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Foecke, Hames Earn Big Ten Weekly Awards

LINCOLN, Neb. - Nebraska senior outside hitter Mikaela Foecke was named the Big Ten Player of the Week on Monday, and setter Nicklin Hames was named the Big Ten Freshman of the Week, the conference of... Read More

U.S. Ag Coalition Heads to Cuba Despite Crackdown

A coalition of ag groups, agribusinesses, and related industries sent a group of representatives to Cuba for a three-day conference aimed at increasing sales and cooperation between the two nations. Reuters says the conference was held in spite of Pr... Read More

Ricketts considering tax plan to help struggling farmers

LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) — Nebraska Gov. Pete Ricketts is considering a proposal that would change the way agricultural land is taxed to provide relief to farmers who are struggling amid low crop prices. The governor floated the idea last week as a wa... Read More

California Animal Activists Face Felony Charges after Chicken Theft

Back in September, six animal activists were arrested for stealing chickens from a poultry farm in Sonoma County, California. The industry website MeatingPlace.com says they now face felony burglary, theft, and trespassing charges. The six people ... Read More

Trump Veto Threat Not Taken Seriously

As Congress is back in D.C., both House and Senate Ag leaders are promising to take action on a new farm bill during the upcoming lame-duck session. While the negotiations are in the stretch-run, questions remain on just how dug in the president i... Read More

Huskers Move To 2-0 On The Season

Lincoln -- James Palmer Jr. had 15 of his game-high 17 points in the first half, as No. 25 (Coaches) Nebraska improved to 2-0 on the season with an 87-35 victory over Southeastern Louisiana Sunday afternoon. The Huskers shot 56 percent and put si... Read More

Rural population growing again

The decline in the nation’s rural population first began in 2010, before reaching its lowest level in 2011-2012. Rural areas lost nearly 62,000 residents that year, alone. Since then it’s begun to reverse. The Economic Research Service at the ... Read More

(Audio)  Hundreds Attend Dedication Of New American Veterans Park

click here or on podcast page to hear interview with Phil Burns)     Several hundred people braved the cold weather on Veterans Day to attend the dedication of the new American Veterans Park on Main Street in West Point.   ... Read More

Animal activists face felony charges after chicken theft

In September, six animal activists were arrested for stealing chickens from a poultry farm in Sonoma County, Calif. The industry website Meating Place Dot Com reported they now face felony burglary, theft, and trespassing charges. The six people a... Read More

Trump veto threat not taken seriously

As Congress is back in D.C., both House and Senate Ag leaders are promising to take action on a new farm bill during the upcoming lame-duck session. While the negotiations are in the stretch-run, questions remain on just how dug in the president is o... Read More

Nebraska Volleyball wins at Michigan

ANN ARBOR, Mich. - The No. 6 Nebraska volleyball team recovered from a slow start to earn a 3-1 road victory at No. 15 Michigan in front of a sold-out crowd of 1,800 at Cliff Keen Arena on Saturday night. Michigan had the early advantage after wi... Read More