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Southeast Sherman County flood advisory remains in effect

THE FLOOD ADVISORY FOR AN ICE JAM REMAINS IN EFFECT UNTIL 300 PM CST MONDAY FOR SOUTHEASTERN SHERMAN COUNTY... At 309 PM CST, emergency management reported an ice jam continues to cause minor flooding in low lying areas along the Middle Loup Ri... Read More

Huskers Rally for Road Win at Wisconsin

Madison, Wis. - Nebraska fought back from a 10-point fourth-quarter deficit to find a way to earn a 72-68 women's basketball win over Wisconsin at the Kohl Center on Saturday afternoon. Sophomore Sam Haiby made the game's biggest defensive play... Read More

Wildfire Awareness Week reminds Kansans to remain vigilant as wildfire season approaches

TOPEKA, Kan. – Kansas Governor Laura Kelly has proclaimed Feb. 3-7, 2020, as Wildfire Awareness Week in partnership with the Kansas Interagency Wildfire Council and multiple state agencies.  “Each year, wildfires endanger our firefighters, n... Read More

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Brandon Benitz continues his “Chat with the Chancellor” series here in the Spring 2020 semester.  This week, he's joined by a special guest, the President of the University of Nebraska system, Walter “Ted” Carter. We chat about what was i... Read More

20th Annual Polar Plunge for Special Olympics Returns to Yanney Park

The 20th Annual Polar Plunge will take place in Kearney, returning to Yanney Park to raise money for the Special Olympics. Registration begins at 9 AM on Saturday, Feb. 1 at Yanney Park. Teams and individual plunges will start at 10:30 AM. Immedia... Read More

Kansas lawmakers discuss labeling for meat alternatives

Kansas lawmakers are considering a bill to restrict how producers of meat alternatives could market their products in the state. The bill lists 22 meat-related terms that producers of alternative foods won't be able to use, such as jerky or burger, u... Read More

January is Mental Wellness Month

Lincoln –There is no true health without behavioral health - a point that the Department of Health and Human Services’ Division of Behavioral Health is highlighting with January’s Mental Wellness Month. Emotional well-being can be negatively... Read More

High School Basketball Scores

^Saturday's Scores< ^By The Associated Press= BOYS PREP BASKETBALL(equals) Amherst 77, Wilcox-Hildreth 28 Arcadia-Loup City 35, Ord 33 Bancroft-Rosalie/Lyons-Decatur 65, Stanton 30 Battle Creek 40, Pierce 34 Bellevue West 75, Omaha Creighto... Read More

New Year's Death Results In Utica Man Charged With Involuntary Manslaughter

UTICA- 27-year-old Donald K. Polcyn of Utica has been charged with involuntary manslaughter after an altercation that led to the death of Stephen D. Jones, 39, of Lincoln. The charge of involuntary manslaughter is a Class 2A felony that could carry u... Read More

Kampmann pleads to counts in triple fatality accident

  A 21-year-old woman involved in a Dawson County accident resulting in three deaths, entered pleas in Dawson County District Court Friday afternoon. Angelique Kampmann of Platte Center pled no contest to three counts of Attempted Motor Vehic... Read More

2020 Women in Agriculture

During the month of January we are featuring some amazing women in agriculture.  Click on the links below to learn more about each woman. Anne Meis: Kimberly Ford: Joan Ruskamp: Kalli Nelms: Angela Minary-Henne: Ama... Read More

Adrian Smith Files for Re-Election to Third District Congressional Seat

Congressman Adrian Smith has announced that this week he filed for re-election, seeking his 8th term in Congress. The Gering native says working on behalf of Nebraska's 3rd District, he will continue to fight for common sense solutions and conserv... Read More

AUDIO: Market Commentary with Daily Brokers

Summary Grains, livestock and the general commodity sector turned risk off Friday at the close. The Corona Virus with it's second confirmed case in the US has traders running for safe havens like the US dollar, Japanese Yen and gold. John Payne, D... Read More

AUDIO January Cattle on Feed Report

Cattle and calves on feed for the slaughter market in the United States for feedlots with capacity of 1,000 or more head totaled 12.0 million head on Jan. 1, 2020. The inventory was 2% above Jan. 1, 2019, USDA NASS reported on Friday. The inventory ... Read More