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Kearney YRTC employee resigns prior to arrest

On Monday, Courtney Phillips, CEO of the Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services, announced the resignation of an employee of the Youth Rehabilitation and Treatment Center in Kearney prior to... Read More

Cozad's 100th Meridian Museum to host 'Remembering Our Fallen'

The 100th Meridian Museum in Cozad will host the 'Remembering Our Fallen' exhibit September 7 - 12. The exhibit will be on display at the museum from 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. each day, with an opening ceremony planned for Thursday, September 8 beginning at 1... Read More

Fischer Convenes Roundtable with FCC on Rural Broadband

U.S. Senator Deb Fischer (R-Neb.), a member of the Senate Commerce Committee, welcomed Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Commissioner Michael O’Rielly to Nebraska. O’Rielly joined Fischer to host a roundtable discussion in Grand Island with... Read More

Embattled Nebraska senator declines to appear before panel

LINCOLN, Neb. - A Nebraska state senator is declining an invitation to speak before a legislative committee that is considering disciplinary action against him for having cybersex on a state laptop. An attorney for state Sen. Bill Kintner sent a l... Read More

Construction worker injured at Omaha zoo, authorities say

OMAHA, Neb. - Authorities say a construction worker has been injured at Omaha's Henry Doorly Zoo and Aquarium. The accident occurred shortly after 11:20 a.m. Monday, when the man was hurt while working near the Desert Dome. He was taken to Nebr... Read More

New USDA App Protects Cattle from Heat Stress

USDA's Agricultural Research Service (ARS) has launched a new smartphone application ("app") that forecasts conditions triggering heat stress in cattle. The app is available at both Google Play and the App Store. Compatible with Android and Apple... Read More

Weekly Crop Progress Numbers Bearish for Corn, Soybeans

Nine percent of the nation's corn crop was mature as of Aug. 28, according to USDA's latest Crop Progress report released Monday. That's two percentage points ahead of the five-year average. Corn condition held steady at 75% good to excellent. "DTN'... Read More

Hunter Named B1G Co-Setter of the Week

Nebraska junior setter Kelly Hunter was named the Big Ten Co-Setter of the Week on Monday after leading the top-ranked Huskers to a pair of top-10 wins over the weekend. Hunter coordinated the Husker attack with 12.43 assists per set in wins over ... Read More

Huskers Set for Strong Big Ten Home Schedule

The Nebraska women’s basketball team will play a 16-game Big Ten Conference schedule that includes all eight home games against 2016 postseason qualifiers at Pinnacle Bank Arena. The Huskers learned the dates of their Big Ten home battles when t... Read More

Bats: A Common Fear in Homes This Time of Year

Bats sometimes end up in our homes and most of the time they are as unhappy about being there as we are at finding them there. In the late summer and fall we see an increase in bats finding their way into our houses and apartments. This happens be... Read More

Former Lexington Police Chief Charlie Clark remembered

Former Lexington Police Chief Charlie Clark died Wednesday, August 24, in Waverly . He was 71. He served as Chief of Police in Lexington for 25 years, retiring in 2010. Charlie Clark was employed with the Lincoln Police Department for 16 years, reach... Read More