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Lopers Track & Field Team Adds Four to 2018-19 Roster

Kearney, Neb. – Nebraska-Kearney head track and field coach Brady Bonsall announced today the names of four high school seniors who'll join the Lopers next season. They are thrower Alex Goracke (Giltner), distance runner Kennedy Krejdl (Auror... Read More

USDA Invests More Than $1 Billion to Improve Health Care in Rural Areas

U.S. Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue today announced that USDA provided more than $1 billion in Fiscal Year 2017 to help improve access to health care services for 2.5 million people in rural communities in 41 states. “USDA invests in a wide ... Read More

Death penalty hearing for Anthony Garcia pushed to March

OMAHA, Neb. (AP) _ A death penalty sentencing hearing has again been delayed for a former doctor convicted of killing four people connected to an Omaha medical school. A three-judge panel had been set to hold the hearing in the case of Anthony Gar... Read More

Accident on I-80 Near Aurora Claims Life of Oregon Man

AURORA, Neb. - A one-vehicle accident on Interstate 80 near Aurora, has claimed the life of a Beaverton, Oregon man. Friday morning around 7 a.m., The Hamilton County Sheriff's Office, as well as Nebraska State Patrol, responded to the scene of a ... Read More

EPA Wants to Extend Effective Date of WOTUS by Two Years

OMAHA (DTN) -- The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency wants to prevent the controversial 2015 waters of the United States, or WOTUS, rule from taking effect while the agency undertakes a complete rewrite, proposing to extend the effective date of t... Read More

Nebraska told to return any Pfizer-made execution drugs

LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) _ Pharmaceutical company Pfizer is demanding that Nebraska return any lethal injection drugs it might have that were manufactured by the company or its affiliate. News of the demand, made in a letter from Pfizer to state officia... Read More

Lopers Wrestling Adds Two from Gretna & One from York

Kearney, Neb. – Nebraska-Kearney head wrestling coach Dalton Jensen announced today the names of three high school seniors who will join the Lopers next season. They are Tyler Cunningham and Van Schmidt from Gretna and Scott Fulsos of York. UNK... Read More

Man arrested after shooting incident at Grand Island travel center

Grand Island, Ne. -- A man is in custody after law enforcement looked into a shooting at Bosselman Travel Center south of Grand Island. On Thursday at approximately 3:04 p.m., Hall County Sheriff's Deputies were called to Bosselman Travel Center near... Read More

Broken Bow man charged with unlawful intrusion

A Broken Bow man has been arrested on a Custer County arrest warrant for Unlawful Intrusion, a Class 2a Felony. Forty-seven-year-old Guy Holloway was taken into custody by the Custer County Sheriff's Office on Wednesday. The case stems from... Read More

Gov. Ricketts Announces Agreement with Bulgarian Soybean Processers

Today, Governor Pete Ricketts announced that the Nebraska Department of Agriculture (NDA) has signed letters of intent with nine soybean processing companies in Bulgaria to promote the use of Nebraska-grown soybeans and soybean products in their faci... Read More

Biodiesel Board Responds to RFS RIN Concerns

A letter from the National Biodiesel Board to the Trump Administration seeks to clarify issues refineries are wanted addressed. Texas Senator Ted Cruz is holding the nomination of Iowa Agriculture Secretary Bill Northey to the Department of Agricultu... Read More

Lex. native Joe Kelly nominated for Neb. U.S. Attorney

WASHINGTON, D.C. -- Republican U.S. Sen. Deb Fischer  of Nebraska released the following statement Friday  after learning President Donald Trump has nominated Lancaster County Attorney Joe Kelly, a native of Lexington, Neb.,  to serve as U.S. Atto... Read More

(Video) Farm Bureau Survey Reveals Lowest Thanksgiving Dinner Cost in Five Years

American Farm Bureau Federation’s 32nd annual price survey of classic items found on the Thanksgiving Day dinner table indicates the average cost of this year’s feast for 10 is $49.12, a 75-cent decrease from last year’s average of $49.87. T... Read More

Federal tax package creates uncertainty for Nebraska budget

LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) _ Nebraska officials say the tax package working its way through Congress is creating a great deal of uncertainty for the state budget because it could affect tax collections. Legislative Fiscal Office Director Michael Calvert t... Read More