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Professional football players have become so much bigger and faster that the amount of force at work along the line of scrimmage is now twice what it was when the NFL started.
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Shortly after 10 a.m., a westbound green pickup and an eastbound white pickup collided at the intersection of Highway 26 and Avenue B. Officers say that it appears the female driver appeared to take a left hand turn onto Avenue B, and that's when the eastbound pickup struck her.
Iowa's winter ranked seventh coldest out of 119 seasons, while Nebraska's ranked 27th coldest.
The Rebounders Club and Husker Athletic Fund will host a watch party for Nebraska's Big Ten Tournament opener Friday afternoon at the Rococo Theater .
Military retirees who choose to live in Nebraska could receive a partial tax break, under a bill set for debate in the Legislature.
Los Angeles-based actor-singer Jason Graae, a veteran of Broadway and beyond, as well as television , performed for a capacity audience on March 10 at Sterling's Upstairs at the Federal, Michael Sterling's popular North Hollywood supper club.
Nebraska Vocational Rehabilitation has launched a website to help businesses find skilled, qualified job applicants and to provide new job opportunities for people with disabilities.
Nebraska students could start school at an earlier age, if the legislature's Education Committee's priority bill clears a few more hurdles.
Former Alaska governor Sarah Palin is stepping up her presence on the Senate campaign landscape, endorsing Midland University President Ben Sasse in Nebraska on Thursday.
The Nebraska Game and Parks Commission plans to stock catchable-size rainbow trout in several lakes and city ponds across the state this month.
Opponents on Wednesday launched a filibuster to block the measure, which would allow Nebraska to issue up to $200 million in bonds.
Locals are voicing their opinions about LB 863, which would prohibit minors from using e-cigarettes, and prevent stores from selling them to anyone under the age of eighteen.
"This is the right thing to do for everyone who lives here," says P.J. Schenarts, trauma medical director at the Medical Center.
Lawmakers voted 28-0 Tuesday on a measure that would prohibit minors from using the product, and prevent stores from selling them to anyone under 18. Sen. Russ Karpisek of Wilber, who introduced the legislation, says there hasn't been enough study to know if e-cigarettes are safe.