Nebraska museums have yet to return over 100 sets of Native American remains
The inability to provide a proper burial is a familiar atrocity for tribes across the U.S., where the push to correct those injustices has found renewed energy since the 2021 discovery of mass graves at Indian boarding schools in Canada.
Gov. Pillen and Nebraska trade delegation meets with Japanese officials
Gov. Pillen, speaking from Japan on Monday, said a Nebraska trade delegation is winding down its weeklong mission that he said is building upon relationships the state has with international trade partners and businesses including Kawasaki Motors.
Nebraska job crunch brings immigration questions
Jim Vokal, Platte Institute: "If there's a way to get some folks that are already here in the state and translate that into to people working in Nebraska and fill jobs, I think people will have an interest in looking at what those policy solutions are.”