Deere & Co. predicts 20% decline in sales

Deere & Co. projected a 20% decline in farm equipment sales for the recently started business year, warning again that lower commodity prices and falling farm incomes are putting pressure on deman... Read More

Creighton moves to 5-0 on the year

OMAHA, Neb. -- Junior center Geoffrey Groselle made 7-of-8 shots and scored a career-high 15 points as No. 23 Creighton Men's Basketball earned a 75-53 win over Eastern Illinois on Tuesday night before 17,408 fans in Omaha. Fellow Bluejay reserve ... Read More

St. Francis Memorial Hospital Foundation Kicks Off Fund-Raiser

A fund drive letter went out this week from the St. Francis Memorial Hospital Foundation. This year's goal is $65,000.  Hospital Communications Director Todd Consbruck tells KTIC what the funds would be used to purchase. "This year the Foundat... Read More

Gov-Elect Picks Top Advisers

Nebraska Gov.-elect Pete Ricketts has named his top budget and policy advisers. Ricketts announced Tuesday that he will retain Gerry Oligmueller as the state budget administrator and Lauren Kintner as his policy director and genera... Read More

Governor Shocked By Testimony Of Parole Board Chairwoman

Governor Dave Heineman was asked about a number of issues during his bi-weekly call-in to KTIC Radio this morning. Asked about the resignation of Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel, the governor said, " Well I've known Chuck for a long time. He's had a... Read More

FFA Joins Organizations in #GivingTuesday

The National FFA Organization and National FFA Foundation are joining more than 10,000 organizations in an effort to transform how people think about, talk about and participate in the giving season. #GivingTuesday is December 2nd - the Tuesday after... Read More

Organizations Call Executive Order on Immigration Good First Step

Farmworker Justice says as many as 450-thousand farmworkers and spouses could qualify for relief under President Obama’s executive order on immigration - according to The Hagstrom Report. With protection against the fear of deportation - the organi... Read More

Shipping season to close on upper Mississippi River, earliest ever

The shipping season on the upper Mississippi River will end on Thursday as ice surrounding locks and dams near Minnesota's Twin Cities forced the earliest winter closure on records that date back to 1969, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers said. "Th... Read More

DAILY CASH GRAIN BIDS FOR TUESDAY NOV 25, 2014

Central Valley Ag Humphrey     Corn -    335    Beans - 981 Oakland    Corn -    326     Beans - 974 Tekamah    Corn -    326    Beans - 974 West Point    Corn -    332    Beans - 976 East Grain Hub    Corn... Read More

Animal Scientist Funston Gets Regional Extension Award

LINCOLN, Neb. — Nebraska Extension beef cattle reproduction specialist Rick Funston has been honored for his beef and heifer management work. Funston won the 2014 Regional Excellence in Extension award for the North Central Region from Cooperati... Read More

Monarchs Win Big

LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) _ Lane Napier ran for 119 yards and three touchdowns and Aquinas Catholic rushed for 308 of its 322 yards while defeating turnover-plagued Hartington Cedar Catholic 40-6 in the Class C2 championship game Tuesday. Aquinas (12-1) won... Read More