Brett Baker

Executive Producer

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Brett Baker is an award-winning television news journalist and producer with more than 25 years of broadcast experience.

Brett is the Executive Producer of the Nebraska News & Information Network and produces 10/11's 6 p.m. and 10 p.m. shows.

Before moving to Lincoln he lived San Antonio, TX. For more than a decade, he served as the Senior Sports Producer at KSAT 12. His work was twice recognized by the Associated Press’ as the 'Best Sportscast' in the state of Texas.

Brett is a proud graduate of the U.S. Military’s Defense Information School and an Air Force veteran. His career has taken to him to 17 countries, covering everything from Presidential visits to the war in the Balkans to the Super Bowl.

In his spare time Brett also serves as an Assistant Speech Coach at his alma matter, Malcolm High School.

He's originally from Malcolm, Nebraska and is very excited to work in the area that he calls home.


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Attorney General Jeff Sessions told the nation's cities Tuesday that they will lose millions in grant money if they don't help federal agents deport suspected undocumented immigrants held in local jails.

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The YPG announced Tuesday that David Taylor, 25, a U.S. Marine veteran from Florida, was "martyred" on July 16 while fighting ISIS in the Syrian city of Raqqa.

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Notorious Pedophile Priest Shanley to Leave Prison This Week

Shanley, one of the most notorious figures in the clergy sex abuse scandal, was sentenced in 2005 to 12 to 15 years in prison for raping a boy repeatedly at St. Jean's Parish in Newton in the 1980s.

EPA Chief Taps Taxpayer Dollars for Weekend Flights Home

Records show the head of the Environmental Protection Agency spent weekends in his home state during his first three months in office, frequently flying to and from Oklahoma at taxpayer's expense.