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Indigo Bridge bookstore brought together three ideologically diverse voices to debate and discuss the issue of gun safety before the public. Panelists were local author Nils McConnell; Nebraskans Against Gun Violence Vice President Melody Vaccaro; and Thunder Alley Indoor Shooting Range co-owner Cruze Lauer.
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A group of Nebraska families gathered at the USCIS facility in Omaha to protest the existence of ICE and the Trump administration's policy of separating children from their families at the US-Mexico border. They were met with a cold reception.
By Casey Welsch June 28, 2018 Davenport, Iowa-based newspaper corporation Lee Enterprises will ta [...]
By Casey Welsch June 28, 2018 Much tension has risen recently over the Trump administration’s pol [...]
By Casey Welsch June 22, 2018 Is it possible for a landlord to make their money in an ethical way [...]
By Casey Welsch June 16, 2018 History was made, or perhaps remade, this week in the Nebraska Sand [...]
By Casey Welsch June 7, 2018 Lincoln City Councilman Carl Eskridge, a Democrat, is in his second [...]
Death Cow joined Hear Nebraska FM live in the KZUM studio May 7, 2018 for a live session and interview. Hear the Lincoln garage punk quartet perform songs from its debut album 'Slow Drown', talk about the demos that spawned it and dish on hosting house shows.