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Nebraska court lets transportation company expand in Lincoln

LINCOLN, Neb. -- The Nebraska Supreme Court has ruled that a transportation company which serves people with disabilities can expand its operations in Lincoln despite objections raised by taxi service... Read More

Cabela's to pay $1M to settle SEC complaint

SIDNEY, Neb.  Outdoor outfitter Cabela's has agreed to pay $1 million to settle a complaint from federal regulators that investors were misled about the Sidney-based company's 2012 profitability ratios. The Omaha World-Herald reports that Cabela'... Read More

EPA Takes it's Licks at House Ag Hearing

EPA received the brunt of the criticism from farm group representatives at a House Agriculture subcommittee hearing Wednesday focusing on the factors affecting the cost of producing the nation's food. And there was plenty of criticism. Jay Vro... Read More

Pursuit leads to capture of South Dakota murder suspect

(Scottsbluff, Neb.)-  A pursuit down Interstate 80 in western Nebraska led to the arrest of a man wanted in connection with an April 22 homicide in Sioux Falls, South Dakota. Wednesday evening, April 27, the Nebraska State Patrol was alerted by S... Read More

Osborne Receives Another Honor

LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) The football exhibit hall at the Nebraska High School Sports Hall of Fame will be named in honor of former University of Nebraska coach Tom Osborne. The Nebraska High School Sports Hall of Fame Foundation made the announcement Thur... Read More

Brief tornado that struck Omaha rated EF1, service says

OMAHA, Neb. The National Weather Service says a tornado that skipped along a few blocks of northwest Omaha was rated EF1, packing winds of 86 through 110 mph. The service says the tornado stayed on the ground for about eight blocks and seemed to b... Read More

K-State Crops Team completes successful spring season

MANHATTAN, Kan. – The Kansas State University Crops Team enjoyed a successful spring season at the North American Colleges and Teachers of Agriculture (NACTA) Judging Conference held recently at the University of Minnesota-Crookston. Ben Coomes,... Read More

Governor, NU President to address NCTA graduation

Curtis, Neb. - Nebraska Governor Pete Ricketts and University of Nebraska President Hank Bounds will deliver commencement addresses at the Nebraska College of Technical Agriculture in Curtis on May 5. Nearly 80 associate degrees and 1-year certifi... Read More

Hitchcock County authorities investigating murder-suicide

TRENTON, Neb.  -- Authorities are investigating a suspected murder-suicide in the southwest Nebraska community of Trenton. The Hitchcock County Sheriff's Office says the shootings were reported early Wednesday morning. Sheriff Bryan Leggott says th... Read More

Organic Farmers Encouraged to Apply for Cost Share Program

MANHATTAN, KAN. — Kansas organic producers or farmers interested in receiving organic certification are encouraged to apply to receive cost share funds.  The National Organic Certification Cost Share Program is funded by the 2014 Farm Bill and can... Read More

District Soccer Pairings Released

Click here for the pairings for District Soccer...... Read More