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Crop Progress and Condition Report

Nebraska For the week ending July 26, 2015, Nebraska experienced near normal temperatures throughout the State, according to the USDA’s National Agricultural Statistics Service. Portions of the sou... Read More

Gering council to consider hotel redevelopment agreement

The Gering city council Monday evening will consider approving a redevelopment agreement using tax increment financing for  infrastructure improvements associated with a planned downtown Gering hotel. The Tetrad property group in Lincoln plans to... Read More

Alliance P.D. investigating vandalism to cruiser

The Alliance Police Department is seeking the public's help to locate a suspect who vandalized one of their police cars. Early Saturday morning, someone threw a large piece of concrete through the rear window of a parked cruiser while officers wer... Read More

Sexten Leads CBA Supply Development

Certified Angus Beef LLC (CAB) has hired Justin Sexten to lead its Supply Development team as director of that division. The Ohio native brings to his new post a broad expertise in beef production, research and education. “As the cattle cycle en... Read More

Detours in place on 2nd Avenue with turn lane installed on 27th Street

Work is underway along Scottsbluff's 27th Street at 2nd Avenue, where a turn lane is being added, along with new traffic control signals at the intersection. Public Works Director Mark Bohl tells KNEB News the closure of 2nd Avenue on both the nor... Read More

PADD about a month away from naming new director

PADD - the Panhandle Area Development District - is getting closer to naming a new executive director, but it will be a few more weeks at least. Nebraska Northwest Development Corporation Director Deb Cottier is Chadron's representative on the PAD... Read More

Additional arrests made in Friday prisoner escape

The Scottsbluff Police Department has arrested two additional women connected to a prisoner who briefly escaped from a patrol car Friday. 19-year-olds Taure Lame and Kelly Lemay have been charged with Aiding Escape and Possession of a Controlled S... Read More

NCBA: TPP Must Deliver

Beef producers from five Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) member countries are calling for a high-quality market access deal on beef to be secured at the TPP ministerial meeting in Hawaii this month. Negotiators and trade ministers from the 12 TPP ... Read More

Nebraska lawsuit challenging oil pipeline to get hearing today

A hearing is scheduled today in the Nebraska lawsuit challenging a Canadian company's efforts to build an oil pipeline across the Plains to the Gulf Coast. The landowners are challenging the validity of the state law that authorized TransCanada'... Read More

2015 Husker preview with Dave Bartoo

A couple of years ago I was scrolling through my Twitter feed and kept noticing Gerry DiNardo of the Big Ten Network continually referencing the work of Dave Bartoo. I had no idea who he was, so, of course, I had to find out. I clicked on Dave's t... Read More

Salvation Army offers free football workshop with ex-Huskers

OMAHA, Neb. (AP) _ Young football players will have a chance to learn from Heisman Trophy winner Johnny Rodgers and other former Huskers at a free workshop. The Salvation Army is sponsoring the event on Saturday at its Kroc Center in southeast Oma... Read More