15th rated Huskers rally to beat Michigan

No. 15 Nebraska erupted for a season-high 50 second-half points to turn a 14-point first-half deficit into a 15-point women's basketball win, as the Huskers notched a 75-60 victory over Michigan Sunda... Read More

Davis introduces public meeting telecommunications bill

Senator Al Davis from Hyannis has introduced legislation that would allow for participation in a public meeting through electronic media. Davis says he doesn't want to "do away" with the public meetings in person. He imagines a situation where one pe... Read More

Chadron State holds off Regis 73-72

CHADRON - All five Chadron State College scores tallied at least nine points and the men's basketball team survived a buzzer beater en route to their 73-72 Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference victory over Regis Saturday at the Chicoine Center. Evan... Read More

CSC women do it again

CHADRON - For the second night in row, the Chadron State women's basketball team rallied from a sizable halftime deficit to defeat a Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference team from Denver. Regis led 44-32 at intermission Saturday night, but the Eagle... Read More

LCCC uses big second half to down Cougar men

Laramie County Community College scored 51 second half points and hit two clutch free throws at the end to escape Cougar Palace with an 87-85 Region IX South win over Western Nebraska Community College Saturday evening. The contest was a back and ... Read More

Lady Cougars sprint to 19th win

Lile Havili finished with her fifth straight double-double and the No. 22 Western Nebraska Community College women’s basketball team cruised to a commanding 75-25 win over Northwest Kansas Technical College Saturday evening at Cougar Palace. Hav... Read More

Kansas Water Authority accepts report on proposed aqueduct

TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) _ The Kansas Water Authority accepted a report on proposal to build an aqueduct to take water from the Missouri River to southwestern Kansas. The authority will circulate the report to appropriate legislative committees. But boar... Read More

Game and Parks plans to place GPS collars on mountain lions

LINCOLN – Nebraska Game and Parks Commission field staff have begun efforts to capture and collar mountain lions. This effort is the beginning of a four-year research project. Game and Parks plans to place GPS tracking collars on seven to 15 moun... Read More

Dave Domina to Present Update on Water Law Issues & Syngenta Corn Litigation

Holdrege, NE – Dave Domina and Brian Jorde, agricultural lawyers representing farmers and ranchers across Nebraska, will host a series of free informational meetingsproviding updates on issues critical to agricultural producers and our state’s ec... Read More

Sidney captures Mitchell Wrestling Invitational

Paced by three individual champions Sidney claimed the Mitchell Wrestling Invitational Saturday. The Red Raiders scored 222.5 points compared to 156.5 for runner-up Gothenburg. The host Tigers finished third in the team standings with 128 point... Read More

Hessler earns title at tournament

Scottsbluff senior Keegan Hessler earned more hardware Saturday as he captured the 120-pound division at the Rocky Welton Wrestling Invitational in Garden City, Kansas. Teammate Salem Harsh also made it to the finals at 138.  While Hessler won 5-... Read More