President Obama Outlines Immigration Reform Executive Orders

President Obama will grant legal status and work permits for five million illegal immigrants by executive order—a plan that that the American Farm Bureau claims won’t help agriculture. In a prepar... Read More

Abdullah a finalist for two awards

Nebraska senior I-back Ameer Abdullah was named a finalist for two national awards on Thursday. The record-setting running back was named as one of five finalists for the Paul Hornung Award and is one of four finalists for the Pop Warner College Foot... Read More

More Studies Show Pro-GMO Results

There's nothing new about scientific studies that conclude that genetically engineered (GE) crops, also known as GMO crops, are no more of a health hazard than those produced with earlier technology. There are, in fact, dozens of such studies includi... Read More

United Way

The United Way of Western Nebraska is proud to announce John Mentgen as the winner of their recent raffle. Mr. Mentgen, the President and CEO of RWMC, won the “4 Minute Shopping Spree” at Scottsbluff Mainstreet Market. He and his family have g... Read More

Study shows divide between farmers, scientists on climage change

A Purdue University study shows farmers have a significantly different view of climate change and its causes than do scientists and climatologists. That difference is hardly surprising, but the degree to which the two groups disagree is remarkable. ... Read More

Panhandle hospital administrator's sentencing delayed

The scheduled sentencing of a former panhandle hospital administrator has been delayed from today (Thursday) until later this month. Jim Parks will now be sentenced November 25th at 12:30 for his guilty plea in August to possession of child pornograp... Read More

Jury foreman, holdout juror speak about process

The foreman on the Dylan Cardeilhac jury admits there were a couple female jurors who were having difficulty with convicting a 16 year old for murder. But Ernest Magdaleno of Minatare told KNEB News defense attorney JIm Mowbray's accusations that the... Read More

Feds open Chadron/Alliance EAS bidding process

The federal Transportation Department has opened the bidding for the 2-year Essential Air Service subsidy contract for service to Denver from Chadron and Alliance. Chadron City Manager Wayne Anderson says the current contracts held by Great Lakes ... Read More

39th Great American Smoke Out today

Today is the 39th Great American Smoke Out. The American Cancer Society held the first one in 1976, and it has the same mission today: encourage smokers to quit for one day, then to quit all together. Tabi Prochazka of the Panhandle Public Health ... Read More

Yeutter Receives Farm Bureau's Highest Honor

Nebraska Farm Bureau has selected Dr. Clayton Yeutter of Eustis, Neb., as the 2014 recipient of its highest honor, the Silver Eagle Award. The award will be presented to Dr. Yeutter on Dec. 9 at the 2014 Nebraska Farm Bureau Convention in Kearney. D... Read More

Creighton rallies to beat No. 18 Oklahoma

OMAHA, Neb. - Down 42-24 early in the second half, the Creighton men's basketball team came all the way back to defeat No. 18 Oklahoma 65-63 on Wednesday, Nov. 19, before 17,393 fans in Omaha. Creighton moved to 3-0 on the season with the second-... Read More