Officials at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln have released records related to its plan to privatize the university's health services following a letter from the state attorney general’s office that said the records were public.
After deliberating for more than eight hours, a jury decided the Millard Public School District did not violate the First Amendment rights of two students who wore “RIP” clothing. Jurors were unable to decide whether a third student’s rights were violated.
Thetwo-year legal saga stemming from a Nebraska high school’s actions to curb whatit claimed was “gang-related” speech will proceed to the courtroom after ajudge denied the school district’s motion for dismissal Tuesday.
A judge dismissed a libel suit Wednesday against theUniversity of Nebraska’s student newspaper after the plaintiff, a former Boardof Regents member, failed to satisfy his burden of proof in the four-year-oldlawsuit.
A modified bill aimed at statewideprotection for student freedom of speech has been reintroduced in the Nebraskalegislature.
A $700,000 libel suit against the University ofNebraska at Lincoln's student newspaper will continue after a state judgedeclined to award summary judgment in the newspaper's favor.
A new bill aims to require the Nebraska SchoolActivities Association to comply with state open records and meetings law.
Legislation proposing a statewide student freedom of expression act inNebraska is up for public hearing next Tuesday.
The principal of Bellevue East High School willonly allow student editors of the school's newspaper to publish thedrastically edited version of a Q&A with the superintendent of the schooldistrict rather than original report.
A recent dispute that had the University ofNebraska-Lincoln's administration giving the silent treatment to the DailyNebraskan, the school's newspaper, may have been resolved.