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Huskers Put Scare Into Bearcats

New York City – Behind a career-high 21 points from Tai Webster, Nebraska took No. 24 Cincinnati to the limit before falling, 65-62 at the Barclays Center Classic Friday night. Webster, was spect... Read More

Minden celebrating 100th anniversary of Christmas lights

MINDEN, Neb. (AP) _ Minden will begin its monthlong celebration of its Christmas lights when switches are flipped at dusk on Friday. The Kearney Hub reports that Minden city and tourism officials have been planning the 100th anniversary celebr... Read More

Icy roads blamed for two deaths in Kansas

KRVN, KANSAS NEWS BUREAU - At least two traffic deaths on  Thanksgiving Day are being blamed on icy roads in western Kansas. The Highway Patrol reports Frank Espinoza of Hanston was killed on K-156 in Hodgeman County Thursday afternoon when the ... Read More

 Fundamentals Signal Opportunities for Kansas Wheat in South America

Argentina may dominate the South American wheat market, but Kansas hard red winter (HRW) wheat is no insignificant player. Together with U.S. Wheat Associates (USW), the industry's export market development arm, Kansas wheat farmers are building mark... Read More

Thanksgiving Day traffic fatality in Crete

The Crete Police Department is investigating a fatality accident that occurred around 4:30pm Thanksgiving Day in the Saline County community. A spokesperson says it occurred on Highway 103 as a pickup lost control on a bridge and struck another... Read More

China Plans To Cut Domestic Corn Prices To Shrink Stockpiles

Beijing plans to cut local corn prices for a second year as it pushes to reignite stalled demand from its crisis-hit grain processors and whittle down the world's biggest corn stockpile, industry sources said. In its latest move to boost a sector ... Read More

U.S. Sorghum Use On The Rise as Prices Fall

A steep fall in prices of U.S. sorghum, used in breakfast cereals and as an alternative to corn for animal feed, has spurred domestic demand, which could prompt farmers to boost acres despite waning interest from top importer China. The ... Read More

Huskers Face Big Challenge On Saturday

The Nebraska women’s basketball team hits the road for the first time this Saturday when the Huskers take on UConn at the XL Center in Hartford. Tip-off between the Huskers and the Huskies is set for Noon central. NU is making their first-ever appe... Read More

Man arrested in burglary investigation in western Nebraska

OGALLALA, Neb. A man has been arrested in connection to a burglary investigation in western Nebraska. The Nebraska State Patrol and other law enforcement agencies said Wednesday that authorities arrested 34-year-old Dean Krajewski, of Ogallala, wi... Read More

UPDATE: EPA Halts Registration of Enlist Duo

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency said in a court motion Tuesday it wants to pull the plug on Dow AgroScience's Enlist Duo herbicide, citing "new information" it received about the potential environmental effects of the herbicide designed to w... Read More

Gordon-Rushville junior killed in Wednesday accident

A Wednesday evening accident claimed the life of a Gordon-Rushville High School junior. The Nebraska State Patrol said 16 year old Lane Malmberg was westbound on a county road a mile north of Gordon around 7:50 p.m. Wednesday evening when he faile... Read More