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Child Flu Death Reported to DHHS, Flu activity still high across state

Lincoln – A child flu-related death in eastern Nebraska was reported to the Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services. State health officials said that it’s not unusual for there to be so... Read More

Registration Open for 2017 Cornhusker State Games

New Events Include 3-on-3 Basketball and Foot Golf LINCOLN, Neb. (January 5, 2017) — Registration is open for the 33rd annual Cornhusker State Games, featuring competition in 68 sports at 62 venues in Lincoln, Omaha and surrounding communities... Read More

NCBA Cries 'FakeNews' On Latest COOL Video

NCBA calls bull on some #FakeNews that recently aired on Tomi Lahren's show. Lahren's show on The Blaze gets quite a bit of internet airplay and she again took on the issue of Country Of Origin Labeling on beef and called out the National Cattleme... Read More

Lincoln bank robbed

LINCOLN - Just after 9:30 Friday morning, Lincoln Police responded to a bank robbery at US Bank, 5501 S. 56th Street. The suspect demanded money. Though no weapon was displayed, he did threaten to harm the employee. The suspect left with an undisclos... Read More

USDA Expects Growth in Beef, Hog and Poultry Production

Is there such a thing as too much meat? Maybe, according to the USDA World Agricultural Board. In an initial 2017 outlook comments for the beef, pork, and poultry industry, USDA cited 2016 as a record year for meat production in the U.S., which coul... Read More

(UPDATE) I-80 Westbound Closed West of Lincoln, Eastbound Re-Opened

Interstate 80 Eastbound from York to Seward has now been re-opened according to the Nebraska Department of Roads. Interstate 80 Westbound remains closed from just west of Lincoln to Waco due to road conditions and multiple accidents. ... Read More

NSAA Duals Tournament Returns To Kearney

Kearney is once again hosting the NSAA Dual State Wrestling tournament this Saturday. Schools from our region that will be competing include in Class A, Kearney, in Class B, Northwest, In Class C, Ord, Broken Bow, and Kearney Catholic will all compet... Read More

Bacon Shortage Unlikely Despite Record-Low U.S. Pork Belly Stocks

A second straight month of record low U.S. pork belly inventories in January will likely intensify speculation about a potential national bacon shortage, but analysts said more supply will soon be available. In early February, the Ohio Pork Counci... Read More

Counterfeit cookie dough: Woman buys 5 boxes with bogus bill

OMAHA, Neb. (AP) _ Police are seeking a woman who passed a counterfeit $100 bill to buy five boxes of Girl Scout cookies in west Omaha. Authorities say some Girl Scouts had set up outside a store Wednesday afternoon when the woman approached. She ... Read More

Southern Valley Falls To Southwest

COZAD- A pair of teams from the RPAC conference battled on Thursday night for the right to play on, and face the winner of the C2-12 subdistrict. It was the Roughriders of Southwest who prevailed as the victors, winning 42-38. In this low scoring aff... Read More

Nebraska could increase prison sentences for sex traffickers

LINCOLN, Neb. - Nebraska lawmakers are considering increasing penalties for people who buy and sell sex. Sen. Patty Pansing Brooks of Lincoln told a legislative committee on Wednesday that her measure would send a strong message to people engaged ... Read More