Monthly Archive: October 2012

Middle Eastern refugees divided on how – and whether – to vote 0

Middle Eastern refugees divided on how – and whether – to vote

By Dan Holtmeyer, Special to NewsNetNebraska Jabbar Kaied, dressed in a suit, knelt on his hands and knees, touching his forehead to the carpet and murmuring in Arabic in the Nebraska Islamic Foundation, a...

Kerrey, Fischer in tight race in U.S. Senate finale 0

Kerrey, Fischer in tight race in U.S. Senate finale

Story and photos by Anna Reed, NewsNetNebraska With polls showing a tightening race, Democrat Bob Kerrey and Republican Deb Fischer are kicking their Nebraska U.S. Senate campaigns into full gear to get every vote...

Huskers earn blackshirts and division lead with 23-9 win 0

Huskers earn blackshirts and division lead with 23-9 win

Story by Grant Muessel, NewsNetNebraska After shutting down the Michigan offense, Nebraska rejoined the Top 25 and took the lead in the Big Ten Legends Division when the Huskers defeated the Wolverines 23-9 on...