Monthly Archive: May 2013

Spring brings out motorcycle riders, more of them are women 0

Spring brings out motorcycle riders, more of them are women

By Amanda Woita, NewsNetNebraska On a motorcycle, the wind is loud, even going slower than 40 mph without a helmet. The air is crisp and the cold makes its way through your clothes. Bumps...

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Nebraskan students learn how to surf in California

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RPhT46nCOD0[/youtube] By Tiago Zenero, NewsNetNebraska The instructors shouted to every beginner in surfing class as they tried to balance on the surfboard without succeeding. “Eyes on the nose, eyes on the nose!” they said,...

Human trafficking advocates work to protect children, other victims 2

Human trafficking advocates work to protect children, other victims

By Christine Scalora, NewsNetNebraska She had four children by the time she was 19. The first child was fathered by her uncle. She was sexually abused by two uncles and her dad. Now she’s...

Value of new speedy internet option in downtown Lincoln debated 0

Value of new speedy internet option in downtown Lincoln debated

By Reed Samson, NewsNetNebraska Within a month, Lincoln’s downtown district will have a new high speed internet service available that — theoretically — few other metro communities nationwide will be able to keep up...

Future of Nebraska agriculture is wildly different, speaker says 0

Future of Nebraska agriculture is wildly different, speaker says

By Reed Samson, NewsNetNebraska Evolutionary biologist Wes Jackson challenged the way agriculture is produced in the grain belt of America last Friday, saying its success has been our failure. “We live a good life,” Jackson...

2013 Big Ten Football Preview 0

2013 Big Ten Football Preview

By Jake Bockoven, NewsNetNebraska Ohio State is going to run away with the Big 10 conference crown this upcoming football season. That is, if numbers crunched by NewsNetNebraska in an attempt to predict the...