Gov. Pete Ricketts said Thursday he remains confident that his statewide order to limit gatherings to 10 people is sufficient to help shiel… Read more
Gov. Pete Ricketts cautioned Nebraskans on Monday to expect "a tough month ahead" as the state anticipates that the coronavirus threat will… Read more
The study suggests that COVID-19 patients may create aerosols of virus and contaminate surfaces that may pose a risk for transmission. Read more
People from all over Lincoln have shared their children's creations as well as where they have spotted eggs. Read more
At hospitals, Bryan will start taking temperatures of all visitors in an effort to keep out anyone who is sick. Read more
It’s been 14 days since I returned from Arizona on a plane packed with Midwesterners fresh from a taste of desert spring. Read more
Find out how you're doing on your retirement prep. Are you on track, or is there still work to do? Read more
“There is a saying that ‘the best position is the next position,’” says Agoura Hills-based ergonomics consultant Karen Loesing, an expert i… Read more
Top photos of the day as selected by the Associated Press. Read more
Also in the news: Navy fires captain seeking help for virus-stricken ship and newspapers face their own coronavirus struggles Read more
Every day, there are hundreds of people missing in Nebraska. Some of them are missing for days, while some are missing for decades. Quite a few have had a birthday while their whereabouts are unknown.
We focus on who those people are in hopes of raising awareness. The names, photos (we are posting the most recent with photos available) and information come from the Nebraska Missing Persons Information Clearinghouse, 402-479-4986. Read more
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The coronavirus pandemic is fueling attacks against Asian Americans, with more than 1,000 reports of hate incidents ranging from racial slu… Read more
Tips and tricks from a professional dog trainer with Rover.com on how to keep your canine pal busy at home during the coronavirus epidemic. Read more
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