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Audio: October cattle on feed report

The October cattle on feed report was not all that friendly to a market that has been down this week. Cattle on feed and cattle sent to market in the month of September were at or near analyst expecta... Read More

CARES Act Free Lunches Extended at Scottsbluff Public Schools

Free meals for students at Scottsbluff Public Schools will now continue through the end of the 2020-2021 school year. According to a release from the District, the USDA waiver for school meals funded through the CARES Act has been extended, meanin... Read More

Veggie burgers are still burgers, EU lawmakers rule

European lawmakers say that plant-based products that do not contain meat can continue to be labeled “sausages” or “burgers.” The EU parliament on Friday rejected proposals backed by meat industry lobbyists that could have led to a ban on ... Read More

Local Law Enforcement Joining Forces to Help Deputy With Medical Expenses

Law enforcement and first responders from the Panhandle are joining forces to help raise funds for a local deputy who has been fighting for his life. Scotts Bluff County Deputy Josh Ruzicka has been critically ill for several weeks and has been ho... Read More

(Watch) KNEB.tv Sportscast (Gering Cross Country Coach Rick Marez)

This is Thursday's update from the KNEB.tv Sportsdesk that includes Gering Cross Country coach Rick Marez ahead of the State Cross Country Meet today in Kearney. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NO2nCL4-L3E The Gering girls are the defending Cla... Read More

Harvest begins to wrap up in Nebraska | Fridays in the Field | Ep. 22

The growing season is coming to an end for many producers in Nebraska, including Mark Duffek who farms near Dwight. Duffek said he completed harvest last Saturday. While his soybean crop started out strong, dry conditions in the last few months ha... Read More

(Listen) D1, D2 playoff scores & Friday Night Preview

The Nebraska State Football Playoffs got underway on Thursday in D1 and D2 for teams across the region. Panhandle teams went 0-4. Those scores below and then the Friday Night Preview including hearing from both head coaches for the Gering at Scott... Read More

CSC vs. BHSU football game cancelled

CHADRON, Neb. -- October 22, 2020 -- Chadron State College's football game scheduled for Saturday against Black Hills State has been canceled. According to a press release from Black Hills State University, the Yellow Jacket's football team have a... Read More

Reduced Charges Filed in Gering Teacher Sexting Case

Charges have been reduced for former Gering Junior High School science teacher Zachary Boness, who had been facing two felonies and a misdemeanor in connection with an alleged sexting incident involving a teenage girl. According to an amended comp... Read More

2019 Organic Survey results show sales up 31% from 2016

The Department of Agriculture’s 2019 Organic Survey released Thursday finds total sales of $9.93 billion in organic products, an increase of $2.37 billion, or 31 percent, from 2016. Released by USDA’s National Agricultural Statistics Service, ... Read More

Panhandle Corn Harvest Being Completed Early

A dry stretch of weather has helped area farmers complete their 2020 corn harvest earlier than ever. KNEB.tv's Ryan Murphy caught up with Sioux County farmer Glenn Miller this week after completing combining of his 400 acres and moving onto custom ha... Read More