Closing the book on Borders

The nation's second largest bookstore chain is going out of business. Borders began liquidation of their remaining 399 stores Friday, with the process set for completion by the end of September. The end of Borders means the chain's 10,700 employees will lose their jobs.


POT Crossing: Marijuana creeps its way into Nebraska due to Colorado legalization, UNO...

By Jackson Taylor, News Editor Amendment 64 was enacted In November 2012, allowing adults in Colorado aged 21 and older to grow up to six...

FBI investigation links five shootings to one gunman

Five shootings at military bases in Northern Virginia in the past three weeks now have been linked to the same shooter, leading to concern that the suspect may be targeting the U.S. Marine Corps.


Flow of politics disrupts Keystone XL pipeline

By Hannah Gill, Contributor Dave Domina may have lost his bid for Senate, but his role as lawyer for the plaintiffs in Nebraska may give...

UNO student wins “Big Fan” gameshow

Cassie Wade NEWS EDITOR Many people have a favorite celebrity but few have had the chance to meet them and test their knowledge about the celebrity...

University leaders respond to DACA announcement

By Cassie Wade MANAGING EDITOR University of Nebraska president Hank Bounds and University of Nebraska at Omaha Chancellor Jeffrey Gold released statements Tuesday morning in response...

DACA’s affect on UNO “Dreamers”

Grant Sobetski CONTRIBUTOR In the face of the possible impending termination of DACA, NU President Hank Bounds released a statement Sept. 5, 2017 in support of...

We Can’t Wait:

Over the last few weeks, I've had the opportunity to get out of Washington and talk with folks across the country about how we can create jobs and get our economy growing faster.