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(AUDIO) Local students go behind the scenes of area businesses

LEXINGTON - Sophomores at Lexington High School took part in Business & Industry Tour day in the Dawson County area on Tuesday. After taking assessment tests to explore career options, Dawson Area... Read More

Republicans block Kansas House debate on Medicaid expansion

TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) — Republicans blocked a debate Wednesday in the Kansas House on a proposed expansion of the state's Medicaid program as part of a budget-balancing plan. The vote Wednesday in the GOP-dominated chamber was 85-37 against debating... Read More

Bill with new penalties for juveniles sexting advances

TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) -- The Kansas House has approved a bill designed to address sexting among middle and high school students. The chamber's 123-0 vote on Wednesday sends the measure to the Senate. The Topeka Capital-Journal reports that the bill is... Read More

NDEQ postpones community meetings on EPA's Clean Power Plan

Nebraska Department of Environmental Quality Director Jim Macy announced the postponement of meetings in nine communities across the state.  The meetings were intended to discuss the EPA Clean Power Plan mandate.   The decision to postpon... Read More

High School Football Schedules Released

The 2016-2017 Nebraska High School Football Schedules were released today. Click Below to view the schedules for each class. Read More

Central NE Racer's Reunion to feature former NASCAR great

Ken Schrader to highlight March 26 event (Gibbon, NE) Central Nebraska racing enthusiasts have some big news to cheer about with the announcement of what is being billed as the Central Nebraska Racer’s Reunion. The event, scheduled for March ... Read More

ASA Pledges to Defend Crop Insurance

The American Soybean Association (ASA) took a hard look at the budget proposal for fiscal year 2017 issued Tuesday from President Barack Obama. The association expressed strong opposition to a proposed $18 billion cut to crop insurance and a lack of ... Read More

NeFB Foundation for Agriculture 2016 Teachers of the Year Announced

LINCOLN, NE – The Nebraska Farm Bureau Foundation for Agriculture’s Board of Directors, Promotion and Education Committee and staff have selected two teachers as their 2016 Teachers of the Year. Anica Brown, a seventh grade teacher at Pound Mi... Read More

NSAA Releases Football Schedules

2016 Area Schedules Kearney 2016 Schedule: Week 1 @Grand Island Week 2 Lincoln East Week 3 @North Platte Week 4 @Lincoln Northeast Week 5 Fremont Week 6 Millard North Week 7 @Papillion-LaVista Week 8 @Creighton Preparatory School Week 9 Oma... Read More

City lawsuit alleges Nebraska mosque violating zoning rules

LEXINGTON, Neb. (AP) _ The city of Lexington has sued the local mosque, saying it's been violating city zoning ordinances. The lawsuit against the Islamic Center was filed Friday. The center wants to renovate the property it occupies and an adjacent... Read More

Company to pay $110,000 for no-call violations

TOPEKA, Kan.-AP- A California company has agreed to pay $110,000 in penalties and fees for violating the No-Call Act and Kansas Consumer Protection Act. Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt says Judson Enterprises Inc., doing business as K-Design... Read More