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Commission schedules youth fishing instructor workshops

LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) - The Nebraska Game and Parks Commission has scheduled workshops for youth fishing instructors. Instructors are part of the Youth Fishing Program, a statewide team of volunteers and... Read More

UPDATE: I-80 Westbound lanes reopened from Overton to Lexington following accident

  UPDATE: Lanes reopened at 3:00pm!   The westbound lanes of Interstate 80 are closed at the Overton Interchange(mm 248).   Responders are working to clear the scene of a second  accident about three miles east of Lexington on I... Read More

China’s ASF Problem Remains Bleak for 2020; Vietnam Shows Glimmer of Hope

Despite 2019 having been China’s official “Year of the Pig,” things could not have been much worse for the nation’s swine herd, its farmers or the country’s 1.4 billion consumers who have a strong preference for pork as a protein. On a p... Read More

Nebraska chapter of ACLU hires new legal director

LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) - The Nebraska chapter of the American Civil Liberties Union says it has hired an Omaha attorney as its new legal director. Adam Sipple will lead the state ACLU's legal program, replacing Amy Miller, who resigned in November. Be... Read More

Nebraska driver takes deal in South Dakota man's crash death

BROKEN BOW, Neb. (AP) - A Nebraska man has taken a plea deal on charges stemming from the crash death of a South Dakota resident. Station KCNI reports that Ansley resident David Skeels pleaded guilty Thursday to vehicular homicide and other crimes... Read More

UNMC study will explore sleep disorders in adolescents.

Children with ADHD and autism are particularly affected by sleep disorders. Sleep problems are common in adolescents with ADHD and/or autism. Sleep problems are often linked to physical and mental health problems. Family members may also be impacted... Read More

New “WOTUS” Rule Favorable for Soy Farmers

The Trump Administration has announced replacement regulation for Waters of the U.S. (WOTUS), which was repealed fall 2019. A spokesperson for the administration said during the announcement that the new Navigable Waters Protection Rule, “represent... Read More

Storm defeat Force 3-2

Kearney, NE – The Tri-City Storm defeated the Fargo Force by a final score of 3-2 Saturday night at the Viaero Center. The Storm got goals in the game from Chase McLane, Matthew Knies, and Joey Cipollone. Todd Scott recorded the victory in net for... Read More

Lopers Split In St. Joe

Kearney, Neb. – Four players scored in double figures to help Missouri Western State hold off Nebraska-Kearney, 81-75, Saturday evening in St. Joseph. The Griffons (9-11, 5-4) win a second straight game and are now 7-0 at home while UNK (12-7, 6... Read More

NU Falls in Final Seconds at No. 24 Rutgers

The Nebraska men's basketball team erased a 14-point second-half deficit Saturday afternoon at No. 24 Rutgers, but the Scarlet Knights scored the final nine points to rally for a 75-72 victory at the Rutgers Athletic Center. Nebraska led 72-66 wit... Read More

New Conservation Area in Texas Boasts Hundreds of Natural Springs

The Nature Conservancy (TNC) has acquired a conservation easement on 1,640 acres owned by landowner Gary Krause, preserving its unique natural features for future generations. The easement was funded in part by the Agricultural Conservation Easeme... Read More