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Mississippi State rolls North Carolina in CWS Winner's bracket game

OMAHA, Neb. (AP) _ Jordan Westburg hit a grand slam, doubled and drove in seven runs and Mississippi State went on to beat North Carolina 12-2 in the College World Series on Tuesday. The Bulldogs (39-... Read More

Angus Genetic Evaluation Reaches Historic Milestone

The Angus genetic evaluation has now surpassed 500,000 genotypes in the database. The actual number stands at 500,879, which reflects a dual collection partnership between the American Angus Association® and the Canadian Angus Association. Startin... Read More

FDA to Hold Fake Meat Public Meeting

The Food and Drug Administration is seeking public comment on fake meat, or foods produced using animal cell culture technology. The FDA will hold a public meeting next month to gather comments. The National Cattlemen’s Beef Association says the... Read More

Goodbye Trans Fats, Hello High Oleic Soybeans

ROCKVILLE, Md. (DTN) -- Monday marks the deadline for the American food industry to rid itself of trans fats, and it couldn't come at a better time for the high oleic soybean industry. Trans fats are a type of unsaturated fat that are a major contri... Read More

Prison sentence upheld for Scottsbluff Burger King burglar

The man convicted for the December 25, 2015 break-in at the Scottsbluff Burger King has lost his appeal. The Nebraska Court of Appeals has upheld the prison sentence for 45-year-old Anthony De Los Santos, who was sentenced to 12 to 20 years in pri... Read More

Senate Bill Creates Group to Study Trucking Regulations

Legislation introduced last week in the U.S. Senate would revise existing trucking regulations to make the rules more flexible for drivers hauling livestock, according to the National Pork Producers Council. The “Modernizing Agricultural Transpo... Read More

Wyoming wildfire likely human caused

Authorities say their preliminary investigation into the cause of a wildfire that has burned about 31 square miles  in southern Wyoming points to it being human caused. However, investigators with the U.S. Forest Service say they need more inform... Read More

(Audio) Crick Hopes To Find New Team

Former Husker Star and Cozad native Jared Crick is still a free agent this summer. Crick missed all of last year with the Denver Broncos after injuring his back in training camp. KRVN's Jayson Jorgensen spoke with him about how things are progressing... Read More

U.S. SOY GROWER LEADERS PARTICIPATE IN EXPHOTEL IN MEXICO

American Soybean Association (ASA) president and former USSEC director John Heisdorffer, an Iowa farmer, and United Soybean Board (USB) director Mark Caspers, a soybean farmer from Nebraska, participated in Exphotel, the leading trade show for Mexico... Read More

Scottsbluff considering food truck ordinance

The Scottsbluff City Council Monday evening conducted a public hearing to get input on a proposed ordinance  regulating mobile food vendors in the city. The council received input from a number of local vendors regarding the types of regulation a... Read More

U.S. SOY RESPONDS TO TARIFF ANNOUNCEMENT

ST. LOUIS – In response to the announcement regarding U.S. tariffs on Chinese imports, the American Soybean Association (ASA), the U.S. Soybean Export Council (USSEC) and the United Soybean Board (USB) release the following statements. “Nobody... Read More