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Most farm crops faring well in Kansas this season

WICHITA, Kan. (AP) — Spring-planted crops in Kansas are for the most part faring pretty well in Kansas so far this growing season in the wake of all the rain that hit when many were emerging. The... Read More

Boelus tractor pulling accident names released

The Howard County Sheriff's Office has released more information on the tractor pulling accident that occurred in Boelus Sunday afternoon that injured 5 people. They say the tractor pulling the weighted sled was being operated by Timothy Pfahl of Pap... Read More

Bird flu raises fears over vaccine supply, human risk

Lawmakers are raising concerns that the avian influenza outbreak that has devastated Midwest poultry producers could threaten supplies of human vaccines and possibly spread to people through swine. Top members of the House Energy and Commerce Comm... Read More

Kansas Joins Lawsuit Asking Court to Overturn ‘Waters of the U.S.’ Rule

Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt announced today that he has joined eight other state attorneys general in a lawsuit asking a federal court to overturn new water regulations that could significantly extend the regulatory reach of the federal gov... Read More

Report: Too many inmates out before prison riot in Nebraska

LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) _ A report investigating a deadly riot at a Nebraska prison says too many inmates were outside their cells at the time of the incident.   The report distributed Monday says multiple inmates at Tecumseh State Correctional... Read More

Missing Juniata man found

The Adams County Sheriff's Department in Hastings reports  that  a missing Juniata man has been found and he seems to be fine.  Floyd Hanson,  an 85 year old white male had not been driving for several months, however he was seen driving away fro... Read More

USDA Sees Record Soybean Planted Acreage

Corn and soybean stocks as of June 1 came in near pre-report estimates, at 4.45 billion bushels and 625 million bushels, respectively. USDA also expects record soybean acreage at 85.14 million acres, up from March's Prospective Plantings estimate of... Read More

2016 Dairy Margin Program Sign-Up Begins This Week

Sign-ups for the 2016 Dairy Margin Protection Program begin July 1. A U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) news release says the voluntary program provides financial assistance to participating dairy operations when the margin – the difference bet... Read More

Storm Makes New Hire

KEARNEY, Neb. – The Tri-City Storm announced Tuesday morning that Bill Muckalt   has been named the seventh head coach and general manager in franchise history, agreeing to a multi-year contract. Muckalt, a forward in the NHL for five seasons from... Read More

Ostrander leads her national team to title

NEW ORLEANS, La. - Alicia Ostrander's U.S. Collegiate National Team squad took first place at the program's round-robin tournament held in conjunction with the USA Volleyball Girls' Junior National Championships. Ostrander's CNT Blue Team defeated... Read More

West Nile Virus Arrives in Nebraska

  Lincoln – West Nile virus is synonymous with summer in Nebraska. A mosquito pool in Webster county is the first one to test positive for the virus this season. “We spend more time outdoors over the Fourth of July and throughout the summe... Read More