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US & India Trade Negotiations Continue Over WTO Poultry Dispute

Trade officials from the U.S. and India continue working to conclude an agreement that could mean India would not have to pay a $450 million per year penalty for failing to comply with a World Trade O... Read More

High school football schedule for the region tonight

The high school football season officially arrived last night with a few games scattered across the state. Tonight is the first Friday night with close to a full slate of games. The lights will be on. Here's a rundown of all the games in the ar... Read More

Maximize Next Year's Yields by Controlling Volunteer Wheat Now

Farmers can't control environmental factors like weather in order to give their wheat crop a healthy boost, but they can help curb disease by controlling volunteer wheat. So far, the state's wet summer has enabled volunteer wheat to take root and gro... Read More

Florida man died in Nebraska interstate crash, patrol says

Authorities have released the names of three people involved in a afatal Interstate 80 crash in south-central Nebraska. The accident was reported about 1:20 p.m. Thursday near the Gibbon interchange in Buffalo County. The Nebraska State Patrol say... Read More

One of three suspects in Morrill grocery burglary in custody

The Morrill Police Department says they have one man in custody and are still looking for two other suspects who broke into the U-Save Mart early the morning of August 5th. 19 year old Kaleb Hansen of Scottsbluff, who is already in the Scotts Bluf... Read More

Sasse Warns Against

U.S. Senator Ben Sasse commented on increasing tensions between the United States and Iran after the USS Squall fired on an Iranian military attack-boat near the Strait of Hormuz and the U.S. State Department issued a warning to Americans in the Midd... Read More

10th Wyobraska Coin & Stamp Show in Gering Saturday

The tenth annual WyoBraska Coin & Stamp Show will take place Saturday, August 27th at the Gering Civic Center. Show Chairman Larry Gibbs told KNEB News that dealers from four states will be in attendance to buy, sell, and trade with collectors... Read More

Dickey's Barbecue Pit coming to Scottsbluff/Gering

The nation's largest barbecue chain restaurant is coming to the Scottsbluff/Gering area. Dickey's Barbecue Pit, which already has 56- locations and 43 states, plans to locate a store in Gering within a year's time. Company spokesperson Michelle Ge... Read More

Ruling Favors Nebraska Utility in Power Line Survey Case

A judge has ordered a family ranch to let Nebraska Public Power District access its land for survey work. Court records say the ruling came Monday in the Brush Creek Ranch lawsuit against the district. The lawsuit sought unspecified compensation f... Read More

Kimball drops opener to Centura

The Kimball Longhorns trekked to North Platte High School for their season opener on the gridiron last night and they came out on the short end of a hard fought 14-6 final. Kimball Head Coach Nick Kuxhausen talks about the disappointing opening ni... Read More

Global Grain Harvest in 2016-17 to Be Biggest on Record According to IGC

This year’s global harvest will be the biggest ever, the International Grains Council said Thursday, lifting its 2016-17 production forecast for a fifth consecutive month. Steady upward revisions to global production forecasts mean the worldwide... Read More