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Nebraska Republican U.S. Sen. Mike Johanns said Thursday that about 200 undocumented children have been placed in Nebraska after arriving at the U.S. Border, most of them from Central America.
Dozens of undocumented children from Central America are being placed in Nebraska as Congress and President Barack Obama debate how U.S. immigration policy will be changed.
Dozens of undocumented children from Central America are being placed in Nebraska as Congress and President Barack Obama debate how U.S. immigration policy will be changed and how the flood of immigrants will be handled.
The Nebraska Department of Revenue reported Thursday that net tax receipts totaled more than $4.1 billion for the budget year that ended on June 30. The state's economic forecasting advisory board predicted in February that Nebraska would receive about $4.02 billion, using conservative estimates.
The money will help implement a new system that utilizes a centralized health care organization based at Mercy hospital in Des Moines.
Nebraska Farm Bureau Foundation for Agriculture has launched, a Tornado Disaster Relief Fund to provide emergency and residual help to farmers and ranchers in Northeast Nebraska and other areas across the state affected by recent tornadoes.
A former Lincoln firefighter has lost his emergency medical technician license after he was found guilty of possessing child pornography.
Nebraska is facing a prison overcrowding crisis that has been more than a decade in the making.
"The Good Life," is a very familiar slogan for Nebraskans one that remains strong while others have come and gone.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture says the wheat harvest is well underway in southern Nebraska.
According to the group's president, Doug Kagan, a hike in the minimum wage would do serious damage to the state's economy, hurt the free market, and lead to unemployment.
Under declaration of emergency, the Nebraska Legislature enacted LB 1103 to develop a common statewide vision for education in Nebraska.
The number of signatures needed on the petition to raise the minimum wage in Nebraska to $9 over the next three years has been reached and exceeded.
On July 4, long-time Lincoln resident Dan Buhrdorf officially entered the race to represent Nebraska in the U.S. Senate as a candidate of the Tax Wall Street Party.
Updated: Fri Jul 11, 2014 04:03 am
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