Kansas Urges Judge Not to Rule on Gay Marriage

The Kansas attorney general’s office has argued that a federal court should not weigh in on the state’s gay marriage ban until the Kansas Supreme Court has reviewed it. Assistant Attorney General ... Read More

Haymakers Win Big

Cozad-Fueled by a huge first half from Quarterback Connor Young the Cozad Haymakers advanced on in the Class C1 playoffs with a 41-13 win over Fort Calhoun on Friday night. Young scored on Cozad's second possession of the night on a 52 yard scramble ... Read More

Man injured in turkey hunting accident near Auburn

LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) _ Authorities are investigating a reported  hunting accident in southeast Nebraska near Auburn. A Nebraska Game and Parks Commission spokesman says the agency's officers and the Nemaha County Sheriff's Office are looking into t... Read More

Hospital Workers Recognized

73 hospital workers were recognized Friday, October 24th for their excellence in service by receiving the Nebraska Hospital Association's "Caring Kind" award. Three hospital workers from the Central Nebraska area who received the award include Dan... Read More

Sec. Gale: Plenty to motivate voter turnout in general election

With the November general election looming, Secretary of State John Gale is excited about the prospect for a strong voter turnout. After reviewing relevant data, he is hopeful it will reach 50 percent. With a major petition initiative on the ballo... Read More

Bunge CEO forecasts strong soy U.S. crush margins

Oilseed processors will profit from strong U.S. soybean crushing margins through the beginning of next year, as demand from domestic livestock producers and importers remains strong, the chief executive officer of Bunge Ltd said on Thursday. U.S... Read More

Domina talks about running for U.S. Senate

Democrat Dave Domina is running for the U.S. Senate seat in Washington. Domina says he was encouraged to run during the government shutdown. "Well I was approached by people who encouraged me to get in. At the time the Government had been shutdown... Read More

Huskers Ranked 21st To Open The Season

Lincoln – The Nebraska basketball program opens the season ranked 21st in the Associated Press Poll released Friday morning. The Huskers, who return all five starters from a team that went 19-13 and reached the NCAA Tournament, totaled 309 points f... Read More

Farmers and Ranchers Encouraged to Make Their Voices Heard

WASHINGTON, Oct. 31, 2014 – The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) is encouraging farmers and ranchers to make their voices heard by voting in the upcoming Farm Service Agency (FSA) County Committee elections. FSA Administrator Val Dolcini annou... Read More

NU presidential finalists could be named Monday

The University of Nebraska's presidential search committee could name four finalists for the job on Monday. The committee has amended its agenda for a scheduled meeting to allow for a vote on names that would be presented to the university's Board... Read More

Kansas Wants Terraces Exempt from CWA

Officials in Kansas argue they see plenty of evidence contrary to EPA's science on water connectivity, especially in the western part of the state. Kansas officials filed comments on Wednesday in the Federal Register asking EPA to withdraw its propo... Read More