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Shields Signs to Play in Germany

Lincoln - The Fraport Skyliners announced the signing of former Husker standout Shavon Shields on Wednesday. The Skyliners are based in Frankfurt, Germany, and play in the Bundesliga. Shields, a 6-fo... Read More

CSC students welcome upgraded and expanded WiFi

Chadron State College students living on campus got a nice surprise when they moved in over the weekend - wireless service was upgraded and expanded over the summer. Vice president of enrollment management and student services Jon Hansen says it's... Read More

Japanese Trade Organization Leader to Speak at University of Nebraska

Lincoln, Nebraska, Aug. 24, 2016 – Hiroyuki Ishige, chairman and CEO of the Japan External Trade Organization (JETRO), will speak at the University of Nebraska on Sept. 13 as a guest of the developing Clayton K. Yeutter Institute of International T... Read More

Huskers Begin Season at VERT Challenge in Oregon

The No. 1 Nebraska volleyball team begins its 2016 season at the VERT Challenge in Eugene, Ore., where a pair of top-10 opponents await the Huskers on opening weekend. Nebraska will face No. 10 Florida in the tournament opener at Matthew Knight Arena... Read More

(AUDIO) Pro Farmer Crop Tour Peg NE Corn Numbers Below USDA's and 2015 Tour Estimates

Nebraska and Indiana corn and soybean estimates were released last night by the Pro Farmer crop tour scouts. West leg tour participants ended the night in Nebraska City. Scouts sampled a total of 258 fields primarily in the eastern half of Nebras... Read More

Carpenter Center secures funding for tumbling pavilion

Carpenter Center Director Bob Nemnich says they have secured the funding necessary to begin construction on a new tumbling pavilion to house their growing gymnastics program. Nemnich says between private donations and in-kind assistance they had r... Read More

Stranger Danger letter sent home to BMS parents following Monday incident

Scottsbluff Public School Officials are reinforcing safety after a suspicious person reportedly tried to lure a student into their vehicle earlier this week. Bluffs Middle School Parents received a letter Tuesday afternoon alerting parents about ... Read More

Grassley Calls for Hearing in September to Look at Seed, Chemical Mergers

OMAHA (DTN) -- Sen. Chuck Grassley, R-Iowa, chair of the Senate Judiciary Committee, announced Tuesday that his committee would hold a hearing on the current state of the agricultural seed and chemical industries, in light of the number of mergers an... Read More

BPI Dropping Some from “Pink Slime

ABC news reporters Diane Sawyer and Jim Avila and American Broadcasting Companies Inc. remain as defendants in $1.2 billion lawsuit brought by Beef Products Inc. in Dakota Dunes, SD. However, the beef company that pioneered the product dubbed "pink s... Read More

Mitchell man arrested for attack on stepfather

A 37 year old Mitchell man has been arrested for aggravated assault after allegedly beating his step-father Tuesday. A Mitchell Police court affidavit says Daniel Magdaleno drove into a Mitchell trail park and chased Raymond Magdaleno to his trail... Read More

18-year-old facing drug and weapons charges following June pursuit

An 18-year-old Scottsbluff man is facing a slew of felony charges following his Tuesday arrest stemming from a July warrant. Pedro Morales- Courtesy Scotts Bluff County Detention Center Pedro Morales is charged with 3 counts of Felon in Posses... Read More