House Planning Vote on Requirements for EPA Regulations

While no date has been set in stone,  House Majority leader Kevin McCarthy says a vote will be “soon” on Environmental Protection Agency regulations requirements. He says the House will vote on l... Read More

Thursday night football scores

^By The Associated Press= ^PREP FOOTBALL= ^Class D-1= ^First Round= Amherst 50, Ansley-Litchfield 22 Bloomfield 66, Scribner-Snyder 56 Blue Hill 55, North Central 29 Bruning-Davenport/Shickley 50, Omaha Christian Academy 0 Burwell 52, Perkins... Read More

Pelini praises defensive line heading into Purdue game Saturday

Lincoln, Neb. – Nebraska Head Coach Bo Pelini said the Huskers “had a good week of practice” after Thursday’s 45-minute walk through at the Hawks Championship Center. “We got a lot done here today,” Pelini said. “We cleaned up some ... Read More

Husker women ranked 16th

The Nebraska women's basketball team opens the 2014-15 campaign with a No. 16 ranking in the Associated Press Preseason Top 25 that was recently released. The Huskers, who return four starters from a 2013-14 squad that finished 26-7 overall and 12... Read More

Sasse hoping to address multiple kinds of reform in Washington

There are multiple things Ben Sasse wants to address if elected to the U.S. Senate seat in Washington. Sasse says they include real entitlement and regulatory reform. "The big two for me have been from the beginning we need to do real entitlement ... Read More

Huskers to face Big Ten newcomers

The 14th-ranked Nebraska volleyball team heads to the East Coast this weekend to battle the two Big Ten newcomers, Rutgers and Maryland. The Huskers will face Rutgers on Halloween on Friday at 6 p.m. (CT) in Piscataway, N.J. Nebraska will then head d... Read More

Minden Bond Issue to be decided

Minden Public Schools has a bond issue of about $23 million that will be decided on Tuesday. Superintendent Dr. Melissa Wheelock says the scope of the project is a new high school connected to the middle school. "The scope of the project calls for... Read More

U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service seeks public comment on environmental impacts of proposed transmission line in Nebraska

The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is publishing a Notice of Intent to prepare an Environmental Impact Statement that will assess the natural and human effects of issuing a permit to authorize the take of the federally endangered American burying bee... Read More

CNPPID To Hold J-2 Reservoir Public Hearings

The Central Nebraska Public Power and Irrigation District will hold a series of public hearings next week about the J-2 Regulating Reservoirs project that would be constructed south of the Platte River between Lexington and Overton. The schedule f... Read More

CNPPID schedules three public hearings on controversial J-2 Regulating Reservoir

The Central Nebraska Public Power and Irrigation District will hold a series of public hearings next week about the J-2 Regulating Reservoirs project that would be constructed south of the Platte River between Lexington and Overton. The schedule f... Read More

Governor hopefuls say vets home decision stands

Nebraska's candidates for governor say they won't interfere with a decision to build the new Central Nebraska Veterans' Home in Kearney instead of Grand Island. But the Kearney Hub reports that Republican Pete Ricketts and Democrat Chuck Hassebroo... Read More