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Former Sen. Howard Lamb passed away

Former State Sen. Howard Lamb of Anslemo passed away Tuesday evening at a Kearney hospital. Lamb was involved in a two vehicle accident about a mile south of Broken Bow Monday afternoon and h... Read More

Nebraska State Fair shows growth since Grand Island move

GRAND ISLAND, Neb.  Officials say the Nebraska State Fair has seen success and growth since the event moved to Grand Island. The Grand Island Independent reports that fair executive director Joseph McDermott told the Grand Island Rotary Club on T... Read More

EPA Halts Registration of Enlist Duo

The Environmental Protection Agency is pulling the registration for Dow AgroSciences' Enlist Duo herbicide, the agency announced Tuesday in a court filing. EPA stated it is making that decision based on information Dow filed at the U.S. Patent Offic... Read More

Mega Millions ticket worth $1M sold at Kearney store

KEARNEY, Neb.  The Nebraska Lottery says a Mega Millions ticket worth $1 million has been sold at a Kearney store. The lottery said Wednesday that the ticket matched five numbers in Tuesday's drawing but not the Mega Ball number or the Megaplier.... Read More

2015 Silver Eagle Award to Honor Mike Johanns

Nebraska Farm Bureau has selected former U.S. Senator Mike Johanns of Nebraska as the 2015 recipient of its highest honor, the Silver Eagle Award. The award will be presented to Johanns on Dec. 8, at the 2015 Nebraska Farm Bureau Annual Meeting in L... Read More

(AUDIO) No Arrests In Alleged Rape At Husker Players' Home

Lincoln Police Chief Jim Peschong and Lancaster County Attorney Joe Kelly announced today that no arrests will be made and no charges filed in a reported rape at the home of NU quarterback Tommy Armstrong, wide receiver Jordan Westerkamp and  tight ... Read More

Lexington residents to see slight bump on utility rates

LEXINGTON - The Lexington City Council breezed through a quick agenda at Tuesday night's meeting. A resolution was approved setting utility rates to become effective January 1, 2016. Residents of Lexington will see an increase of $1 in Water Rates an... Read More

Kansas Congressman Asks House Leadership to Block WOTUS

Congressman Tim Huelskamp signed on to a letter urging House leadership to block implementation of the Waters of the United States (WOTUS) rule by not funding its implementation in the upcoming spending bill. “WOTUS is and always has been an att... Read More

CFTC Proposes Automated Trading Rule to Prevent Disruptions

The Commodity Futures Trading Commission is proposing a new rule to bring firms that specialize in algorithmic trading, which are responsible for an estimated 35% of futures trade, under its regulatory umbrella. The new rule would require about 100 ... Read More

Huskers Pick Up Fourth Win Of The Season

LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) _ Andrew White III and Shavon Shields combined for 23 first-half points to lead Nebraska past Arkansas-Pine Bluff 67-44 on Thursday night. The Cornhuskers (4-1) pulled away late in the opening period, holding the Golden Lions (1-4)... Read More

Top 25 College Basketball

Tuesday TOP-25 COLLEGE BASKETBALL< Final ( 1) Kentucky 82 Boston U. 62 Final ( 2) Maryland 77 Illinois St. 66 Final ( 5) Kansas 92 UCLA 73 Final ( 7) Oklahoma 96 Incarnate Word 63 Final ( 9) North Carolina 80 Kansas St. 70 Final (13) In... Read More