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Nebraska lawmaker calls for tightening child seat belt laws

LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) _ A state senator says Nebraska should keep children safe by requiring seat belts on school buses and mandating car seats for children younger than 8 years old. Sen. Robert H... Read More

Nebraska Lottery Celebrates State’s Anniversary with Nebraska 150 Scratch Game

$2 game features official Nebraska 150 Celebration logo Lincoln, NE – February 27, 2017 – To celebrate Nebraska’s 150th anniversary, the Nebraska Lottery is releasing a new $2 Scratch game, Nebraska 150. The Nebraska 150 Scratch game ... Read More

Crop Progress Looks at Winter Wheat, Livestock, Pasture and Range Conditions

For the month of February 2017, temperatures averaged six to eight degrees above normal across Nebraska, according to the USDA’s National Agricultural Statistics Service. Heavy snow occurred over northern portions of the State during the month. Tem... Read More

Shepard Earns All-Big Ten Honors

Nebraska sophomore Jessica Shepard earned All-Big Ten honors for the second straight season, claiming spots on the second team by both the coaches and Big Ten media when conference honors were announced on the BTN Women's Sports Report on Monday afte... Read More

Hastings College launching academic honors program

(Hastings, Nebraska) – Hastings College is currently accepting students into a four-year academic honors program, which will launch this fall for incoming first-year students. The program is designed for students who are committed to academ... Read More

Husker Offense Comes Alive in Win

Cathedral City, Calif. - A six-run fourth inning powered the Nebraska softball team to a 10-6 victory over Oregon State on Sunday in the Huskers' final game at the Mary Nutter Collegiate Classic. Fueled by the six-run inning, Nebraska set season... Read More

Fire in Chapman Claims Home of Mother and Son

CHAPMAN, Neb. - Just after 5:55 a.m. Monday, the Chapman Volunteer Fire and Rescue Department was dispatched to Seventh and Cady Street in Chapman to report of a house fire. Crews arrived to heavy smoke with flames erupting out of the north end of th... Read More

Registration Draws Near for 2017 Governor's Ag Conference

Early registration ends soon for the 29th Annual Governor’s Ag Conference, March 14-15, 2017, at the Holiday Inn and Convention Center in Kearney. After Feb. 28, the conference registration fee increases from $100 to $125. “The Governor’s Ag... Read More

First KS Hollow Stem Update

Cattle should be removed from wheat pastures when the crop reaches first hollow stem (FHS). Grazing past this stage can severely affect wheat yields (for a full explanation, please refer to eUpdate article “Optimal time to remove cattle from wheat ... Read More

Authorities seize nearly $750K worth of cocaine on I-80

LINCOLN - A California man is in jail after a police seized over 50 pounds of cocaine from the big rig he was driving. On Saturday, at approximately 5:30 .pm, Lancaster County Sheriff's deputies stopped an eastbound red 2006 Volvo semi-trailer truck ... Read More

USDA Designates Counties in KS and CO as Natural Disaster Areas Due to Drought

In response to a request from Jack Salava, Farm Service Agency’s (FSA) acting State Executive Director in Kansas, the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) has designated 13 counties in Kansas as primary natural disaster areas due to losses and dam... Read More