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Warm weather brings brings a taste of spring to central and western United States
Warm weather brings brings a taste of spring to central and western United States

A warm front is sweeping springlike weather across a large swath of the country in what is usually one of the coldest months of the year.

Ukrainian man pleads guilty in cyberattack that temporarily disrupted major Vermont hospital

Ukrainian man pleads guilty in cyberattack that temporarily disrupted major Vermont hospital

The U.S. Department of Justice says a Ukrainian man has pleaded guilty to involvement in two separate malware schemes, including a cyberattack that temporarily shut down some vital services at a major hospital in Vermont.

Nebraska lawmaker seeks to ban corporations from buying up single-family homes

Nebraska lawmaker seeks to ban corporations from buying up single-family homes

A Nebraska lawmaker is pushing a bill to forbid out-of-state hedge funds and other corporate entities from buying up single-family properties.

Nebraska Republican gives top priority to bill allowing abortions in cases of fatal fetal anomalies

Nebraska Republican gives top priority to bill allowing abortions in cases of fatal fetal anomalies

A Republican Nebraska lawmaker has given top priority to a bill that would allow abortions beyond the state’s 12-week ban in cases of fatal fetal anomalies.

Nebraska GOP bills target college professor tenure and diversity, equity and inclusion

Nebraska GOP bills target college professor tenure and diversity, equity and inclusion

Two bills being considered by Nebraska lawmakers mirror those seen across the country targeting diversity initiatives and college professors, The bills before the Legislature’s Education Committee include one that would ban diversity, equity and inclusion at state colleges and universities.

Plush wars? Squishmallows toy maker and Build-A-Bear sue each other over 'copycat' accusations

Plush wars? Squishmallows toy maker and Build-A-Bear sue each other over 'copycat' accusations

It turns out there are actually a lot of sharp elbows in the plush toy business.

Nebraska governor reverses course and says state will take federal funding to feed children

Nebraska governor reverses course and says state will take federal funding to feed children

Nebraska Gov. Jim Pillen has reversed course and now says he will accept federal funding to help feed hungry children during the summer break.