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Huskers Hang On to Edge Creighton

Omaha, Neb. - The Nebraska softball team posted its fifth straight win over Creighton on Tuesday, scoring early before holding on for a 5-4 win over the Bluejays on a cold and wet night at the CU Sports Complex. Nebraska (21-25) scored the first... Read More

Huskers Hit Three Home Runs in Win Over Omaha

Lincoln – The Nebraska baseball team (24-15-1, 7-4-1 Big Ten) hit a season-high three home runs in a 13-2 victory on Tuesday night at Hawks Field, including a grand slam from senior Jake Schleppenbach. Luke Roskam and Scott Schreiber also homered i... Read More

8 people arrested, drugs, guns seized in Lincoln, Omaha

LINCOLN, Neb.  -- Authorities say eight people have been arrested with guns and drugs in the Omaha and Lincoln areas. Federal prosecutors say several pounds of cocaine, methamphetamine and marijuana were found during 11 searches conducted Monday. A... Read More

Corn, Soybean Planting Considerations for this Week’s Cold Snap

With this week’s forecasted low temperatures projected to dip into the high 30s (°F) with potential rain events, growers have asked if/how germination will be affected for corn and soybean planted this week. Imbibitional (fast) water uptake occ... Read More

Archway Welcomes New American Citizens

Kearney, Neb., April 25, 2017 – The Archway in Kearney, Nebraska, will host a naturalization ceremony on Thursday, April 27, during which approximately 28 immigrants will become American citizens. The ceremony, which begins at 1:00 pm will be ... Read More

Op-Ed submission - Growing in the Middle of Everywhere

Earlier this month, I had the distinct pleasure of watching Ronnie Green be installed as the 20th Chancellor of the University of Nebraska–Lincoln. As I sat there with my wife Darla, I reflected on my time at the University of Nebraska... Read More

Consumers asked to pay attention when using debit/credit cards at fuel pumps

The Lexington Area Chamber of Commerce issued an alert to chamber members Tuesday that a credit card scamming device was found at a local fuel station. Lexington Police Cap. Paul Schwarz says "it's too early to tell" if there are any victims. ... Read More

Stork delivery? Woman gives birth to baby at Nebraska zoo

OMAHA, Neb. - A woman whose baby was due mid-May went into labor early and gave birth at a Nebraska zoo. Drea Hubbard was born Sunday at the Henry Doorly Zoo & Aquarium, weighing 5 pounds, 5 ounces. Her mother, 24-year-old Kymica Hubbard, s... Read More

March Traffic Fatality Toll

LINCOLN, Neb. - During the month of March 2017, eighteen persons were killed in traffic crashes on Nebraska roadways, according to data collected by the Nebraska Department of Roads. ♦ These 18 fatalities occurred in 15 crashes ♦ Fifteen of... Read More

Trump Slaps Tariff on Canadian Softwood Lumber and Possibly Dairy

The Trump administration moved Monday to impose a 20 percent tariff on softwood lumber entering the United States from Canada, escalating an intensifying trade dispute between the two countries. The president announced the decision during a gather... Read More

Sasse to New Agriculture Secretary:

Today, shortly after Sonny Perdue was sworn in as the U.S. Agriculture Secretary, U.S. Senator Ben Sasse invited the new secretary to Nebraska and urged him to "be a champion for free trade" inside the administration. "As you assume your new posit... Read More

Sonny Perdue Sworn in as 31st U.S. Secretary of Agriculture

Sonny Perdue was sworn in as the 31st U.S. Secretary of Agriculture by fellow Georgian and Associate Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court Clarence Thomas in a brief ceremony today at the Supreme Court building.  The U.S. Senate confirmed Secretary Perd... Read More

Beer stores near reservation appeal loss of liquor licenses

LINCOLN, Neb.  -- The owners of four Nebraska beer stores that sell millions of cans of beer each year near a South Dakota Indian reservation are appealing a state regulator's decision not to renew their liquor licenses. The appeal filed late Mon... Read More

Cover Crop Field Day planned at K-State HB Ranch

HAYS, Kan. – Kansas State University will host a Cover Crop Field Day on Friday, May 19 at 9:30 a.m. at the K-State HB Ranch in southeast Trego County. The ranch is at 39008 147 Highway in Brownell, Kansas. K-State researchers will discuss ongoi... Read More