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Nebraska schools struggle to memorialize deceased students

LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) _ A Lincoln middle school has pulled its yearbooks to remove a memorial honoring a deceased student, citing district policy violations. Irving Middle School Principal Jason Shanahan notified district officials about the yearbook... Read More

NSAA Day One Golf Results

Class A Boys 1 Patrick Clare, 12 Lincoln East 69 2 Jackson Hayes, 12 Creighton Prep 73 T3 Cade McCallum, 11 Grand Island 75 T3 Reece Rhodes, 12 Grand Island 75 T3 Tyler Jacobsen, 11 Millard North 75 T3 Jonathan Engelbart, 12 Millard West 75 ... Read More

Inmate who punched guard gets 3 more years in prison

LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) _ An inmate already serving 36 to 61 years for an Omaha murder and other crimes has been given three more years in prison for punching a guard. Online court records say 25-year-old Adrian Garcia was sentenced Monday in Lancaster... Read More

New Income Limits Provide Increased Homeownership Opportunity for Rural Families

LINCOLN, NEB. MAY 22, 2017-The U.S Department of Agriculture Rural Development has announced the new 2017 income limits for the direct and guaranteed homeownership loan programs. The increased income limits may make more households eligible to... Read More

Nebraska Senator Eyes Property Tax Ballot Measure in 2018

A Nebraska state senator is vowing to launch a statewide ballot drive to lower property taxes if lawmakers don't address the issue next year. Sen. Steve Erdman of Bayard discussed his plans Tuesday at the end of this year's legislative session. La... Read More

Nebraska Wheat Disappointed in Budget Proposal

Both the Nebraska Wheat Growers Association (NWGA) and the Nebraska Wheat Board (NWB) are disappointed in the proposed FY 2018 budget released by the Administration and believe parts of the request would be damaging to Nebraska’s wheat farmers. Two... Read More

Man killed in Sarpy County pickup collision with semitrailer

BELLEVUE, Neb. (AP) _ Authorities say a 55-year-old driver has been killed in a collision between his pickup truck and a semitrailer. The accident occurred around 8:55 a.m. Monday on U.S. Highway 34 south of Bellevue. The Sarpy County Sheriff's Of... Read More

(AUDIO) Farm groups oppose 2018 proposed budget

Upon release of the proposed 2018 budget by the White House Tuesday morning, many farm groups spoke out against changes made to different areas. One area that many of the farm groups are worried about is crop insurance. The proposed budget would c... Read More

Rotary plans Multi-Sport Trail Challenge for Aug. 19

May 22, 2017 - Kearney's Rotary clubs and the Kearney Whitewater Association have created a new challenge event for Kearney like no other. Kayaking on Kearney's new water trail, dirt trail mountain biking on Meadowlark North's rolling hills, and... Read More

NFU Says Proposed Budget is an Assault on the Farm Safety Net and Rural Communities

WASHINGTON – President Donald J. Trump issued a detailed fiscal year 2018 federal budget proposal today, recommending drastic cuts to agricultural and rural related agencies and programs. The proposal would cut Farm Bill programs by nearly $230 bil... Read More

(VIDEO) Secretary Perdue Comments on Proposed FY 2018 Budget

(Washington, D.C., May 23, 2017) – Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue today issued the following statement on the proposed FY 2018 budget: “President Trump promised he would realign government spending, attempt to eliminate duplication or redu... Read More

Gresham Woman Sentenced for Involvement in Income Tax Scheme

Acting United States Attorney Robert C. Stuart announced that on May 22, Kathy L. Hansen, 36, of Gresham, was sentenced for her involvement in an income tax scheme.  The Honorable Chief Judge Laurie Smith Camp sentenced Hansen to a three year term o... Read More

Kansas State University Researchers Find New Pathogens in Soybean Seeds

A single seed seems so simple. Put it in the ground, give it some care, and you’ve soon grown food. But Chris Little knows better. It’s why he’s spent the better part of the last six years learning more about the not-so-modest beginnings of ... Read More