class="page page-id-544 page-parent page-template page-template-page-templates page-template-news page-template-page-templatesnews-php group-blog masthead-fixed full-width singular wpb-js-composer js-comp-ver-4.12 vc_responsive"
News | KRVN Radio
Jury convicts man of murder in death of cousin

FALLS CITY, Neb. (AP) - A jury has convicted a 32-year-old man of first-degree murder in the death of his cousin in Falls City in southeast Nebraska. The Nebraska attorney general's office says the... Read More

(AUDIOI) Gothenburg fire class interrupted to fight fire

Cornstalk bales being hauled on a semi-trailer caught fire about 10 miles southeast of Gothenburg Saturday. Gothenburg Fire Chief Mark Ballmer says it was reported around 12:15pm. He estimates there were about 20 bales on the trailer and al... Read More

Taking a look at what’s next for death penalty in Nebraska

LINCOLN--Now what? That's the question many were asking regarding the recent death penalty referendum result that saw the state bring back capital punishment. Many death penalty opponents claimed before the vote that a win for the repeal side w... Read More

Double fatality accident reported in Merrick County

The Merrick County Sheriff's Office is investigating a double fatality accident. Sheriff John Westman says they were summoned to a one vehicle rollover around 1:53am Saturday. Two occupants were ejected and pronounced dead at the scene locat... Read More

New KLA Officers Come From Multi-Generation Family Businesses

Clark County rancher and farmer David Clawson of Englewood has been elected the 100th president of the Kansas Livestock Association (KLA). Members chose Finney County cattleman Lee Reeve from Garden City as president elect. The new officers were elec... Read More


Brandon Benitz sits down with Doug Kristensen, the Chancellor at the University of Nebraska at Kearney, for our weekly “Chat with the Chancellor” of the Fall 2016 semester. This week, we talked about the tragedy at Ohio State, and the situatio... Read More

National Corn Growers Association Welcomes Court Ruling on Seed Protection Case

In a win for farmers' rights to use proven-safe technology, the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California ruled last week that additional regulation of treated seeds would unnecessarily duplicate the Environmental Protection Agency'... Read More

Lexington Boys Win On The Road

Ogallala-Lexington picked up it's first win under head coach Jonah Bradley on Friday night as they downed Ogallala 61-58. Lexington led by eight in the first half and eleven in the second half only to see the Indians come back and retake the lead. Th... Read More

How the Trump Administration can Champion Food and Agriculture

(Opinion piece courtesy of The Hill) The food and agriculture system underpins the wellbeing of our families and our nation, so it’s crucial for our president-elect to make American agriculture a priority. AGree stands ready to work with Presiden... Read More

(Audio) Hebron Volunteer Fire Department Adds New Equipment to Fleet

Hebron, Neb. - The Hebron Volunteer Fire Department has added a new piece of equipment to their fleet. Wednesday, the crew traveled to Breda, Iowa to pick up the brand new Toyne Spartan Chassis Fire Engine. Hebron Volunteer Fire Department Chief, BJ ... Read More

Tello's header sends Men's Soccer to the national championship

DELRAY BEACH, Fla.—With its third straight extra time or shootout win, Hastings (Neb.) heads to the NAIA Men's Soccer National Championship game for the first time since 2011. The Palm Beach County Sports Commission and Keiser University (Fla.... Read More