water Branstad joins lawsuit challenging EPA clean water rules By Associated Press • Nov 17, 2015 DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) — Iowa Gov. Terry Branstad has joined a federal lawsuit that challenges new federal rules on the oversight of smaller waterways, tributaries and wetlands. Water users file second lawsuit over lost irrigation water By Associated Press • Nov 5, 2015 CAMBRIDGE, Neb. (AP) — Frenchman Cambridge Irrigation District water users have filed a second lawsuit seeking damages for lost irrigation water. Study suggests link between nitrates, uranium contamination By Associated Press • Aug 18, 2015 OMAHA, Neb. (AP) — A new study suggests that nitrates may play a key role in increasing uranium contamination in groundwater. Groundwater regulators join forces for basin-wide water plan By Associated Press • Jul 13, 2015 LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) — Some of Nebraska's groundwater regulators are joining forces to ensure that their districts' long-term water supply remains sustainable. Senators: More scrutiny needed for proposed wastewater site By Associated Press • Apr 14, 2015 LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) — State lawmakers are calling for greater scrutiny of a proposed disposal well for fracking water in western Nebraska. Report examines pollution in Nebraska's waterways By Katie Knapp Schubert • Jun 24, 2014 A new report says Nebraska has the sixth most polluted waterways in the nation. Heineman signs Neb. water sustainability bill By Associated Press • Apr 17, 2014 LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) — Governor Dave Heineman has signed a bill designed to help Nebraska prepare for floods, water shortages and water quality problems. Group backs state aid to preserve water supply By Associated Press • Oct 21, 2013 LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) — A leading groundwater management group says state aid for canals, ponds and other storage projects is the best way to preserve Nebraska's long-term water supply.