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Judge Calls mistrial After TV Station Airs Footage of Jurors

ASSOCIATED PRESS - A mistrial has been declared in a Kansas murder trial after a Nebraska television station aired footage of people in the jury pool. A judge put a stop Tuesday to the trial of 37-... Read More

Bullard, Webb Receive W.D. Farr Scholarships from the  National Cattlemen’s Foundation for 2016-17

Denver (Oct. 26, 2016) – Two graduate students have been presented with W.D. Farr Scholarships for the 2016-17 school year by the National Cattlemen’s Foundation.  Each $12,000 award recognizes superior achievement in academics and leadership, a... Read More

Few Expect GOP to Lose Majority, But Ag Committee Could See Changes

WASHINGTON (DTN) -- Only seven members of the House Agriculture Committee and the House Agriculture Appropriations Subcommittee have real races this election year, but the prospect for changes in membership on those committees in the next Congress is... Read More

Global Consumers Drive Grain Demand, Push Toward Transparency

Detroit — Food companies, including those supplying animal protein and grains, need to understand consumer expectations to remain successful, Todd Armstrong, senior director of Global Market Access at Elanco, told the more than 400 attendees of the... Read More

Gale & NBA withdraw PSAs from radio stations

In light of the strong objections to the public service announcements (PSAs) by Secretary of State John Gale as distributed through the Nebraska Broadcasters Association, Sec. Gale and the Nebraska Broadcasters Association have decided to withdraw bo... Read More

Point-of-Purchase Efforts to Increase Healthy Food Choice

The prevalence of overweight and obesity in the U.S. population has increased steadily over the past four decades, impacting health, livelihoods, and quality of life. Recent estimates of U.S. adult and childhood overweight and obesity rates suggest t... Read More

(Audio) Football Playoffs Begin On Thursday

The NSAA state high school football playoffs in Classes D1 and D2 begin on Thursday in  Nebraska. In Class D1 action, undefeated Elm Creek hosts 4-4 Cambridge. Two years ago the Buffaloes made a run through the playoffs before losing to eventual cha... Read More

Nebraska Farmers Union PAC Announces its 2016 General Election Endorsements

Lincoln, NE.  NEBFARMPAC, the political action committee of the Nebraska Farmers Union (NeFU), announced the candidates they have endorsed for the 2016 the general election that includes eight NeFU members listed in Bold.  The NEBFARMPAC Board of D... Read More

Inmate helped 2 others escape, Nebraska investigator says

LINCOLN, Neb. - An investigator says an inmate helped two others escape a Lincoln prison in a laundry truck. Nebraska State Patrol investigator Cory Townsend testified at a hearing Tuesday that the inmate piled clothes atop Timothy Clausen and Arm... Read More

Former Monroe Plant Debris Ignites

COZAD - Cozad Firefighters were called at 10:15 to a fire at the former Monroe Plant in Cozad. The plant has been demolished and is in the process of being salvaged. Piles of debris litter much of the property. It was while working on some of the ... Read More

D-1 playoff preview: Hemingford vs. Alma

The Class D-1 high school football playoffs open up tomorrow and here at KNEB we'll have coverage of the Hemingford home game against Alma. You can listen on 94.1 The Brand and online here. Both these teams were tied in power points after all t... Read More