A 29-8 roll call vote fell four senators short of the 33 votes required to end the filibuster after eight hours of debate.
The Nebraska Auditor of Public Accounts conducted an audit in February and identified $1,894 in allegedly fraudulent purchases, according to court records.
President Biden committed to an effort to try to protect 30% of the nation's land and 30% of its ocean waters by 2030 in an executive order issued in January.
Secretary of State Bob Evnen said that Legal Marijuana Now Party has qualified as an official political party and that voters can register as members of the party.
The family has used actively managed grazing and controlled burns to maintain the health of their land.
Some people “are not happy about it. We’ve gotten some pretty hateful, vulgar comments,” said Matt Thomas, who does marketing for the company.
The bill would implement the advent of casino gambling in the state and provide a new source of revenue for property tax relief.
The Lincoln congressman wanted to test how long it would take Capitol Police to respond to his emergency duress office button.
"We didn't have a process for credentialing media before. Now we have a process," Gov. Pete Ricketts said Monday about the system that Media of Nebraska called a "red flag" for First Amendment rights.
The Nebraska Legislature is unlikely to approve proposals on voter ID or mail-in balloting because the committee that handles the issue is deadlocked.
Sen. Adam Morfeld's bill would have prevented school districts from censoring student publications.
"I was so fortunate to be able to find him and then for her (the owner in Minatare) to actually be willing to let me have him back again, to have that opportunity to just love him, it’s just surreal," Meghan Fry said.
The House Ways and Means Committee holds jurisdiction over tax policy, Social Security, Medicare, trade and labor issues.
Wyoming is home to the 11 most vaccine-hesitant counties in the nation, with 32% of its residents believed to be hesitant to receive COVID-19 inoculations.
Federal prosecutors said 216 victims lost a total of at least $5,829 from the thefts, which occurred at the West Omaha Post Office.
The Governor's Office released the application after it denied press credentials for NOISE Omaha, a nonprofit news website that covers Omaha’s minority communities.
Tax collections are also up for the fiscal year, which ends on June 30. The state has netted $4.133 billion so far in the fiscal year, which is 15.6% above the state's certified forecast of $3.574 billion.
Sen. Machaela Cavanaugh was brought into the process with a probe beginning in the Health and Human Services Committee. She had been excluded from an executive board special investigative subcommittee even though she had proposed it.
The doctors who are treating the woman said the case suggests that the rare development of blood clots like this could be related to the vaccine.
The National Weather Service is warning travelers and ranchers in western Nebraska of the potential for significant snowfall and perhaps icy roads. Forecast snowfall totals range from 3 to 6 inches.
The school said Yemin An, 21, of Seoul, South Korea, and Zhaoxin Chen, 24, of Xi’an, China, died April 1 while working on an airplane engine inside the aviation maintenance building at the school in Sidney.
Eligible applicants include county and city governments, Native tribal organizations, small businesses and nonprofit organizations with providers required to be licensed by the state.
Ryan Hamilton, executive director of the Nebraska Republican Party, describes Sen. Tony Vargas of Omaha as the Legislature's most liberal member.