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Woman burned when propane tank explodes near Lincoln

LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) _ Authorities say a woman was injured when a propane tank exploded at her mobile home near Lincoln. The blast occurred around 7 a.m. Friday at the property, which sits about 2 miles southwest of Lincoln city limits. Lancaster C... Read More

(Video) Southeast Nebraska Harvest Update - Friday's in the Field w/Andrew Neujahr

The combines are back in the field across southeast Nebraska, a week after rain and snow stalled all progress. On this edition of Friday's in the Field, we hear from Andrew Neujahr near Waverly, Nebraska.  Neujahr is in his first year as a full-t... Read More

Lenders Need to Work with Farmers Hit Hard by Hurricane Michael, Georgia Farm Bureau President Says

 Farm losses in Georgia following Hurricane Michael last week are going to make it hard for farmers to cover operating loans unless lenders can offer some latitude on payment. Gerald Long, president of the Georgia Farm Bureau, said loan repayme... Read More

Court order stalls Arkansas hog farm permit decision

A judge has further delayed an Arkansas hog farm's permit application to operate near the Buffalo River watershed. Newton County Circuit Judge John Putman issued a stay Wednesday on an order issued in August by the Arkansas Pollution Control and E... Read More

Husker Preview Week 8: Minnesota

  After beginning the front half of the college football season, Nebraska has the worst record in school history at 0-6, the Huskers will search for their first win of season at home against the Golden Gophers of Minnesota. Minnesota is 3-3 ... Read More

DC Clerk says 400 vote early

Lexington, Neb. -- Today (Friday), October 19,  is the last day to register online, by mail or in another location, including the Department of Motor Vehicles, and still be able to vote in Nebraska's November 6 election. It's also the final day a... Read More

Troopers Kick Off Second Half of Husker Football Operations

OCTOBER 19, 2018 (LINCOLN, NEB.)  — Troopers with the Nebraska State Patrol (NSP) will continue operations surrounding Husker football as the home schedule resumes Saturday. For the four remaining home games of the Husker season, NSP will ... Read More

Cattle on Feed w/Jerry Stowell *AUDIO*

Cattle and calves on feed for the slaughter market in the United States for feedlots with capacity of 1,000 or more head totaled 11.4 million head on Oct. 1, 2018, USDA reported Friday. The inventory was 5 percent above October 1, 2017. This is the h... Read More

State Cross Country Results

KEARNEY - The NSAA State High School Cross Country Meet is underway in Kearney. Below are the results. Girls Class D Girls Class B Boys Class D Boys Class B Girls Class C Girls Class A Boys Class C Boys Class A...... Read More

Nebraska jobless rate unchanged at 2.8 percent in September

Lincoln, Neb. -- The Nebraska Labor Department says the state's preliminary unemployment rate was 2.8 percent in September _ unchanged from the August figure. The department said in a news release Friday that the rate is down a tenth of a point fr... Read More

(VIDEO) Ag News Recap - Friday Five

This week's agriculture news review recaps Nebraska's tourism campaign, the Sea of Blue and Gold taking over Indianapolis and more! 5) Nebraska recently launched its new tourism campaign, "Honestly, it's not for everyone."  4) The U.S. ... Read More

2019 Conference for Kansas Women in Agriculture Set in Manhattan

Keynote speakers have been announced for the award-winning Women Managing the Farm Conference, set for February 7-8, 2019, in Manhattan, Kansas. Since 2005, this event has been bringing together women farmers, rural business leaders and landowners. T... Read More

School cook who added kangaroo meat to chili loses job

Potter, Neb. -- A Nebraska school cook who mixed kangaroo meat into chili he made for students has lost his job. Potter-Dix Schools Superintendent Mike Williams said Thursday that Kevin Frei, the junior/senior high school's head cook in Potter, no... Read More

Top Grade PNW White Wheat Available for a Variety of High Quality Finished Foods

Timely and adequate moisture through the soft white (SW) and white club (WC) growing season and a transition to a warm, dry harvest helped Pacific Northwest (PNW) farmers produce high-quality crops that will provide an excellent range of flour for fi... Read More