Judge Rejects Farm Groups' Lawsuit to Keep EPA Data Private

A federal judge has rejected a lawsuit by two major farm groups that sought to block the release of data on large livestock farms in Minnesota and Iowa. The American Farm Bureau Federation and the Na... Read More

Nebraska Farm Bureau Names 2015 Leadership Academy Members

Ten farmers and ranchers from across Nebraska have been selected for Nebraska Farm Bureau’s 2015 Leadership Academy. The selected farmers and ranchers will begin the program Jan. 29-30 in Kearney. “The goal of the academy is to ignite the tale... Read More

EPA Allows Argentine Biodiesel to Enter U.S.

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency issued a new rule Tuesday that allows biodiesel from Argentina to be imported to the United States, and for the biodiesel to qualify as a renewable fuel that meets the Renewable Fuel Standard provided a third ... Read More

Region 22 Emergency Director ready to hit ground running

A new Emergency Management Director is now serving Scotts Bluff and Banner Counties. Tim Newman began duties as Region 22 Emergency Management Director on Monday. He replaces longtime Emergency Management Director Jerry Bretthauer and interim Di... Read More

Alliance pins Gering in wrestling dual

Alliance won 11 of 14 matches Tuesday night en route to a 54-to-15 win over the Gering Bulldogs in a wrestling dual held at Gering Junior High. Six of the 11 Alliance wins came by pin, including from the state's third rated 145-pound Class B wrest... Read More

Nebraska Cattlemen Voices Support for LB 85, Encourage Amended Fee Structure

LINCOLN – Nebraska Cattlemen (NC) today testified in support of LB 85, a bill regarding fees for the Nebraska Brand Committee, sponsored by Sen. Al Davis of Legislative District 43. In addition to voicing support for the bill, NC encouraged the Neb... Read More

HS Boys Basketball: Torrington at Gering - January 27, 2015


Gering couple arrested for drug violations, tampering with evidence

A Gering couple has been arrested for drug violations, tampering with evidence and theft after a raid on their home stemming from a stolen IPhone at a Gering elementary school. 31 year old Dustin Adams and 217 year old Jessica Marchington were arr... Read More

KNEB News Extra - January 28, 2015

Lion's Club members Becca Tompkins and Rick Tuggle join Kevin Mooney on KNEB's News Extra program Wednesday morning. They are on the program to talk about the annual Lions Club Classic Youth Basketball Tournament. It will be held on February 21... Read More

Smith Stands for Nebraska Agriculture at Trade Hearing

Washington, D.C. – Congressman Adrian Smith (R-NE) participated today in a House Ways and Means Committee hearing on the U.S. trade policy agenda.  In the hearing, Smith raised concerns to U.S. Trade Representative Michael Froman about workforce d... Read More

Nebraska ed. board member rejects calls for his resignation

A Nebraska education member is refusing to leave office despite a vote from his colleagues that called for his resignation after racist content appeared on his blog. The Nebraska State Board of Education voted 6-2 on Wednesday for member Pat McPhe... Read More