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Electronic Logging Device Enforcement Begins

DECEMBER 15, 2017 (LINCOLN, NEB.) — On December 18, 2017 the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) will begin enforcement of the ELD (Electronic Logging Device) Mandate, which was sign... Read More

North Platte NRD and local ag businesses donate to food pantry

The North Platte Natural Resources District, NPNRD, delivered 7,850 lbs. of food to the Community Action Partnership of Western Nebraska, CAPWN, food pantry in Gering on Thursday, Dec. 14. The week-long food drive was the brainchild of Barb Cross,... Read More

Omahan Jerry Pabst wills $3 million for prostate cancer research  at Fred & Pamela Buffett Cancer Center

Hoping to advance new discoveries in prostate cancer treatment and care, longtime Omaha art teacher and businessman Gerald “Jerry” Pabst donated $3 million through an estate gift to support cancer research carried out by the Fred & Pamela Buf... Read More

May Your Holidays Be Filled With  Ho-Ho-Ho’s Not Oh-Oh-Oh’s

The holiday season is a time for celebration and happiness. Research shows that the number of poisoning incidents involving children rises during the holiday season. During the hustle and bustle of the holidays it is easy to overlook items in the h... Read More

Following harvest, biomulch project enters next phase

The peppers were harvested weeks ago from a small research plot at the Panhandle Center where a type of fabric mulch is being tested for potential use in USDA certified organic produce fields. During the off season, researchers are checking to see... Read More

Kooima burns Dawgs in shootout

ORANGE CITY, Iowa – Starring in the role of Darth Vader, senior star Colton Kooima went bonkers. The All-American from Northwestern dropped a school record 51 points while leading the 11th-ranked Red Raiders to a 111-103 win inside the Bultman Cen... Read More

Second-ranked Bulldogs find a way in Orange City

ORANGE CITY, Iowa – If the Concordia University women’s basketball team is to repeat as GPAC champions, it’s going to have to make some great escapes and avoid tripping over landmines on the road. Even head coach Drew Olson wondered aloud afte... Read More

Sarpy County files 2nd lawsuit after Gretna annexation

PAPILLION, Neb. (AP) _ Sarpy County has filed a second lawsuit challenging an annexation by Gretna that doubles the city's land area. The Omaha World-Herald reports the county on Thursday filed the lawsuit, which claims the annexation is illegal b... Read More

Nebraska’s Pork Producers Donate 160 Hams for the Holidays

The holidays aren’t always a time of abundance for everyone. So in the spirit of giving, Nebraska’s pork producers have donated approximately 1400 pounds of boneless hams to 11 different organizations in Lincoln and Omaha that serve those in need... Read More

Thunder coming to town

Kearney, Neb. – The Nebraska-Kearney women's basketball team caps "Finals Week" with a home game this Saturday against Manhattan Christian College. The game tips at 2 p.m. and then UNK (8-2) won't play again until hosting York on Saturday... Read More

Huskers Host No. 13 Kansas Saturday Night

Nebraska wraps up a grueling four-game stretch with one of the most anticipated non-conference home games in recent history, as the Huskers host No. 13 Kansas Saturday night. Tipoff from a sold out Pinnacle Bank Arena is set for 7 p.m., as a crowd... Read More