Budget Proposal Would Cost K-State, KU

ASSOCIATED PRESS - A legislative committee’s proposed budget for the Kansas higher education system would shift money away from Kansas State University and the main University of Kansas campus. T... Read More

2015 Irrigation Deliveries

It has come to our attention that inaccurate reports concerning Central’s irrigation deliveries for the 2015 irrigation season are circulating through the media, which is causing some confusion among Central’s irrigation customers. Central plans... Read More

Spring Training

SPRING TRAINING Thursday's Games= St. Louis 4, Miami 1 N.Y. Yankees 2, Pittsburgh 1 Baltimore (ss) 3, Tampa Bay 2 Houston 6, Philadelphia 3 Atlanta 6, Detroit 4 Chicago Cubs (ss) 2, Oakland 2, tie Cleveland 9, Cincinnati 3 Kansas City 5, T... Read More

ND House to mull change to anti-corporate farming law

BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) _ A North Dakota House committee is slated to review Senate legislation that exempts dairy and swine operations from the state's anti-corporate farming law. The Senate voted last month to allow non-family farm corporations to o... Read More

High School Basketball Scores

Click here for the latest from the Girls State Basketball Tournament ^Thursday's Scores< ^By The Associated Press= ^GIRLS BASKETBALL= ^Class A Tournament= ^Quarterfinal= Bellevue West 48, South Sioux City 37 Lincoln Northeast 58, Kearney ... Read More

FDA Analysis Demonstrates U.S. Milk Supply is Safe from Drug Residues

ARLINGTON, VA – A new report released Thursday by the Food and Drug Administration underscores the safety of the nation’s milk supply, and demonstrates that the regulations to keep drug residues out of milk are effective in protecting the public ... Read More

Romeo and Huskers scorch Illinois in Big Ten Tournament opener

Hoffman Estates, Ill. - Freshman guard Natalie Romeo tied a school record with seven three-pointers on her way to a career-high 26 points to lead seventh-seeded Nebraska to an 86-71 pounding of 10th-seeded Illinois in the second round of the Big Ten... Read More

Good News for Parents: New Study Shows Kids Eating More Healthy Food at School, Throwing Less Food Away

WASHINGTON, March 4, 2015 – A new study from the Rudd Center for Food Policy & Obesity at the University of Connecticut shows that children are eating healthier food at school and discarding less food since updated healthy school meal standards... Read More

Appeals court allows Nebraska gay marriage ban to stand

  OMAHA, Neb. (AP) — A federal appeals court has allowed Nebraska's gay marriage ban to stay in place, putting a federal judge's ruling striking down the ban on hold. The decision by the 8th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals means that Neb... Read More

LPD adds another man in blue

Recently the Lexington Police Department added another young body to their staff. Current University of Nebraska-Kearney student, Jordan Hawkins has been working with the LPD since Feb. 3 while he finishes up his Criminal Justice degree. A Norfolk... Read More

USDA Designates Sumner County in Kansas as a Primary Natural Disaster Area With Assistance to Producers in Surrounding States

WASHINGTON, March 4, 2015 - The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) has designated Sumner County in Kansas as a primary natural disaster area due to damages and losses caused by a recent drought. “Our hearts go out to those Kansas farmers and ... Read More