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Huskers and Hawkeyes Locked In Early Slugfest

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Early offensive production has been hard to come by as Nebraska and Iowa are battling in cold temperatures in Lincoln.   Nebraska managed only 32 yards in the first quarter, while Iowa was limited to 63.  Neither team found the scoreboard in the first period.   Quarterback Tommy Armstrong has only 2 yards passing on […]

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Huskers Lead Rutgers Headed to Final Quarter

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The Nebraska football traded touchdowns with Rutgers in the third quarter, but hold onto a lead headed to the final period of play.   Nebraska’s lead was cut to seven with the a trick play touchdown by Rutgers early in the third quarter, but the Huskers were able to push the margin back to 14 […]

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Nebraska Storms to Early Lead over #6 Michigan State

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The Nebraska defense played one of the best quarters of the year in the opening period against #6 ranked Michigan State.  And Nebraska’s offense was on target too to give Nebraska the early lead.   Nebraska’s defense set the tone on the first Michigan State possession, stopped the Spartans on a fourth down attempt.   […]

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Purdue Opens Big Lead Over Huskers

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Purdue used a big third quarter to open up a large lead over Nebraska.   Nebraska started the half with a 75 yard touchdown drive to cut Purdue’s lead to 21-16, but the rest of the quarter belonged to Purdue.   The Boilermakers scored three times in the period, once after forcing a fourth Husker […]

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Dodge County DUI testing equipment not properly calibrated

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Those arrested for driving under the influence of alcohol in Dodge County between July of 2012 and July of 2015 may be able to get that conviction overturned. The Dodge County Attorney reports the breathalyzer equipment was not properly calibrated. There were more than 180 DUI cases during that time period and those impacted by […]

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Huskers and Badgers Scoreless After One Quarter

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Defense has been the name of the game so far in Lincoln as the Huskers and Badgers are scoreless through the first quarter of play.   Nebraska managed only two first downs in the first period, while Wisconsin fared slightly better with four.  The Badgers had the best scoring chance, driving their first possession down […]

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Yost stacks AL roster with elite talent, versatility

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Royals manager Ned Yost, who will be the American League's manager at next Tuesday's All-Star Game, said he had been sleeping really well until the last three or four days. And not so coincidentally, that's the time period when Yost started to make som...

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Hosmer caught in All-Star vote; Perez tops AL

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Royals first baseman Eric Hosmer has been caught by Detroit's Miguel Cabrera in All-Star voting, but the Royals still have seven would-be starters as we head near the end of the voting period.

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Five on watch for Ebola in Omaha have been released

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The five people being monitored in Omaha after possibly being exposed to Ebola have completed their quarantine period. Four have left the Omaha area. The fifth, who had a heart ailment over the weekend, has been discharged by Nebraska Medicine and will leave the area soon. Nebraska Medicine abided by the privacy request made by […]

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Accusations of fraternity hazing on the rise

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The University of Nebraska – Lincoln Sigma Lamda Beta fraternity is among several in the spotlight after accusations of hazing and other inappropriate or criminal actions. The Association of Fraternity and Sorority Advisers Executive Director and CEO Mark Koepsell says hazing is the biggest issue they deal with – period.  Koepsell says, “It is the […]

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Colon’s return short-circuited by finger injury

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Infielder Christian Colon's return to the Royals lasted only three innings. Colon left Tuesday night's 2-1 victory over the Rangers with a fractured distal tip of the middle finger of his right hand and will be out for an undetermined period.

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Butler feeling positive vibes after multi-hit day

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After a worrisome and completely uncharacteristic period early in the season, Royals designated hitter Billy Butler is showing positive signs of regaining his old flair at the plate -- collecting two hits in Saturday's 5-4 win over the Twins.

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CRP Sign-Up

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A Conservation Reserve Program (CRP) general signup has been set for March 12 through April 6. This is the third consecutive year that USDA has offered a general CRP signup.  Landowners enrolled in the CRP program receive annual rental payments and cost-share assistance to establish long-term, resource conserving covers on eligible farmland. Land that is not currently enrolled in CRP ...

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CAFO Regulations

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Kansas Governor Sam Brownback and Attorney General Derek Schmidt last week submitted a letter urging the Environmental Protection Agency to scrap a proposed regulation on Concentrated Animal Feeding Operations (CAFOs). Brownback and Schmidt cited concerns that the rule would place an undue burden on Kansas livestock producers. The proposed rule, known as the CAFO Reporting Rule, would require all CAFOs ...

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