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Husker men drop their 7th straight

Shavon Shields led three Huskers in double figures with 14 points, but Illinois pulled away in the final minutes for a 69-57 win over the Huskers Wednesday evening. Ravonte Rice scored 18 of his 23 points in the second half, including a three-pointer with 1:30 left after Nebraska was within 56-50. The Huskers (13-16, 5-12), […]

Radon-resistant new homes the focus of bill before Unicameral

Nebraska has one of the worst radon emission rates in the country and the Unicameral is considering a bill that could eventually lead to all new homes in the state being built with radon-resistant measures. Senator Bob Krist of Omaha authored the legislation. “This sets up a task force which will work on the issue […]

Medicaid nursing home residents could get raise in allowance

Nursing home residents on Medicaid would get a slight bump in their personal allowance under a bill advancing in the legislature. State Sen. Colby Coash of Lincoln supported his move to raise the monthly allowance from $50 to $60 by telling colleagues it’s time to provide an increase. “Think about the people who will come […]

Easing of mortgage requirements

Many Nebraskans were impacted when the housing bubble burst around 2007 and residents and banks foreclosed on many homes. After that mortgage companies and banks put in place strict rules on mortgage eligibility for consumers and home sales plummeted. Frank Packard-Reed is a real estate expert and says they are starting to ease lending requirements. […]

UNL professor says Obama not ready to embrace Netanyahu Iran strategy

A University of Nebraska-Lincoln professor says the Obama Administration isn’t ready to play hardball against Iran as advocated by Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. Netanyahu addressed Congress Tuesday about the danger Iran poses to Israel, the United States,¬†and the entire world as it continues to¬†develop a nuclear program. Netanyahu stated that everyone should walk away […]