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High School Basketball Scores

Friday's Scores By The Associated Press BOYS BASKETBALL Ansley-Litchfield 42, Sandhills/Thedford 38 Archbishop Bergan 60, Omaha Christian Academy 22 Aurora 57, Waverly 46 Bennington 71, Plattsmo... Read More

Hughes No Longer On NU Coaching Staff

University of Nebraska head football coach Mike Riley announced Friday that assistant coach Hank Hughes will not return to the staff in 2016.“I want to thank Hank for his hard work and contributions to our football program over the past year,” Ri... Read More

Husker Recruiting Profile

Nebraska is continuing build the offensive line with Matt Farniok. Farniok is a 4-star recruit and according to 247 sports he is the 24th ranked offensive tackle in the nation. Farniok stands at 6-4 and weighs 297 pounds. Farniok was in the process o... Read More

First Kansas Flu Cases

ASSOCIATED PRESS - Kansas health officials have confirmed the first flu cases in the state for the current flu season. The Kansas Department of Health and Environment says the four cases were reported by a south central Kansas hospital. Health ... Read More

PRCA prevails in portion of lawsuit by new rodeo association

The Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association, also known as the PRCA, has prevailed in an injunction in a lawsuit filed against the organization by a new group called the Elite Rodeo Association. The ERA will begin their inaugural season this... Read More

Nebraska Lawmakers End Ban on Packer-Owned Hogs

Lawmakers have passed a bill that would end Nebraska's status as the only state which prohibits in-state meatpackers from owning hogs. Senators voted 34-14 on Friday to approve the measure, which divided the state's farm groups and rural senators.... Read More

Bayer rejects EPA request to pull insecticide from U.S. market

CHICAGO - The agricultural unit of German chemicals company Bayer AG said on Friday it will fight a U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) request to pull one of its insecticides from the marketplace amid concerns that it could harm organisms in ... Read More

Kearney PD seeking assault suspect

The Kearney Police Department is investigating an assault and attempted robbery that occurred around 12:15am Friday February 5, 2016 at Casey’s General Store south. A man approached the clerk behind the counter, pulled out a sharp object ... Read More

Lexington downs Broken Bow

BROKEN BOW - Lexington boys and girls teams had success on the road Thursday night against the Indians of Broken Bow. The Minutemaids (6-13) defeated the Broken Bow girls (4-13), 37-27. In comeback fashion, the Lexington boys (5-12) edged the Indian... Read More

Hesston’s 100,000th Windrower to Roll Off Production Line

Hesston by Massey Ferguson, the industry’s leading hay equipment brand of AGCO Corporation (NYSE:AGCO) — who introduced the self-propelled windrower to the agricultural harvesting world more than 60 years ago — will complete the production of i... Read More

Nebraskan in baby wipe suffocation case takes plea deal

HASTINGS, Neb.  --  A Hastings woman accused of stuffing a baby wipe down the throat of a Nebraska toddler, killing her, has taken a plea deal.  An April 11 sentencing has been scheduled for Azudany Serrano-Contreras, who pleaded no contest and wa... Read More