Gloria Sarmiento scrolls through her phone, pulling up photos of injured meatpacking workers as we head out of Lincoln — her Nebraska Appleseed colleague Magdalena "Maggie" Cazarez driving us north.
For the better part of two decades, Tim Hersh had been looking for a business venture that could include the entire family.
Adam Kauffman, a native of Gretna, graduated from the University of Nebraska College of Law in 2017, where he served as research editor for the Nebraska Law Review. While in law school, Adam clerked for the Nebraska Department of Justice’s Consumer Protection Division as the Janet D. Steiger…
The Lincoln Airport will likely miss out on a chance to add a new air carrier and at least one new destination because it cannot provide the financial incentive the airline wants.
My colleague Chris Dunker wrote an excellent data-driven story earlier this month looking at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln's recruitment of out-of-state students.
The spotlight was on workforce development, with a special emphasis on attracting young people to the state, during a Lincoln Chamber of Commerce breakfast gathering Wednesday that peered ahead to next year's session of the Legislature.
The 400,000-square-foot complex, located on the outskirts of Fremont, began processing chickens Sept. 9 and has slowly been scaling up operations.
It's not every day Nebraska travels overseas to play a football game. So interest is likely to be high among Husker fans for the game against Illinois that will be played in Dublin, Ireland, to open the 2021 season.
Customers made a partial return to the Chick-fil-A in south Lincoln on Thursday, two days after a man who caused a disturbance and drove his pickup into the restaurant was killed in an officer-involved shooting.
The Trump administration announced Friday it plans to implement new rules that will increase demand for ethanol, reversing a decline caused by exemptions given to oil refineries.
At first glance, Centro Hispano’s September networking breakfast held inside the Columbus Area Chamber of Commerce office may have seemed just like many of the others the organization hosts.
Jim Hellbusch says the story of Duo Lift Manufacturing doesn't actually start with his father opening the business in 1943, but with his great-great-grandfather coming in 1856 to a little patch of land in northeast Nebraska near the transcontinental railroad still owned by the Pawnee Indian Tribe.
Sen. Ben Sasse, the highest-profile hawker of Runzas in Nebraska and Washington, D.C., won't be slinging the hot beef and cabbage sandwiches at Saturday's Husker game against Northern Illinois.
A transgender woman lost her job Wednesday after telling an employee of the Nebraska Family Alliance she was no longer welcome at a Lincoln coffee shop.
The Columbus Fraternal Order of Eagles #1834 has a history that dates back to 1909 and has been an integral part of the development and tradition of the city. But, in the early part of this year, things weren’t looking too good.
Workers in meat-processing plants in Nebraska and across the country continue to suffer high rates of occupational injury and illness at a time when the Trump administration is authorizing higher production line speeds and reducing government oversight, according to a study released Wednesday.
Medica, which has been the only company offering Affordable Care Act-compliant health insurance in Nebraska for the past two years, is planning to expand its presence in the state in other coverage areas.
Valmont Industries in Columbus hosted corporate employees and local business leaders for an open house Friday that showcased a brand-new production facility where utility poles are constructed.
More than 9,000 homes and businesses in Nebraska will get access to affordable broadband internet thanks to a $124.5 million grant from the Federal Communications Commission.