryCordes. Phone: 402-444-1130.
With the start of classes roughly a month away, barely more than a third of the state's 12- to 17-year-olds have received at least one dose of COVID-19 vaccine.
In the boldest and most contentious decision of his tenure, Trev Alberts moved to cut UNO's football and wrestling teams. Even a decade later, the bitter echoes of that decision can still be heard.
The new leader of Omaha's riverfront science center comes from the Exploratorium, regarded as one of the world’s premier science museums.
The Biden administration will make $500 million available to help small meat processers get started as part of its initiative to make agriculture markets more fair for farmers and ranchers.
The combined brokerage firm of TD Ameritrade and Charles Schwab has almost the same number of Omaha workers as when TD was acquired — and it soon will have even more.
Nebraska as a whole has ranked well in getting shots into arms, but public health officials say lagging rural rates are concerning, especially with a more contagious strain of the virus on the rise.
Chancellor Gold says any marriage between new hospital facility and UNMC project needs to make sense for veterans.
COVID case levels vary wildly in the states that sent teams to the CWS. California and Virginia both have low case levels, but levels in Arizona, Mississippi and Texas are high.
While more than a dozen states have topped President Joe Biden's 70% COVID-19 vaccination goal, neither Douglas County nor Nebraska are quite there yet.