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Chairman Roberts Listens to Kansas Producers at Manhattan Hearing on Farm Bill

MANHATTAN, Kan.,– Continuing his commitment to put the concerns of farmers and ranchers first, U.S. Senator Pat Roberts, R-Kan., Chairman of the U.S. Senate Committee on Agriculture, Nutrition, and ... Read More

Husker Men fall at MSU

East Lansing, Mich. – Tai Webster posted his first career double-double with 19 points and 10 rebounds, but a 15-3 Michigan State run to close the first half proved to be too much in the Spartans’ 88-72 win Thursday night. Webster led NU with ... Read More

Husker Women Start Slow in Loss at Michigan

Ann Arbor, Mich. - Jessica Shepard and Allie Havers led four Huskers in double figures with 12 points apiece, but the Nebraska women's basketball team fell behind big early and could not recover in an 88-60 loss to No. 25 Michigan at Crisler Arena ... Read More

No. 8 Beavers Drop Huskers

Surprise, Ariz. – The Nebraska baseball team (1-2, 0-0 Big Ten) fell behind 4-0 after the first inning to the No. 8 Oregon State Beavers (5-0, 0-0 Pac-12) on Thursday afternoon and were unable to comeback in a 10-1 loss. Nebraska’s bats were k... Read More

Recreation center discussions in preliminary stage

Scottsbluff City Manager Nathan Johnson says very preliminary discussions have taken place regarding the need for a community recreation center. Johnson told KNEB News that with the pending closure of the Indoor Splash pool in a couple years, a wi... Read More News: February 23, 2017

Today on News: Winter storm blankets the region with upwards of two feet of snow; communities digging out Bayard Elementary students acting "fishy" amidst hands on science project in partnership with Nebraska Game and Parks Commission... Read More

Nebraska senator renews quest to ban mountain lion hunting

Nebraska's longest-serving senator is once again trying to outlaw mountain lion hunting, describing the animals as majestic and no threat to humans. Sen. Ernie Chambers of Omaha argued in a committee hearing Thursday that lawmakers never should h... Read More

Precision Ag Makes Farming More Sustainable, Profitable

Lincoln, Neb. — Farmers have numerous sources of technology and data available to use in their operations, but many producers struggle with what kind and how much technology they need.  Understanding which technologies and datasets are important... Read More

Drone project pushes GHS into Top Ten Finalists in Samsung contest

Out of 51 state winners, Gering High School has been named one of ten National Finalists in the Samsung Solve for Tomorrow Contest, a program that encourages teachers and students to solve real-world issues in their community using classroom skills i... Read More

Alliance the snow capital of the panhandle with 22

The KNEB studios have received 13 inches of snow, wand while that may be a lot, other comunities in the region have received much more.  Alliance as of 1:30 had received 22" of snow, Wheatland 20", Torrington 14" , Melbeta and Bayard 10" and Bridgep... Read More

HS basketball postseason games being rescheduled

The massive winter storm hitting the Panhandle is now forcing more changes to the high school basketball postseason schedule. Here's what we know so far. Girls C2-6 District Championship Hemingford vs. Cambridge at Creek Valley High School has... Read More