Nebraska

May 8, 2008, 6am PDT
<p>In Nebraska, a state experiencing just a moderate level of Hispanic immigration inflow, Attorney General Jon Bruning has drawn the line on who he’ll protect from abusive housing policies and who he won’t. For him, immigrants simply aren’t worth it.</p>
The Next American City
August 27, 2007, 8am PDT
<p>The population shift from rural to urban areas is making big changes in the Great Plains. While many rural small towns are disappearing, the shift is opening new doors for business and preservation.</p>
USA Today
March 23, 2007, 6am PDT
<p>New census figures are showing an increasing trend of rural population decline, as more and more people are moving to urban metropolitan areas. These are just two stories of waning population in some of the nation's rural areas.</p>
Omaha World-Herald, The Raliegh News & Observer
October 10, 2006, 8am PDT
<p>Omaha, Nebraska, may be leading the way for cities around the country to integrate urban design with their master plans. Omaha's far-reaching urban design standards could be law by the year's end.</p>
Metropolis Magazine
September 13, 2006, 6am PDT
A large subdivision in Nebraska is generating controversy over a zoning change that allows the developer to avoid paying for road improvements and maintenance. Residents fear this will open the door for other developers to find the same loophole.
Washington County Pilot-Tribune & Enterprise
August 9, 2005, 2pm PDT
Jack Nicklaus, Ben Crenshaw, and other golf course designers and investors have discovered that Nebraska's remote Sandhill prairies are perfect for stateside Scottish-style golf.
ESPN
October 1, 2004, 6am PDT
As incomes rise and public housing needs fall, the Winnebago tribe of Nebraska is planning a pedestrian-friendly village to keep members of the community on the reservation.
The New York Times
September 10, 2004, 5am PDT
How the Omaha metropolitan area can prepare for the next growth wave.
Omaha World Herald
September 7, 2004, 9am PDT
In recent years, the City of Omaha has made considerable progress in curbing and reversing negative trends, such as population loss and the deterioration of neighborhoods.
Omaha World Herald
August 30, 2004, 1pm PDT
If Portland and Houston are two extremes for planning, Lincoln, Nebraska is squarely in the middle, say observers.
Lincoln Journal Star
January 15, 2004, 5am PST
Private industry is financing an 'Omaha By Design' effort to improve city's design standards and guidelines.
Omaha World Herald
December 21, 2003, 3am PST
Public-private effort looks to improve development standards and guidelines.
Omaha World Herald
October 16, 2003, 2pm PDT
As 'Americans leave older urban centers for smaller, more manageable, less expensive areas with a high quality of life,' mid-sized cities, such as Omaha, NE, are taking on ambitious redevelopment efforts.
The Chicago Tribune
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