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LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) -- The University of Nebraska-Lincoln is hosting a discussion about the growing national problem of cyberbullying. The event sponsored by the College of Journalism and Mass...
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2015/01/25 18:13
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Bill Belichick's news conferences are legendary. The New England Patriots coach is comically unwilling to offer a hint of useful information. His clipped responses come in mumbles and unenthusiastic...
2015/01/24 09:37
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Until one day a wizard came to town and declared,"All is not what it seems! The king and queen are wearing no clothes!" But the people said, "No, they're wearing designer labels!" The wizard explained...
2015/01/23 16:57
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... suis Charlie” helped unite a country and the world following the January 7 attack on the Charlie Hebdo newspaper offices in France. And a Maryville High graduate felt its effects much closer as...
2015/01/23 15:57
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The University of Nebraska-Kearney received quite the gift Friday: $2 million to help Nebraska children and families, according to a news release from the University of Nebraska Foundation. UNK...
2015/01/23 15:57
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Editor’s note: this is the second part of Boettner’s story on working abroad. Maryville High grad Ruth Boettner applied for the Teaching Assistant Program in France last January to continue her...
2015/01/23 14:23
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LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) -- An updated, long-term forecast says Nebraska will experience modest but steady economic growth over the next three years. The forecasters expect 32,000 more Nebraska jobs will...
2015/01/23 04:22
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Stunned scientists find FISH beneath 2,400ft-thick Antarctic ice sheet - and they could be getting energy from Earth's core Discovery made after drilling a small hole through the Ross Ice...
2015/01/22 05:03
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Bill Belichick's news conferences are legendary. The New England Patriots coach is comically unwilling to offer a hint of useful information. His clipped responses come in mumbles and unenthusiastic...
2015/01/20 22:20
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Scientists have long thought that snakes developed their slender, limbless form because of disrupted Hox genes, a set of genetic blueprints that help establish the body plans of vertebrates. Changes...
2015/01/20 05:58
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At a remote research center on the Nebraska plains, scientists are using surgery and breeding techniques to re-engineer the farm animal to fit the needs of the 21st-century meat industry. The...
2015/01/11 07:41
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DENVER (AP) - Climate scientists are gleaning valuable information about snowfall and droughts from errant satellite signals once considered a nuisance. The data comes from GPS receivers, mostly ones...
2015/01/09 17:38
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The College Football Hall of Fame announced its class of 2015 on Friday, which means 15 players and two coaches are now set to be enshrined among the sport's elite. This year's class is headlined by...
2015/01/09 05:31
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PC Data Two interns recently were hired for the spring 2011 semester. Joseph Thomas and Jessica Krzywicki are both pursuing a bachelor's in mass communications at King's College; Ms. Krzywicki is...
2015/01/08 12:21
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Hissstory re-written: Snakes didn't lose their necks as they evolved from their ancestors - mammals and birds just GAINED them They have shed new light on how snakes evolved their legless...
2015/01/07 18:33
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WESH-Channel 2 has revealed the other anchor in its new weekend evening team: Iraq veteran Adrian Whitsett will join the NBC affiliate. "Adrian's experiences as a Marine and as a seasoned journalist...
2015/01/07 14:40
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... the performance of electronic memory devices degrades at high temperatures, a newly proposed memory actually requires temperatures in excess of 600 K to operate. Called...
2015/01/07 01:43
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Researchers say they have collected promising weather data by flying instrument-laden drones into big Western and Midwestern storms. Now they want to expand the project in hopes of learning more about...
2015/01/05 05:17
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Student Spotlight, Jan. 5, 2014 ■ Katherine Schwenke of Grand Junction was the recipient of a $500 Samuel and Martha McKelvie scholarship at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. ■ Emily Miller of...
2015/01/05 00:37
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Located at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, the National Drought Mitigation Center is a national and international leader in drought-related information. You've got a Founded in 1995 and led today...
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