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Trump Touts “Progress” on Biofuels Deal

President Donald Trump says his administration has made progress on a biofuel reform package after meeting with key farm-state senators late last week. The meetings were part of an ongoing effort t... Read More

Housing Help

LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) _ The state of Nebraska has approved $3 million in grants to help communities recover from flooding in the spring and rebuild housing. Six Nebraska communities will each receive $500,000 to help with projects related to housing. T... Read More

Nebraska property tax ballot drive gains steam, donations

LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) _ A petition drive for a measure that seeks to lower Nebraska property taxes by sharply cutting state revenue is gaining steam and donations despite concerns from some groups that it would force lawmakers to raise other taxes and c... Read More

(Audio) Heartache in Storm Lake

STORM LAKE, Iowa – This will be remembered as the heartache in Storm Lake. Despite a 24-0 lead at the halftime break, the Concordia University football team walked away from Lamberti Recreation Center wondering how it let this one slip away. Josh ... Read More

Jailhouse Informants,

HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) _ An effort to more tightly regulate the use of jailhouse informants is gaining momentum across the country in the wake of exonerations of people wrongly convicted of crimes. A new Connecticut law approved in July will create th... Read More

Drugs Seized

LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) _ Officials in southeastern Nebraska say deputies seized thousands of marijuana vape pens and other drugs valued at nearly $2 million that were found in a parked pickup truck. The Lancaster County Sheriff's Office says in a news r... Read More

Japanese feed corn millers learn about U.S. value chain in mission to NE, IA, WA

The U.S. Grains Council (USGC) in conjunction with the Nebraska Corn Board and the Iowa Corn Promotion Board will soon bring a Japanese trade team of feed milling professionals to the United States. While here, the team will visit Nebraska, Iowa and ... Read More

Storm ready for matchup against Lancers

The Tri-City Storm return to action in the I-80 Showcase preseason event today at 12:00pm in a matchup with in state rival Omaha. Last night, Tri-City dropped its first game of the preseason in a 2-1 loss to rival Lincoln. Today’s game will be the ... Read More

(Video) Nebraska puts away Northern Illinois early in a 44-8 win

LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) _ Adrian Martinez threw for two touchdowns and ran for another, Dedrick Mills rushed for 116 yards and Nebraska beat Northern Illinois 44-8 on Saturday night. The Cornhuskers (2-1) bounced back from blowing a 17-point lead in an... Read More

Nebraska high school girls invited to apply for free, one-day program providing look into orthopedic surgery

Perry Outreach Program encourages careers in medicine, science, engineering High school girls in 10th through 12th grades with an interest in science, medicine or engineering are invited to apply for the Perry Outreach Program to be held Saturd... Read More

Lopers win Top 25 Match Up

Kearney, Neb. – Senior outside Julianne Jackson and junior right side Mary Katherine Wolfe combined for 34 kills and 32 digs to help eighth-ranked Nebraska-Kearney beat 17th-ranked Rockhurst in a four-set battle (-23, 26-28, -14, -22) Saturday nigh... Read More