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Top-Ranked Huskers Sweep No. 2 Texas Again

Top-Ranked Huskers Sweep No. 2 Texas Again EUGENE, Ore. - The top-ranked Nebraska volleyball team swept No. 2 Texas, 25-15, 25-16, 25-21, on Saturday at the VERT Challenge in a rematch of last yea... Read More

FDA Releases Food Safety Act Guidance

A few months after the Food and Drug Administration completed the last of seven final rules implementing the Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA), the agency has now released draft guidance documents designed to help companies comply with the sweepin... Read More

Galaxy of Stars contestants for State Fair announced

GRAND ISLAND – The Nebraska State Fair and Vision Productions, Inc. announce contestants from across Nebraska who have entered the Preliminary Galaxy of Stars® Talent Search Video Contest and local Partner Talent Searches and have qualified to adv... Read More

Manhunt underway in Clay County

Authorities have an area near Highway 6 in Clay County surrounded as they search for a woman. According to the Nebraska State Patrol, as a trooper was attempting to conduct a traffic stop, a woman fled from the vehicle. Upon investigation the vehi... Read More

Lexington man booked into jail twice in one afternoon

A 36-year-old Lexington man caused several calls for service for Lexington area officers on Thursday and was even booked into jail twice. Shortly before 10:30am, a woman reported an unknown man knocking on her door and kicking it while attem... Read More

Audit: Kansas' civil forfeiture laws too vague

ASSOCIATED PRESS - An audit has found some Kansas law enforcement agencies are taking advantage of vague state forfeiture laws to use those proceeds to pay for salaries and other apparent operating expenses. The practice creates an incentive for i... Read More

Bulldogs shut out in 2016 opener

KANSAS CITY, Mo. – Despite a two-to-one advantage in total shots, the Concordia University women’s soccer team suffered defeat as it opened the 2016 season at Avila University on Friday afternoon. The host Eagles used a goal apiece from Sydney... Read More

Concordia falls twice to quality opponents in Montana

BUTTE, Mont. – The early-season grind continued for the 20th-ranked Concordia University volleyball program on Friday as part of the first day of the Big Sky Volleyball Challenge hosted by Montana Tech. It was a day of heartbreak for the Bulldog... Read More

Farm Supply Co-ops and Other Ag Retailers Face Tighter Margins, Cyclical Challenges

Accounts receivable at farm supply co-ops and other ag retailers are growing and so are their challenges, according to a new report from CoBank. After an extended run of impressive financial performances, retailers are adjusting to a tougher economic... Read More

Lexington City Council approves solar power project

The city of Lexington will begin a project that will allow utilization of renewable fuels. On Tuesday, the Lexington City Council approved a power purchase agreement with Sol Systems of Washington D.C. to build on 30 acres of land in the Wesley... Read More

Hugoton KS Abengoa Cellulosic Ethanol Plant Draws Wide Interest

Abengoa Bioenergy's cellulosic ethanol plant in Hugoton, Kansas, could have a new owner by the end of October, an official with the company hired by Abengoa to sell the plant told DTN Wednesday in an exclusive interview. Mark Fisler, managing direct... Read More