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Huskers Open Big Ten Schedule at Indiana

Lincoln – The Huskers will open Big Ten action at defending regular-season champion Indiana on Dec. 28, as the Big Ten Conference announced its 2016-17 men’s basketball schedule Thursday afternoon... Read More

(AUDIO) Director Frakes and Gov. Ricketts speak on inmate assaults on staff

KRVN News Director Dave Schroeder visited with Gov. Pete Ricketts earlier this afternoon(Thurs) on the Nebraska Corrections Department and the latest assaults on staff... Statement from Nebraska Department of Corrections: LINCOLN, Neb. – ... Read More

(Audio) Minutemen Open Up Season On Friday

Lexington hits the road to begin the season on Friday night as they travel to Sidney to begin the campaign. Last year was a tough one for the Minutemen as they went 1-8. Fourth year head coach Jeff Rowan has a very young team that includes 33 sophomo... Read More

Attack on Nebraska prison staff involved a dozen inmates

LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) _ Officials say roughly a dozen inmates were involved in an attack on nine staff members at a Nebraska prison. Lincoln Correctional Center spokeswoman Tammy Kluver said Thursday that investigators were still trying to determ... Read More

(AUDIO) World champs, Husker favorites to compete in Hastings rodeo

Hastings, Neb. (August 22, 2016) – An exciting weekend is planned for Hastings. The annual Oregon Trail Rodeo stampedes into the Adams Co. Fairgrounds on August 26-28, with plenty of things to do, inside and outside the arena. Fans are tr... Read More

Field Day to Feature Advanced Farming Practices

A field day will dig into the subject of soil health with area farmers on Sept. 7. The Soil Health Partnership will showcase how changing nutrient management and tillage strategies, along with cover crop adoption, can create lasting environmental and... Read More

Soybean Growers from 11 States to Lead ASA's WISHH in 2016-17

American Soybean Association (ASA) President Richard Wilkins confirmed 15 soybean growers from 11 states to serve as ASA’s World Initiative for Soy in Human Health (WISHH) program committee in 2016-17. Officers are: Chairman Daryl Cates (IL), Vice ... Read More

Jacoby prepping to shoulder spot near top of Bulldog lineup

Seward - The Concordia women’s golf team may have the best threesome at the front of its lineup of any squad in the GPAC, but it’s going to need Emma Jacoby in order to complete that terrific trifecta. The product of Lincoln North Star High Schoo... Read More

Oct. 14 conference to address opioid abuse in Nebraska

According to the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services, the nation is in an unprecedented opioid epidemic. In 2014, more people died from drug overdoses than in any other year with the majority of those overdose deaths involving an opioid... Read More

NCTA Aggies and STEM featured at Nebraska State Fair

Fairgoers to the 147th Nebraska State Fair in Grand Island can learn about science, livestock, crops and agricultural education from students and staff of the Nebraska College of Technical Agriculture in Curtis. Nebraska’s only statewide technic... Read More

Governor cancels Lexington stop to head back to Lincoln

Gov. Pete Ricketts is cutting his out-state travel plans short today to return to Lincoln to address staff assaults at the Lincoln Correctional Center. He participated in a planned town hall this morning in North Platte but, has canceled plans for a ... Read More