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Hensley: Iowa baseball’s series against Nebraska was a signature Hellerball win

On March 24, Iowa baseball lost to Indiana on the road, 7-1. That loss marked the first time since 2008 that the Hawkeye baseball team started the season 0-3 in conference play.


Nebraska Supreme Court session to be held in Scottsbluff RU

SCOTTSBLUFF — In honor of Law Day, Nebraska Supreme Court Justices will hold oral arguments in the Scottsbluff High School auditorium on April 29. This visit marks the first time the Supreme Court has held court arguments in Scottsbluff. The event is part of a continuing effort by the Nebraska Supre


Nebraska man’s rapid heartbeat stabilizes after ambulance hits pothole: report

Paramedics near Omaha last Monday were racing to a hospital to save a 59-year-old man whose heart was racing at work, Omaha's WOWT reported. The man’s heart reached 200 beats per minute during the seven-mile 20-minute ride in an ambulance, the report said.


Floodwater mosquitoes likely in Nebraska but too soon to know about West Nile-carriers

Though stagnant water can be an appealing breeding ground for mosquitoes, it's still early to know if floodwaters will impact this season's mosquito population. When the flooding occurred in March, temperatures were still cool. Cool weather is not conducive for mosquito development.


$48 Million In FEMA Assistance To Flood Victims In Nebraska

Federal money is heading to Nebraska to help those impacted by the flooding. FEMA and the Nebraska Emergency Management Agency released an announcement that says Nebraska will receive $48 million.


Hoiberg poised to improve quality of Nebraska transfer acquisitions

The college basketball world has gone through some significant changes since Fred Hoiberg coached his last college basketball game in 2015. The two massive changes have been the shot clock going from 35 to 30 seconds and the elusive transfer portal in basketball. These changes have changed the baske


New Disaster Recovery Centers to open in Nebraska.

(KTIV) – FEMA is still working to provide aid to people impacted by last month’s flooding, but time is running out to meet with an official in person. If you’re a resident of Woodbury County and want to sit down with a FEMA official, you are encouraged to do so by Thursday, April 25th.


Nebraska girl killed after running in front of SUV on Easter

Heartbreak for a Bellevue family as they remember their 6-year-old girl who was fatally struck by an SUV on Easter Sunday. Police said what happened near 23rd and Emiline Streets seems to be an accident and the driver will not be cited.


Kansas woman who bought out Payless store for Nebraska flood victims to appear Monday on ‘Ellen DeGeneres Show’

HAYS, Kan. — A Kansas woman who donated 204 pairs of shoes to Nebraska flood victims after buying all the remaining shoes at a Payless store that was closing will appear this afternoon on the “Ellen DeGeneres Show.”


Multi-vehicle collision involving four semis kills Nebraska man on I-80

WYOMING – An early morning crash involving four 18-wheelers and a passenger vehicle near Cheyenne, Wyo., proved fatal for a Nebraska resident. Wyoming Highway Patrol troopers were dispatched at 6:34am this morning for a collision on Interstate 80 at milepost 368 east of Cheyenne.


Nebraska State Patrol finds 368 pounds of marijuana during arrest

(KTIV) – An Indiana man was arrested Saturday during a traffic stop on I-80, after the Nebraska State Patrol found nearly 370 pounds of marijuana in his vehicle. Thirty-seven-year-old Bradley Wooten, of Carmel, Indiana, was arrested for possession of marijuana- more than one pound, possession with i


Man who drove 4 mph, then 147 mph, arrested on Interstate 80 in Nebraska

Nebraska State Patrol troopers arrested a California man Saturday who is accused of driving under the influence of drugs while driving 4 mph and, later, 147 mph on Interstate 80.


Nebraska Football: Projecting Where Cornhuskers Will Go in the 2019 NFL Draft

When the official Nebraska football Twitter account uses its "ProBigRed" hashtag, those behind the keyboard do so with authority. Nebraska has had at least one player selected in the NFL draft over the past 57 years and looks to extend that streak during this week's annual player selection meeting.


Three Highway Crashes Follow Fatality Accident Near Nebraska City

NEBRASKA CITY – Emergency crews responded to three more highway accidents following the fatality accident on Highway 75 south of Nebraska City. On Thursday, the Nebraska State Patrol arrested a 37-year-old Kansas woman Thursday after a two-vehicle collision on Highway 2 west of Nebraska City.


Nebraska basketball transfer tracker: The latest on potential additions to the Husker roster

The Huskers currently have four open scholarships, and Fred Hoiberg and his staff are determined to get those filled as quickly as possible. With Matt Abdelmassih as the program's lead recruiter, Nebraska will be going after transfers hard, just like they did at Iowa State. A handful of those transf


Nebraska Football: 3 Huskers who didn’t benefit from 2019 spring practice

For these Nebraska Football players, that is a good thing. All throughout spring ball, you have heard me talk about players that have really stepped up and played well. They are most likely names you have not heard much of yet, but will in the fall. That is what spring ball is all about: letting unh



Iowa faced off against Nebraska, the top ranked team in the Big Ten this weekend and did exactly what Iowa has done to Nebraska ever since Heller took over: dominated them. Rick Heller and the Hawks are now 11-4 vs Nebraska since he became the head coach, and they were one diving catch away from a s


Looking for a job? Nebraska corrections officials offer $3,000 bonus to work at certain prisons

LINCOLN — State corrections officials took more steps Monday to improve recruitment and retention of prison staff. The moves include a continuation and expansion of bonuses for newly hired employees at certain prisons, and incentives for referring and supervising new staff.


Nebraska energy plant suspending production to make repairs

SOUTH SIOUX CITY, Neb. (AP) — A northeastern Nebraska renewable energy plant is suspending production so it can make repairs that its owner hopes will resolve ongoing discharge and odor issues, a company official said.


Out-of-state farm company travels through Nebraska holding free barbecues in various communities

BATTLE CREEK – It was a gloomy day in Battle Creek, but that didn’t stop the grills from being fired up and pumping out burgers in the Farmer’s Pride parking lot. Verdesian Life Sciences is a company that is dedicated to helping farmers by developing products and technologies that help grow more cro