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Interstate 80 closure in eastern Nebraska

A stretch of Interstate 80 is closed in eastern Nebraska due to multiple semis involved in an accident. The eastbound lanes are closed at the York exit. The Westbound Lanes are closed at the S... 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

USDA Outlook Forum Sees Lower Production in 2017

In its early forecast for crop production, USDA's Outlook for crops lowers corn, soybean and wheat production for the 2017-18 crop year. In its early forecast for crop production, USDA's Outlook for crops lowers corn, soybean and wheat product... Read More

Slow-moving storm heads east after dumping snow on Nebraska

OMAHA, Neb. (AP) _ A slow-moving storm has dropped nearly 2 feet of snow in western Nebraska as it moves east through Iowa, covering highways and making travel treacherous. The interstates and major highways remained open Friday morning desp... Read More

Plains HRW is Generally Dry and Vulnerable to Frost Damage

USDA reported state planted area statistics for hard red winter (HRW), soft red winter (SRW) and soft white (SW) winter wheat in its Jan. 12 Winter Wheat and Canola Seeding Report. At this week’s Wheat Quality Council and Plains Grains Inc. board m... Read More

R-CALF To Hold Producer Meetings In Missouri

R-CALF USA CEO Bill Bullard will continue his group's speaking tour March 7-9 in Missouri to discuss the fundamental changes his group says are needed to prevent the U.S. cattle industry from being "chickenized" by the handful of remaining multinatio... Read More

(Audio) Swedes Roll Past Hershey In Subdistrict Final

NORTH PLATTE - The Gothenburg Swedes took one more step to being the first team in 88 years at Gothenburg to make a return trip to state. Gothenburg beat Hershey in the C1-11 sub district final 78-61 on Thursday night. Hershey came into the game as o... Read More

UNMC College of Nursing to celebrate 100th year

The University of Nebraska Medical Center College of Nursing, the state’s oldest publicly-supported nursing college, will celebrate its 100th anniversary beginning in October. The college, which is part of the University of Nebraska Medical Cent... Read More

Ag Industry Execs Brace for More Low Returns, Volatile Trade

While it's true that the farm economy has historically cycled through ups and downs with some regularity, don't expect to ride the up cycle anytime soon. That was the message from Rajiv Singh, Rabobank's North American wholesale CEO. Based on the co... Read More

Sasse Offers New EPA Administrator 100 Day Agenda

Fremont, NE - Today, U.S. Senator Ben Sasse sent Scott Pruitt, the newly confirmed administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), a letter inviting the administrator to Nebraska and outlining a constitutional, pro-growth agenda for the f... Read More