Omaha Boy Scouts Giving Used Christmas Trees

Dozens of Boy Scouts are giving used Christmas trees in the Omaha area a second life. The scouts of Troop 282 and others kicked off an annual tree collection campaign on Saturday. They'll be pickin... Read More

NBA Scores and Schedule

NATIONAL BASKETBALL ASSOCIATION SATURDAY'S GAMES Final     Toronto       110  L-A Clippers   98 Final     Washington    101  Boston         88 Final     Orlando       102  Charlotte      94 Final ... Read More

Tri-State Beef Conference To Be Held Next Month

The second annual Three-State Beef Conference is scheduled next month in Iowa, Missouri and Nebraska. Topics titles include ``Financial Impacts of Fertility and Infertility in the Current Cattle Market.'' The first conference session is in Cres... Read More

Falling grain prices, record cattle prices mark 2014 season

WICHITA, Kan.  - AP.    Farmers and ranchers across Kansas are wrapping a growing season marked by rapidly changing fortunes buffeted by weather and markets. The 2014 farming year in Kansas brought a meager winter wheat harvest before late sp... Read More

NHL Scores

NATIONAL HOCKEY LEAGUE SATURDAY'S SCORES Final 2 OT  Arizona       2  Anaheim         1 (SO Arizona 1-0) Final      Columbus      6  Boston          2 Final      Tampa Bay     2  Carolina      ... Read More

Nebraska agency sets workshop on trophy scoring

The Nebraska Game and Parks Commission has scheduled a Lincoln workshop on how to score a hunting trophy. The free workshop is set to begin at 6:30 p.m. Jan. 8 at the Game and Parks Outdoor Recreation Center. Randy Stutheit will cover the basic... Read More

Christmas tree collections around Nebraska

With Christmas 2014 a fading memory, Christmas tree recycling sites around the state are opening up to take live Christmas trees. In Lincoln, there are seven sites around the city were live Christmas trees can be recycled through January 11. The t... Read More

Lincoln Airport exec says morning crush has eased

A Lincoln Airport official says the morning crush has eased for passengers. The Lincoln Journal Star reports that airport officials have worked with Delta Air Lines and the Transportation Security Agency to solve problems that began with another f... Read More

Early 2015 Climate Outlooks Show Colder Weather

Review of the new long range climate outlooks released from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration's Climate Prediction Center indicate that the wide variability in temperature swings of fall and winter are likely to continue; and the ... Read More

Nebraska Game and Parks to burn brush piles

The Nebraska Game and Parks Commission has announced it will burn brush piles, as weather and snow cover allow, at several sites across the state. Brush piles are created by the removal of invading trees in grassland or timber stands or from trees... Read More

Neb. traffic fatalities up 6% in 2014

Fatalities on Neb.  rural roads highest  in five years The number of  Nebraska traffic fatalities stands at  220 for the year compared with  208 by this time last year.  Nebraska Highway Safety Administrator Fred Zwonechek is disappointed in... Read More