Pot brownies not a good thing in parts of western Nebraska

Possession of a pot brownie will result in a fine in most of Nebraska, but in some western counties it could land you in jail. The Lincoln Journal Star reports that some counties near Colorado are... Read More

Men's Top 25 College Basketball Scores

COLLEGE BASKETBALL TOURNAMENTS< Hawaiian Airlines Diamond Head Classic Championship at Stan Sheriff Center Final  George Washington   60  Wichita St.   54 Third Place at Stan Sheriff Center Final  Hawaii           ... Read More

Scottsbluff crews out Christmas day clearing roads

Scottsbluff City Manager Rick Kuckkahn says a snow emergency exists once again after the twin cities area was dumped on with another eight to ten inches of snow on Christmas day, possibly heavier in some areas. Kuckkahn said the city trucks were o... Read More

MF Global to Pay $100-Million Fine in CFTC Settlement

The U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission said on Wednesday it had fined MF Global Holdings Ltd for wrongdoing during the collapse of the futures brokerage, but will continue its lawsuit against the firm's former chief, Jon Corzine. A federal ... Read More

NU Holds Off Ohio In Hawaii

Honolulu – Behind 22 points each from Shavon Shields and Terran Petteway, the Nebraska men’s basketball team picked up its second-straight win with a 71-58 victory over Ohio in the fifth-place game of the Hawaiian Airlines Diamond Head Classic Th... Read More

Huskers Visit Seaworld

Chula Vista, Calif. – The Nebraska football team held a walkthrough on Christmas morning at Southwestern College, practicing for roughly one hour on the field turf at DeVore Stadium. It was the team’s third practice during its time in San Diego b... Read More

WYDOT:

A strong, but rare, Christmas Day storm has dumped several inches of snow in western Nebraska and eastern Wyoming and is disrupting many travel plans. The Wyoming Department of Transportation said that "no unnecessary travel" is requested for all ... Read More

NU Regents still mulling over president candidates

The University of Nebraska regents are still mulling four candidates for the system's top spot. The Lincoln Journal Star reports the Board of Regents met behind closed doors for two hours on Tuesday to review feedback submitted by students, facu... Read More

Ag Drone Maker Receives Permission to Fly

Trimble scored a public relations coup December 10 when it received an exemption from the Federal Aviation Administration allowing it to fly its UX5 Aerial Imaging Solution (drone) for commercial purposes. Specifically, the exemption is to Secti... Read More

Agate Fossil Beds celebrates Boxing Day Friday

Agate Fossil Beds National Monument will hold its 16th annual celebration of Boxing Day Friday. Agate's Lil Mansfield says Boxing Day originated in the United Kingdom and became a Canadian tradition when servants and tradespeople would receive gif... Read More

Legacy of the Plains announces tree decoration contest winners

Legacy of the Plains Wednesay announced the winners of the "Trees Along the Trail" Christmas tree decorating contest: 1st Prize-Panhandle Quilt Guild, 2nd Prize-Daughters of the American Revolution, 3rd Prize-Riverside Discovery Center, President's C... Read More