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New-look Bulldogs downed by No. 9 Dordt

SEWARD, Neb. – Missing some key pieces on Saturday, the Concordia University volleyball team faced a stiff challenge on Saturday afternoon when No. 9 Dordt invaded Walz Arena. The Defenders live... Read More

New rule could aid civilian recruitment of military police

LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) _ The Nebraska Crime Commission is considering a rule change that would make it easier for military police officers to become civilian enforcers of the law. The proposal would let the state's four law enforcement academies fast-tr... Read More

New Study: Nebraska's Highways Rank 4th in US in Condition, Cost-Effectiveness

Reason Foundation's Annual Highway Report ranks every state's highway system on pavement condition, traffic congestion, deficient bridges, traffic fatality rates, spending per-mile and more.   Los Angeles - Nebraska ranks 4th in the nation... Read More

Storm beats Lincoln, 3-1, to open regular season

Lincoln, Neb. – The Tri-City Storm opened the 2016-17 regular season with a 3-1 win against the Lincoln Stars Friday at the Ice Box. Monte Graham and Joe Cipollone scored for Tri-City in a 59-second span early in the second, putting the Storm up by... Read More

(Update) Multiple Vehicle Crash Claims Three Lives

(GIBBON, NEB.) — Three people were killed and two others injured in a multiple vehicle crash on Interstate 80 near the Gibbon exit in Buffalo County. RRN/ Multiple vehicle accident occurred just east of the Gibbon interchange on Interstate 80 l... Read More

Manitoba Canada Confirms New Case of PED Pig Farm

The Canadian province of Manitoba, a big piglet exporter to the United States, has confirmed its first case of Porcine Epidemic Diarrhea virus (PEDv) in three months, amid concerns that dirty trucks may be carrying the virus across the border. M... Read More

Wolves Take Down Knights

Loomis played host to Eustis-Farnam on Friday night and came away with a 32-20 win. In the first quarter, Levi Asp got the game going with a nine-yard touchdown run and after one-quarter Loomis led 8-0. In the second quarter the teams traded scores... Read More

Nebraska Game and Parks To Hold Fisheries Meetings

INCOLN – The public is invited to attend informational meetings across the state in October regarding the future of Nebraska’s aquatic resources. Fisheries personnel from the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission have been developing a road map for... Read More

NSP Hires Jordan Shearer as Executive Director for CO, NM and OK

National Sorghum Producers announces the hire of Jordan Shearer as the executive director for the Colorado, New Mexico and Oklahoma state sorghum organizations. Shearer will begin his new position on Oct. 3, 2016. “Jordan’s experience and affi... Read More

Kansas election official accused of not complying with order

ASSOCIATED PRESS - The American Civil Liberties Union is asking a judge to enforce her earlier order requiring Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach to put on voter rolls people who registered at motor vehicle offices without providing citizenship do... Read More

Alliance defeats Lexington

Alliance-The Alliance Bulldogs defended their home turf with a 31-7 over Lexington in Friday night.    With a hard nosed running game the Bulldigs built an 18-0 lead going into halftime. A powerful rushing game led by Jack Matulka and Tyler Tr... Read More