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(Video) UNK Ends NCAA Tourney Drought Kearney, Neb. – Seven different players registered at least two kills and second-ranked Nebraska-Kearney had 69 digs to sweep Oklahoma Baptist (-21, -17, -16) in the ... Read More

Sasse Calls for Passage of USMCA on Senate Floor

"Time is running out, and we don’t want to let our farmers and ranchers face 2020 with the uncertainty and confusion they now feel. These Nebraskans want to do business. They want to trade. We want to win... The clown show in the House of Represe... Read More

Engler scholarship application deadline is Jan. 12

Students passionate about becoming an entrepreneur can now apply for scholarships to the Engler Agribusiness Entrepreneurship Program at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln for the 2020-2021 academic year. Incoming and current College of Agricultural ... Read More

Board of Regents confirms Walter “Ted” Carter as eighth University of Nebraska president

  The Board of Regents voted today to confirm Walter “Ted” Carter, VADM (Ret.), as the eighth president of the University of Nebraska system. Carter, the immediate past superintendent of the U.S. Naval Academy whose tenure included records... Read More

ASI Applauds EPA Label Approval for Sodium Cyanide

DENVER -- Today, Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Andrew Wheeler announced the final interim decision for the registered use of sodium cyanide. Working with U.S. Department of Agriculture's Wildlife Services, the label for this predator ... Read More

Improving the Bottom-line of Breeding: Three State Beef Conference

In a joint effort, Nebraska, Missouri and Iowa Extension are hosting three meetings to address how to set up an economical and successful breeding season. The registration fee is $25 per person. It includes a meal and a copy of the conference proceed... Read More

Reward of up to $5 Million offered for info on two Russian nationals

Russian national charged with decades-long series of hacking and bank fraud resulting in tens of millions in losses and second national charged with involvement in deployment of "Bugat"malware A copy of the indictment can be found here. A copy of t... Read More

Nebraska Crop Management Conference set for January 22–23

The 2020 Nebraska Crop Management Conference is set for January 22 and 23 at the Younes Convention Center in Kearney and will include pesticide applicator training. Sponsored by Nebraska Extension, the conference will feature research updates and ... Read More

Women managing agricultural land conference is Dec. 11

Female agriculture landowners, farmers and ranchers looking to increase their business management skills are encouraged to register for the 2019 Women Managing Agricultural Land conference.  The conference will be held Dec. 11 at Nebraska Innovation... Read More

Bulldogs overpower Spires, move to 2-0 in pool play

SIOUX CITY, Iowa – A rookie to the final site of the national tournament stage, the 15th-ranked Concordia University volleyball team has motored past its first two opponents of pool play at the NAIA Volleyball National Championship. Senior Emmie N... Read More

Statement by Steve Nelson, President, Regarding Japan Passage of Trade Deal with U.S.

LINCOLN, NEB. – “Japan’s passage of the new limited trade agreement with the U.S. is a big deal for Nebraska farm and ranch families. As the nation’s leading exporter of beef, and Japan being our largest customer, Nebraska stands to make sig... Read More