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North Dakota Judge Blocks Waters of the U.S. Rule

A federal judge in North Dakota acted late Thursday to block the Obama administration’s controversial water pollution rule, hours before it was due to take effect. Judge Ralph Erickson of the Dis... Read More

Study Shows Aquifers Contaminated by Natural Uranium

Nearly 2 million people throughout the Great Plains and California live above aquifer sites contaminated with natural uranium that is mobilized by human-contributed nitrate, according to a study from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. Data from r... Read More

DAILY CASH GRAIN BIDS FOR THURSDAY AUGUST 27 2015

Central Valley Ag Elgin          Corn -     330       Beans - 829 Humphrey     Corn -    334    Beans - 829 Monroe      Corn -   337    Beans - 834 Oakland E. Hub    Corn -    334    Beans - 834 Royal Hu... Read More

Monsanto, rivals eye next step after Syngenta deal collapse

Aug 26 Monsanto Co, having ditched an audacious $46 billion offer for Syngenta AG , may downshift to a humbler strategy of beefing up its crop protection portfolio through other acquisitions, partnerships and licensing agreements. The deal's colla... Read More

Fremont man hurt in accident

A 24-year old Fremont man was taken to an Omaha hospital following a one-vehicle accident early Saturday morning. According to the Fremont Tribune, Brandon Schneckenberger was taken to Fremont Health Medical Center before being transported to Univ... Read More

(Audio) Thayer Central Schools Serving Locally Grown Nebraska Beef

Yesterday a celebration was held at Thayer Central High School to kickoff their new school lunch program that will include fresh locally raised beef donated by area producers. "We are very excited about the program. We are in the process of having... Read More

Father headed to trial

A dad who allegedly caused his daughter's death is headed for trial next spring as he waived his right to a speedy trial. According to the Sioux City Journal, 26-year old Paul Hill, of Sioux City, is set to go to trial on April 26th. Hill is ac... Read More

Man pleads not guilty to leaving scene of fatal accident

A 29-year old South Sioux City man has pled not guilty to fleeing from a fatal hit-and-run accident. According to the Sioux City Journal, Dustin Suppi put forth his plea on Tuesday in Woodbury County District Court. Suppi's trial has been set f... Read More

Husker volleyball starts this weekend

The No. 5 Nebraska volleyball team opens the 2015 regular season with the Nebraska Invitational at the Bob Devaney Sports Center this weekend. The Huskers will host Tulsa on Friday night at 7 p.m. in the season opener. NU will then play Grand Cany... Read More

USDA Awards Energy Funding to 23 Nebraska Recipients

Twenty-three Nebraska applicants have been selected to receive $486,026 in grants from USDA Rural Development through the Rural Energy for America Program (REAP).  Funds will be used to install renewable energy systems and make energy efficiency imp... Read More