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UNK students can now rent cars for $5 an hour

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Students at the University of Nebraska at Kearney no longer need to have a car of their own on campus to get around town. Scott Benson, UNK’s assistant director of business services, says they’re launching an affordable transportation option called Enterprise CarShare. “Students will be able to rent cars for $5 an hour and that […]

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Motorcyclist arrested; chase in southeast Nebraska hit 118 mph

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A Nebraska State Patrol trooper clocked the motorcycle at 115 mph in a 55 mph zone. The motorcyclist would hit 118 mph during a high-speed chase in southeastern Nebraska that lasted a little more than half an hour. NSP reports 21-year-old Andrew Naderhoff of Hickman has been arrested on a number of charges and now […]

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Weather Forecasts Cause KSHSAA To Make State Tournament Changes

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TOPEKA, Kan.—The 2015 KSHSAA State Baseball and Softball Tournaments are set to begin this Thursday, however due to recent forecasts of rainy conditions the schedule has been altered and procedures set in place to help improve tournament play. State Track and Field and State Soccer are on as scheduled. Stay tuned to the KSHSAA Twitter account and website for updates. Softball Schedule Thursday, ...

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NU baseball will carry a four-game losing into the Big Ten Tournament

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The Nebraska baseball team held a 3-2 lead in the bottom of the fourth inning on Saturday, before rain sent the game into a near two hour delay in Champaign, IL.  Eventually, the game was called and will not count in the standings. The Huskers end the regular season with a 34-21 overall record, including a 9-14 […]

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NU softball drops opening regional game to Arizona State

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Arizona State scored five unearned runs in the bottom of the sixth inning to rally for a 5-2 victory over the Nebraska softball team on Friday in a game that saw two weather delays in Baton Rouge, La. Lightning caused a delay in the sixth with the Huskers up 1-0.  Following the near hour delay, […]

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Teens could get paid less under bill advancing in Unicameral

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State lawmakers have advanced a bill that would allow businesses to pay teen workers less. Legislative Bill 599 would allow businesses to pay their teen-age workers a dollar less than the new state $9/hour minimum wage, once fully implemented at the beginning of next year. Sen. Laura Ebke of Crete sponsors the bill, which she […]

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Butler enjoys first reunion with former Royals ‘mates

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About an hour before the Royals started their game with the A's on Friday, former Royals slugger Billy Butler got off the A's bus and strolled straight over to the Royals' clubhouse. Once inside, it was like Butler had never left.

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Time to “spring forward” but it make take the spring from your step

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Nebraskans will need to set their clocks forward an hour before heading to bed this Saturday night as we return to Daylight Saving Time. For some people, it’ll be a very tough adjustment to lose an hour of sleep. Dr. Stephen Grant, a board-certified sleep physician, says most of his patients get six to seven […]

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Rain delays start of Royals-Tigers series finale

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The start of Wednesday night's crucial series finale between the Royals and Tigers at Comerica Park was delayed due to inclement weather. Heavy downpours pounded the metro Detroit area all day. The rain slowed in the hour leading up to the scheduled fi...

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Sveum back in Chicago with new league, team

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Dale Sveum, who managed the Cubs to a 66-96 record in 2013, was dismissed one day after the conclusion of the regular season. He was hardly an hour removed from his duties with the Cubs when he received a call from Ned Yost to offer him a job.

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Yankees-Royals finale postponed by rain

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The rainout against the Yankees on Monday night had just been announced, but the Royals were already making a move in preparation for the Cleveland series. The fourth game of the Yankees series was postponed because of constant rain and the forecast of...

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Radio Home of the Wildcats

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Join Wyatt Thompson and Stan Webber for Kansas State Wildcat Football as legendary coach Bill Snyder looks to take the K-State Wildcats all the way to the College Football Championship this year. Classic Hits KQNK AM 1530 & FM 106.7 is your broadcast home for the Wildcats in Northwest Kansas & Southwest Nebraska with every game broadcast live. Check out ...

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Ag Field Day Set for Aug. 29 in Garden City

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GARDEN CITY, Kan. – Field tours and seminars on topics ranging from water issues to cover crops to comparisons of weed control in irrigated corn are highlights at the K-State Research and Extension field day planned Aug. 29 at the Southwest Research-Extension Center. The center is located at 4500 East Mary Street in Garden City. The field day, which begins ...

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Harvest Tips

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Harvest season is nearing the Norton and and some parts of Kansas are already done, but the Kansas Highway Patrol would like to remind motorists to use more caution and patience when traveling around farm trucks, tractors, and combines.  Most farm equipment is not designed to travel at highway speeds, and may only be designed to travel 15-25 miles per hour. Farm ...

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