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Authorities say car driver died in collision with big rig

North Platte, Neb. -- Authorities say a car driver died after colliding with semitrailer south of North Platte. The accident occurred around 7:05 a.m. Thursday on U.S. Highway 83, about 12 miles so... Read More

Biodiesel on the Ropes after EPA Punches, But Support Leaves Soy Hopeful

Soybean industry appreciates USDA & Congress backing RFS Washington, D.C. August 22, 2019. It’s a federal program designed to increase markets for American farmers, decrease U.S. dependency on foreign oil, and curb the carbon footprint ... Read More

China Soybean Sales Uncertain Annual Global Soybean Conference Aims to Find More Markets

CHICAGO (DTN) -- Even though a Chinese trade delegation is visiting Chicago for the annual U.S. Soy Global Trade Exchange meeting in Chicago, there remains uncertainty on how much soy will be traded between the U.S. and China this year. Jim Sutter, ... Read More

Anthrax Found in Livestock in ND, TX

OMAHA (DTN) -- Anthrax, a disease which can affect both livestock and humans, continues to be an issue in different places across the country this growing season. At least two states have reported livestock cases in recent weeks. Anthrax was reporte... Read More

Skydiver who died in Michigan made low turn

Grand Haven, Mich. --  A Michigan company that offers skydiving says a man who died last weekend had no equipment problems but turned too close to the ground. Skydive Grand Haven released a statement Wednesday, saying 33-year-old Paul Van Vuuren ... Read More

Huskers give back to Nebraska through flood work

Lincoln, Neb. — It’s been months since record-setting floods swept into Nebraska communities and recovery efforts continue to show progress. This summer, through a University of Nebraska serviceship program, several Huskers helped play a role... Read More

(Audio) Huskers Ready For Red/White Scrimmage

On Saturday the Nebraska Volleyball team holds its annual Red/White Scrimmage at 6pm at the Devaney Center. This week the Rural Radio Network's Jayson Jorgensen spoke with Coach John Cook about fall camp. Click here to listen....... Read More

Grand Island locations arranged for state fair shuttles

Courtesy/Nebraska State Fair. Grand Island, Neb. --  Rain-softened grass parking lots have forced the Nebraska State Fair to expand shuttle service. The free shuttles will be available at seven locations around Grand Island. Fair executive di... Read More

Bulldogs pummel Panthers to ring in new season

SEWARD, Neb. – Kaylie Dengel lived at the service line during a second set splurge that characterized a season opening night of dominance for the Concordia University volleyball team. The Bulldogs outhit visiting York College, .474 to -.013, in Wed... Read More

Recall drive targets mayor in southeast Nebraska's Geneva

GENEVA, Neb. (AP) - A recall petition drive is targeting the mayor of Geneva in southeast Nebraska. The Fillmore County petition filing states as the reasons for the recall that 28-year-old Eric Kamler is "financially, socially, ethically irrespon... Read More

Raising Nebraska adds flood, climate experience to exhibit space

With the Nebraska State Fair just around the corner, top country music acts, carnival rides and cotton candy may be on your mind. But add to the list one more state fair MUST DO this year: Visit Raising Nebraska on the fairgrounds. Because they... Read More