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Grassley Calls for Hearing in September to Look at Seed, Chemical Mergers

OMAHA (DTN) -- Sen. Chuck Grassley, R-Iowa, chair of the Senate Judiciary Committee, announced Tuesday that his committee would hold a hearing on the current state of the agricultural seed and chemica... Read More

BPI Dropping Some from “Pink Slime

ABC news reporters Diane Sawyer and Jim Avila and American Broadcasting Companies Inc. remain as defendants in $1.2 billion lawsuit brought by Beef Products Inc. in Dakota Dunes, SD. However, the beef company that pioneered the product dubbed "pink s... Read More

(Video) Haymakers Ready To Bounce Back

Cozad is looking to bounce back after going 1-8 last season. Coach Brian Cargill returns four starters on offense and five on defense. He spoke recently with KRVN's Jayson Jorgensen about the upcoming season. Cozad ... Read More

Storms knock out power, flood streets in eastern Nebraska

OMAHA, Neb. - Thunderstorms have lashed several parts of eastern Nebraska, leaving thousands of people without power and some stranded by street flooding and storm debris. The National Weather Service says an off-duty weather service employee saw ... Read More

High School Softball Scores

Tuesday (08/23/2016) Aquinas Catholic 7, Bishop Neumann 0 Arlington 14, West Point-Beemer 1 Central City 10, Polk County 0 Chase County 16, Blue Hill 1 Conestoga 13, Omaha Mercy/Brownell Talbot 5 Elkhorn South 11, Papillion-LaVista South 0 G... Read More

Major League Baseball

MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL AMERICAN LEAGUE Tuesday's Scores Baltimore 8, Washington 1 Pittsburgh 7, Houston 1 Toronto 7, L.A. Angels 2 Boston 2, Tampa Bay 1 Cincinnati 3, Texas 0 Kansas City 1, Miami 0 Chicago White Sox 9, Philadelphia 1 Detroit... Read More

Indicator: Nebraska growth to moderate in early 2017

The latest leading indicator report from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln suggests Nebraska's economy could begin to cool off in early 2017. The indicator, a composite of economic factors that predict economic growth six months into the future, ros... Read More

Appeals court considers Kansas voting case

DENVER (AP) A federal appeals court in Denver will decide whether Kansas can keep thousands of people who haven't presented documents proving they're citizens from voting in November's election. Three judges from the 10th Circuit Court of Appeals ... Read More

ASSOCIATED PRESS - Southern Kansas flooding victims are cleaning up the mess torrential rains left behind. The Wichita Eagle reports that Mulvane city administrator Kent Hixson says 44 homes and five businesses inside the city limits saw some sort... Read More

Court: Out-of-State License Plates Don’t Justify Search

ASSOCIATED PRESS - A federal appeals court says law enforcement officials in Kansas cannot stop and search motorists for having nothing more than out-of-state license plates from states that have legalized marijuana. The 10th Circuit Court of Appe... Read More

Huskers Set Sights on Season Opener

Lincoln, Neb. --- The Nebraska football team practiced for two hours in full pads and helmets on Tuesday afternoon. The defense practiced inside the Hawks Championship Center while the offense practiced outside on the Ed and Joanne Gass Practice Fie... Read More