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GPAC Track And Field Results

(Sioux Center, Iowa) – The Doane College women and Concordia University men claimed team titles on Saturday at the 2015 Great Plains Athletic Conference (GPAC) Outdoor Track and Field Championships.... Read More

Minimum wage cut? Nebraska teens say they need the money

LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) _ Nebraska legislators who support a proposed minimum wage cut for student workers argue pay is less important for young employees than learning the value of hard work, but some teens say they're saving for college or helping pay f... Read More

Zoetis Accepting Nominations for Pig Caregivers Award

Do you know a pig caregiver who goes above and beyond to consistently provide superior pig care? Nominate him or her for the Honoring Caregivers award from Zoetis. Nominations for the Honoring Caregivers award — which recognizes exemplary pig ca... Read More

Nebraska Danger come from 15 points down to win in overtime

After a game highlighted by the inability to put the ball in the end zone, the Nebraska Danger beat the Billings Wolves 64-61 in overtime at the Heartland Event Center Saturday night. The first quarter saw the score go back and forth. A Jameel Sew... Read More

Another Loper Gets NFL Chance

Kearney, Neb. – Former Nebraska-Kearney offensive linemen Cole Manhart signed a free agent deal with the Philadelphia Eagles Saturday night. The two-time Division II All-American is the 10th Loper since 2000 to sign a free agent contract or rece... Read More

Storm's season comes to an end with Game 4 loss

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. – The Sioux Falls Stampede defeated the Tri-City Storm 7-3 in Game 4 of the Western Conference Final on Saturday night at the Denny Sanford Premier Center, putting an end to the Storm’s season by winning the series three game... Read More

Wheat tour to examine extent of damage from drought, disease

ASSOCIATED PRESS - Farmers and other agriculture industry leaders plan to fan out across Kansas in the coming days to examine the extent of damage to winter wheat from drought, disease and winterkill. The Wheat Quality Council’s hard red winter ... Read More

Keep the Power: How to Prepare for Tornado Season

During the aftermath of severe weather, the use of portable generators becomes more frequent. Generac Marketing Director Wynnie Zuchowski says generators make all the difference when severe weather strikes. "Generators can be extremely important i... Read More

Behind the Words: What Meat Labels Mean

MANHATTAN, Kan. – Overwhelmed, confused and unsure are just a few words to describe how many consumers feel when purchasing foods, particularly meat products. Today, the average meat case at a large retail store has more than 135 different items... Read More

Huskers outhit Wildcats but lose 5-to-0

Evanston, Ill. – Behind complete-game shutout from junior Matt Portland, the Northwestern Wildcats (15-30, 5-12 Big Ten) evened its series with the Nebraska baseball team (32-17, 7-10 Big Ten) on Saturday with a 5-0 win. The Huskers outhit the Wild... Read More

Kenny Bell headed to Tampa Bay

Nebraska receiver Kenny Bell became the third Husker chosen in the 2015 NFL Draft on Saturday afternoon. The record-setting receiver was taken by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in the fifth round, being selected with the 162nd overall pick in the draft. ... Read More