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(Video) Huskers Knocked Out Of Tourney Early

Omaha – Nebraska's trip to Omaha was a short one this time around as the Huskers went 0-2 at the Big Ten Tournament falling to Indiana on Thursday 6-2. NU had just swept Indiana last weekend in Linc... Read More

KDA Seeks Participants for Beef Genetics Trade Missions

MANHATTAN, Kan. – The Kansas Department of Agriculture is seeking individuals to participate on agricultural trade missions to Argentina and Uruguay. Tentatively, the Argentina mission will take place July 25-31, 2016, and the Uruguay mission Sept.... Read More

WOTUS Agriculture Exemptions in Question

The waters of the United States rule may be halted nationally by a federal court but a district of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers in California already is and has been enforcing aspects of the rule, according to testimony given to a U.S. Senate com... Read More

Aquatic Invasive Species Boat Inspectors Working Across the State

LINCOLN – Boaters enjoying some of Nebraska’s major public waters may be contacted by boat inspectors this summer. Inspections will reduce the risk of aquatic invasive species (AIS) being spread across the state. Inspections will include a... Read More

FDA Issues Final Food Defense Regulation

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration today finalized a new food safety rule under the landmark, bipartisan FDA Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) that will help to prevent wide-scale public health harm by requiring companies in the Unite... Read More

Report Says Brazil May Lift Foreign Land Purchase Restriction

The new government in Brazil will review a 2010 decision to bar foreigners from buying large tracts of farm land, a local press report said Wednesday. According to O Globo, a local daily, advisers close to Interim President Michel Temer want to over... Read More

Top Kansas lawmaker leads protest on federal LGBT directive

TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) -- A top Kansas legislator is drafting a letter to federal officials promising resistance to a recent directive on accommodating transgender students in public schools. House Speaker Ray Merrick circulated a copy of the letter We... Read More

Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever Cases in Southwest Nebraska

Two cases of Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever have been confirmed in the Southwest Nebraska Public Health Department district which includes: Chase, Dundy, Frontier, Furnas, Hayes, Hitchcock, Keith, Perkins and Red Willow counties. “Rocky Mountain Spot... Read More

Massive twister hits central Kansas

KRVN Kansas News Bureau - A massive tornado slammed into Dickinson County Wednesday night, destroying homes and injuring several people.   One Highway Patrol trooper said it was amazing no one was killed, but no deaths have been reported. Search an... Read More

GAO Report Affirms Continuous Improvement in Poultry Workplace Safety

TUCKER, Ga. – Our employees are our most important asset and their safety is of paramount importance. As such, the National Chicken Council, National Turkey Federation and U.S. Poultry & Egg Association fully cooperated with GAO for more than a... Read More

South-central Nebraska storms mostly winds, some hail and rain

Thunderstorms made their way through south-central Nebraska last evening.  Winds were mostly reported at 50 to 60mph.  A semi pulling a cattle trailer was apparently blown into a ditch along Highway 183 just south of the Phelps and Harlan County li... Read More