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Farm Bureau Welcomes Tomato Deal with Mexico

The latest tomato agreement with Mexico shows the United States can work out trade disputes without resorting to tariffs and underscores the need to ratify the USMCA, the American Farm Bureau Federati... Read More

Mexico, US Agree on Tomato Duties

MEXICO CITY (Dow Jones) -- Mexican tomato growers reached a last-minute deal with the U.S. Commerce Department that will suspend an antidumping investigation and remove duties on U.S. imports of Mexican tomatoes in exchange for Mexico raising prices ... Read More

Martinez Named to Manning Award Watch List

Lincoln -- Nebraska sophomore quarterback Adrian Martinez garnered another watch list spot, as the Manning Award, sponsored by the Allstate Sugar Bowl, announced its 30-player watch list on Wednesday. Martinez is one of three sophomores on the Mann... Read More

Huskers to Begin Preparation for South Alabama

Lincoln, Neb. -- The Nebraska football team practiced for just over two hours Wednesday morning inside the Hawks Championship Center and outside on the Ed and Joyanne Gass practice fields, concluding practice with a brief walk-through on Tom Osborne... Read More

Probation search leads to sizable meth bust in Scottsbluff

A 48-year-old Scottsbluff man could be facing a minimum of 20 years in prison after getting caught with more than 12 grams of methamphetamine. Court documents say that Vincent Throckmorton was at a home where a probation search was being conducted... Read More

Watchdog Warns of 'Alarming' Conditions in Nebraska Prison

A Nebraska prisons watchdog has issued a warning about ``alarming'' conditions driven by staffing shortages and record overtime at the Nebraska State Penitentiary in Lincoln. Doug Koebernick, the inspector general for corrections, issued the repor... Read More

USCA Submits Comments Supporting BLM’s Targeted Grazing Project

On Wednesday, the United States Cattlemen’s Association (USCA) submitted comments in support of a project initiated by the Bureau of Land Management titled Targeted Grazing of Annual Grasses in the Great Basin Ecoregions in Nevada. The purpose o... Read More

(Listen) Gering softball with big numbers, experience this season

The 2019 fall softball season starts up for Gering tomorrow on the road in North Platte. The Lady Bulldogs will open up with a pair of games against North Platte and Adams Central. KNEB Sports caught up with Gering Head Coach, Tim Gonzalez, for a ... Read More

Elanco to Acquire Bayer Animal Health

Elanco Animal Health has entered into a $7.6 billion agreement with Bayer to acquire its animal health business in a transaction valued at $7.6 billion. The transaction, which is subject to regulatory approval, will double Elanco's companion animal b... Read More

Some User Fees to Rise Slightly Under 2019-2020 Gering Budget

For the first time in at least three years, Gering residents would see very modest increases in certain fees under the budget that will go before the public in a hearing September 9th. Tuesday afternoon, department heads met with the city council,... Read More

Powerful thunderstorm ravages Scotts Bluff County and beyond

Residents of Scotts Bluff and surrounding counties waking up to yet another round of damage this morning, as severe weather arrived late last evening ripped into the area around 10 o'clock. (Murphy/KNEB/RRN) As the storm surged east into the S... Read More