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Suspect sought in sexual assault of child case

A Phelps County arrest warrant has been issued for a 33-year-old Holdrege man on several charges including 1st Degree Sexual Assault of a Child, 3rd Degree Domestic Assault and 2nd Degree False Impris... Read More

New motor oil made with high oleic soybean oil now available on Amazon

America’s drivers have a new choice that unites performance and sustainability at a competitive cost, according to the United Soybean Board. Biosynthetic® Technologies’ biobased synthetic motor oil, using high oleic soybean oil from U.S. soybean... Read More

Nebraska woman severely injured in apparent deer attack

LINCOLN, Neb. – A woman was severely injured in an incident with a mule deer buck on a farm near Guide Rock on Tuesday, Nov. 19. The woman was doing chores alone when she apparently was attacked by the deer. She was discovered some time later and ... Read More

China phase one delays continue, China claims talks on track

Promised for mid-November, reports this week suggest an agreement and signing of the so-called phase one trade deal with China faces delays until mid-December. However, China maintains that the talks are on track. A Chinese government spokesperson... Read More

Gobble 'Til Ya Wobble - Friday Five (Nov. 22, 2019)

It’s almost Thanksgiving, which means it’s time to be thinking about this year’s menu! In this week's Friday Five, Rebel and Alex share consumer tidbits about America's favorite Thanksgiving dishes. FRIDAY FIVE: Turkey: Over 46 millio... Read More

Custer County pair arrested in prostitution investigation

  An Ansley couple was arrested Thursday afternoon during a prostitution investigation in Lexington. In an affidavit filed by Nebraska State Patrol, an investigator responded to an online social media advertisement posted by a woman. The two ... Read More

Governor’s Office Issues Executive Order to Suspend Weight Limits on Transportation of Propane   

Lincoln, Neb. -- On Thursday, the Office of the Governor issued an executive order to provide emergency relief on account of regional heating fuel (propane) shortages.  The order suspends weight limits (up to 90,000 pounds gross weight) for motor ca... Read More

Irrigation districts vote for additional $9 million repair

A permeation grouting repair of the Ft. Laramie Canal tunnels one and two will bring the total repair cost to about $15 million.  A unanimous vote from the Gering Ft. Laramie Irrigation District on Thursday, Nov. 21, and a majority vote from the ... Read More

Monsanto pleads guilty to illegal pesticide use in Hawaii

HONOLULU (AP) — Agrochemicals company Monsanto on Thursday pleaded guilty to spraying a banned pesticide on research crops on the Hawaii island of Maui in 2014, prosecutors said. Monsanto, now owned by the pharmaceutical company Bayer of Germany... Read More

Landlord/tenant cash rent workshops

Nebraska Extension’s Landlord/Tenant Cash Rent Workshops for 2020 and Beyond will provide the latest leasing, real estate and management information to operators, tenants and landowners in Nebraska this winter. The workshop is scheduled in 19 co... Read More

Can Nebraska still make a bowl game? Sean Callahan weighs in on the weekly HuskerChat (11/22/19)

Jayson Jorgensen and Sean Callahan are back for the weekly HuskerChat. With two games left, could Nebraska turn things around and still make a bowl game? VIDEO: Weekly HuskerChat with Sean Callahan Nebraska completes its 2019 road schedule on S... Read More