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Small Changes Expected in February Reports

Compared to January’s market-movers, the February USDA reports are projected to include relatively small adjustments. “Traders are looking forward to the USDA report on Tuesday with the hope of... Read More


NHL Monday's Games N.Y. Rangers 2, New Jersey 1 Pittsburgh 6, Anaheim 2 Ottawa 5, Tampa Bay 1 Detroit 3, Florida 0 Tuesday's Games Los Angeles at Boston, 7 p.m. Florida at Buffalo, 7 p.m. Edmonton at New Jersey, 7 p.m. Anaheim at Philadelph... Read More


NBA Monday's Games Cleveland 120, Sacramento 100 Indiana 89, L.A. Lakers 87 L.A. Clippers 98, Philadelphia 92, OT Charlotte 108, Chicago 91 Brooklyn 105, Denver 104 Toronto 103, Detroit 89 New Orleans 116, Minnesota 102 Portland 112, Memphis... Read More

Brownback signs measure aimed at keeping courts open

TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) -- Republican Gov. Sam Brownback has signed legislation to keep Kansas' courts open following a legal dispute involving their budget and the state Supreme Court's power. Brownback signed the bill Monday, and it will take effect T... Read More

Kansas legislators endorse public safety measures

TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) -- Democratic legislators in both chambers of the Kansas Legislature are voicing their support for three bills designed to enhance public safety. One bill would use an additional fee on vehicle registrations to create a staffing ... Read More

KS Legislature considers special protections for gun industry

TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) -- A gun-dealers trade group is pushing legislation in several conservative states to restrict what it says is discrimination by financial institutions. The National Shooting Sports Foundation initiated legislation in Kansas, Geo... Read More

Security cameras to be added to Lexington High School

LEXINGTON - Nine new security cameras will be added to the high school addition after the Lexington School Board approved the proposal at Monday night's monthly meeting. Kidwell's proposal of $30,000 to install the cameras in five separate locations ... Read More

Australian Beef Exports to China Surge

In the restaurants of Beijing and Shanghai, patrons are asking where’s the beef. The question is proving a boon for Aussie ranchers like Sam Burton-Taylor, who is shipping ever-larger quantities of meat to satisfy the voracious appetite of China... Read More

(AUDIO) See For Yourself in Mexico - A Learning Experience with NE Soybean Board

Day 1 - February 8 The first day of the Nebraska Soybean Board's 'See For Yourself' learning experience was spend discussing the demand and import process of American soybeans. The first stop on the trip was to the Poerto Progresso. Where p... Read More

High School Basketball Scores

Monday's Scores< By The Associated Press= BOYS BASKETBALL= Beatrice 63, Lincoln Pius X 50 Bennington 57, Omaha Roncalli 44 Heartland Lutheran 41, Palmer 40 Omaha Gross Catholic 57, Elkhorn Mount Michael 48, OT Omaha Westside 74, Millard Wes... Read More

Cattle Reported Stolen in Woodson County, Kansas

A Kansas Livestock Association member has reported 625 head of cattle stolen over the last six months. The 500 lb. to 900 lb. steers and heifers were stolen from a facility near Yates Center in Woodson County.  KLA is offering up to $2,500 for in... Read More