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USDA Releases Bearish 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 11.0 million head on May 1, 2017. The inventory was 2 percent above May... Read More

(VIDEO) New Fire Relief PSA Features Actor Eric Stonestreet

Kansas farmers and ranchers are still recovering and rebuilding after the state’s largest wildfire burned more than 651,000 acres causing more than $38 million in losses in March. “This fire was devastating,” Matt Teagarden, Kansas Livestock... Read More

Authorities ID motorcyclist killed in eastern Nebraska crash

PRAGUE, Neb. --  Authorities have released the name of a motorcyclist who died after colliding with a van in eastern Nebraska. The Saunders County Sheriff's Office identified him as 59-year-old Glenn Linholm, who lived in Valparaiso. The accident ... Read More

Signs Indicate Farm Equipment Industry Has Stabilized

Signs indicate that the farm equipment industry finally has steadied after a recent near freefall and is heading upward. John Deere Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Samuel R. Allen, said in April: "We are seeing signs that after several years of... Read More

Nebraska Producer says NAFTA a Success Story for Agriculture

A farmer from Nebraska says the North American Free Trade Agreement is a success story for U.S. agriculture, and warns of the risks involved in renegotiation. In a letter published by the New York Times, Alan Tiemann of Seward, Nebraska writes tha... Read More

Long game forces Big Ten to reset tournament schedule again

BLOOMINGTON, Ind. - The Big Ten was forced to revise its baseball tournament schedule for the second straight day to avoid starting a game after the event's predetermined 10 p.m. EDT curfew Thursday. The tournament was pushed back because it took ... Read More

Creighton University plans to cut about 60 nonteaching jobs

OMAHA, Neb. - Creighton University plans to cut about 60 nonteaching positions at the Omaha Jesuit institution. The university president, the Rev. Daniel Hendrickson, informed college workers via a letter sent earlier this week. Some of the cutbac... Read More

Major League Baseball Scores

Thursday scores INTERLEAGUE= Final Seattle 4 Washington 2 Cincinnati at Cleveland 6:10 p.m., postponed AMERICAN LEAGUE= Final Tampa Bay 4 L.A. Angels 0 Final Boston 6 Texas 2 Final Houston 7 Detroit 6 Kansas City at N-Y Yankees 1:... Read More

NBA Scores

Thursday scores NATIONAL BASKETBALL ASSOCIATION PLAYOFFS= Final Cleveland 135 Boston 102...... Read More

NHL Scores

Thursday scores Final SO Pittsburgh 3 Ottawa 2...... Read More

Nebraska state regulator resigns following criticism

LINCOLN, Neb. -- A Nebraska telecommunications regulator has resigned following criticism that he worked part-time for a telecommunications consulting firm. Jeff Pursley will step down as the Nebraska Public Service Commission's executive director. ... Read More