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Online security in a socially networked world 0

Online security in a socially networked world

Online security is becoming a growing concern in an increasingly connected world.     The rise of social networking means that more users are paying attention to online security when using sites like Facebook,...

Lincoln’s plans for future population ‘spike’ 0

Lincoln’s plans for future population ‘spike’

Story by Jake Sorensen, NewsNetNebraska Lincoln, Neb., is growing at a rapid pace. It’s current population of 262,000 could ‘boom’ another 120,000 people by 2040 according to U.S. Census Bureau projections. Is Lincoln ready...

Experts say college remains valuable investment 0

Experts say college remains valuable investment

Story by Christina Condreay | NewsNetNebraska With graduate school applications due, resume writing workshops to attend and December graduation approaching, a new class of college graduates is preparing to enter a tough workforce. National...

CoJMC students roll on Election Day 2012 0

CoJMC students roll on Election Day 2012

More than 100 students from the University of Nebraska Lincoln’s College of Journalism and Mass Communications turned the college into one of Nebraska’s largest news operations on Election Day and Night, Nov. 6, 2012....

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Huskers tame Lions in second half

  By Aaron Bowles, NewsNetNebraska Videos by Brandon Aksamit, NewsNetNebraska Photos by Lorena Carmona, NewsNetNebraska Nebraska pulled off another second half comeback, stealing a 32-23 victory from conference rival Penn State at Memorial Stadium...

Final vote tallies for Nebraska races 0

Final vote tallies for Nebraska races

              Final vote tallies for Greater Nebraska legislative races By Nebraska News Service Final vote tallies for Lincoln-area legislative races By Benjamin Welch, Nebraska News Service LINCOLN–Final vote...

Interactive map: Lincoln’s Election Day stories 0

Interactive map: Lincoln’s Election Day stories

Across Lincoln, people voted for the first time and they voted for the I-lost-count time. Lines short and long lead to ballots cast. Here’s a collection of short views into Election Day 2012 in...