Nebraska lawmakers advance black-tailed prairie dog repeal

LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) _ A prairie-dog management law criticized by Nebraska wildlife advocates could be in jeopardy. Nebraska lawmakers voted 32-12 on Wednesday to advance a bill that would repeal the... Read More

Wyoming announces 2015 Hall of Fame class

Laramie, Wyo., March 4, 2015 – An All-American golfer, two highly-popular and dynamic basketball players, a winning ski coach, an All-American wrestler, one of the greatest linemen to ever play at Wyoming, an accomplished all-conference baseball pl... Read More

Cougars juggle softball schedule

The Western Nebraska Community College softball team revamped its weekend schedule with Trinidad State Junior College and Otero Junior College. The Cougars and Trinidad State will meet up at Volunteer Field in Scottsbluff on Friday and Saturday. F... Read More

Husker baseball heads to Houston

Following a 2-1 series victory over the Loyola Marymount Lions in Los Angeles, the Nebraska baseball team (6-4, 0-0 Big Ten) heads back on the road for the fourth straight weekend with a trip to Houston, Texas, for the Houston College Classic. One of... Read More

Ten Huskers headed to NCAA Meet

LINCOLN - The NCAA Track and Field Committee released its list of accepted entries into the 2015 NCAA Indoor Championships on Tuesday night. A total of 10 Husker student-athletes will compete at the national meet March 13-14 in Fayetteville, Ark... Read More

Pepin named coach of the year

LINCOLN - Nebraska track and field head coach Gary Pepin was named Big Ten Men's Indoor Coach of the Year after a vote by the league's coaches. It marks the 25th conference coach of the year honor for Pepin since 1997, when the Huskers started co... Read More

Four  CSC basketball players honored

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. - Four Chadron State College basketball players were named as honorable mention selections to the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference Men's and Women's Basketball teams recently. Kendrick Holliman, a senior from Spanish Fort... Read More

ISU Scientists Identify a Seed Treatment to Curtail Soybean Sudden Death Syndrome

Ames, Iowa — Researchers at Iowa State University are leading a regional research project to identify farm management practices that help reduce Sudden Death Syndrome (SDS) in soybeans. SDS is caused by a fungus that can destroy a small patch to... Read More

Jail escapee and burglary suspect both bound over to district court

A man serving time for a forgery conviction who escaped from the Scotts Bluff County Detention Center while on work release February 5th and a suspect in an East Overland burglary last spring have been bound over to district court for trial. 25 ye... Read More

Kansas Farm Bureau celebrates safety during Kansas Agriculture Month

MANHATTAN – Keeping Kansas safe has always been an important mission of Kansas Farm Bureau (KFB). During Kansas Agriculture Month, KFB encourages farmers and ranchers to be aware of the farm safety programs available to keep friends and family safe... Read More

‘Fuel Greatness’ Effort Aims to Grow School Breakfast Awareness

ROSEMONT, Ill. – Fuel Up to Play 60, the nation’s largest in-school health and wellness program, will launch “Fuel Greatness” to grow awareness about the importance of school breakfast to students and school leaders. The effort aims to ele... Read More