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Point-of-Purchase Efforts to Increase Healthy Food Choice

The prevalence of overweight and obesity in the U.S. population has increased steadily over the past four decades, impacting health, livelihoods, and quality of life. Recent estimates of U.S. adult an... Read More

Former Monroe Plant Debris Ignites

COZAD - Cozad Firefighters were called at 10:15 to a fire at the former Monroe Plant in Cozad. The plant has been demolished and is in the process of being salvaged. Piles of debris litter much of the property. It was while working on some of the ... Read More

D-1 playoff preview: Hemingford vs. Alma

The Class D-1 high school football playoffs open up tomorrow and here at KNEB we'll have coverage of the Hemingford home game against Alma. You can listen on 94.1 The Brand and online here. Both these teams were tied in power points after all t... Read More

Nebraska Farm Bureau Federation – PAC Names Halloran ‘Friend of Agriculture’

LINCOLN, NEB. – Steve Halloran of Hastings has been named a ‘Friend of Agriculture’ by NFBF-PAC, Nebraska Farm Bureau Federation’s political action committee. Halloran is seeking to represent District 33 in the Nebraska Legislature. “Ste... Read More

(Update) Two semi collision near Overton

The Nebraska State Patrol responded to a two semi crash at 5:18 a.m.  Wednesday approximately one mile east of the Overton I-80 interchange. A westbound semi driver fell asleep, over-corrected and turned the vehicle on its side in the median. The tr... Read More

North African Buying Team Visits Nebraska to See Corn Industry Firsthand

The U.S. Grains Council’s Export Exchange conference just wrapped up in Detroit, Michigan, and overseas grain buyers from the North African countries of Morocco and Tunisia have now seen corn harvest and ethanol production for themselves after maki... Read More

Lopers Picked To Win MIAA

KANSAS CITY, Mo. – Nebraska-Kearney tops the MIAA Preseason Wrestling Poll for the fifth straight season after winning their fourth straight MIAA Wrestling Tournament. The Lopers received all the possible first place votes as they are only team to ... Read More

Dr. Martin Massengale Chosen as Rotary Nebraskan of the Year

The Lincoln Rotary Club #14 is pleased to announce Dr. Martin Massengale as the 2016 Nebraskan of the Year.   The award was presented October 18th in Lincoln. The Rotary #14 Nebraskan of the Year award was established to honor and recognize t... Read More

Russian Duma Reiterates Call for US to Lift Cuba Trade Embargo

A call to lift the U.S. trade embargo against Cuba has once again come from the Russian Duma ahead of an Oct. 26 vote at the United Nations (UN). In the statement, the Russian parliamentarian condemned U.S. sanctions against Cuba. U.S. politics on t... Read More

Man accused of breaking 1 of baby's legs pleads not guilty

HASTINGS, Neb. - A January trial has been scheduled for a Hastings man accused of burning a 9-week-old and breaking one of the baby's legs. Online court records say 23-year-old Braxton Blackburn pleaded not guilty Friday in Adams County District C... Read More

(Audio) Wolves To Start Playoffs At Home

After claiming the D2-8 District title and going 8-0 in the regular season the Loomis Wolves hope to make a long run in the playoffs. This week KRVN's Jayson Jorgensen spoke with head coach Denis Reese about the Wolves big year.  Loomis will host No... Read More