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Royals marathon to air on Christmas Day

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FOX Sports Kansas City will fill up your Christmas Day with a Royals marathon featuring the best games of the 2015 World Series championship season.

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Tips on caring for yourself during the holidays after the death of a loved one

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Many Nebraskans have lost loved ones in the past year and the next few weeks may be very difficult for them as it’ll be their first year-end holiday season without that person. Jim Luder, a bereavement and hospice care counselor, says there’s no right or wrong way to celebrate the holidays after the death of […]

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Huskers work to eliminate turnovers

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Nebraska offensive coordinator Danny Langsdorf says the decision making of quarterback Tommy Armstrong is a focus as the Huskers prepare to face UCLA in the Foster Farms Bowl on December 26th. Armstrong was intercepted four times in the Huskers’ 28-20 loss to Iowa and he finished the regular season with 16 interceptions. “Taking care of […]

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Kansas Ag Issues Podcast – 12/16/2015

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  David Corbin of Fulton Valley Farms joined us on Wednesday’s Ag Issues program.  David talks about Lights of Kindness that captures […]

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Huskers want to finish with a win

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The Nebraska football team is relishing the chance to finish the season with a quality win. The Huskers returned to the practice field over the weekend to begin preparation for the December 26th Foster Farms Bowl against UCLA. At 5-7 it has been a season full of disappointment but Husker coach Mike Riley says a […]

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Royals officially sign Soria to 3-year deal

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Joakim Soria is heading back to Kansas City on a three-year deal with a mutual option for the 2019 season. The deal is worth $25 million, according to a source -- $7 million in 2016, $8 million in 2017, $9 mil in 2018 with a $10 million option for '19 ...

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Yost shows instincts can outsmart analytics

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To briefly review, the final score for the 2015 season was Ned Yost 1, PECOTA 0. If you want to take a longer perspective, the score over the last three seasons has been: Ned Yost 3, PECOTA 0. But for purposes of impact the 1-0 score in 2015 will be mo...

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Key stretch begins for Husker women

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Nebraska women’s basketball coach Connie Yori says in many ways the season begins this evening for the Huskers. With a 4-1 record after a lopsided loss at top ranked UConn the Huskers host North Carolina State in the Big Ten/ACC Challenge. “We had the expectation that at this point in the season we would very […]

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Subpar season hurts sales of Husker gear

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A disappointing football season is hurting sales of Husker gear. Scott Strunc is the owner of Husker Hounds in Omaha and says the team’s record does impact sales. “When it is not cool to buy Husker stuff, which right now it is not, all the fair weather fans are hanging low until good times”, said […]

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Royals do not tender contract to Holland

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As expected, the Royals did not tender a contract to Greg Holland, who had Tommy John surgery in early October and will miss the 2016 season.

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Christmas Gift Shop opens for hospitalized Nebraska veterans

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Those receiving care at the Omaha Veterans Affairs Medical Center are getting help from the American Legion Auxiliary this holiday season. V-A Nebraska – Western Iowa Health Care System’s Director of Communication Will Ackerman says Auxiliary members have set up their annual Christmas Gift Shop for hospitalized veterans. Ackerman says, “Veterans who are inpatients at […]

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State and regional economies tumble heading into holiday season

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The nine-state Mid-American region, which includes Nebraska, is seeing its economic numbers fall for a fourth straight month, according to a Creighton University survey of supply managers and business leaders. Creighton economist Ernie Goss says the report shows the region lost a significant number of manufacturing jobs during November. “We’re seeing the area, the nine […]

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Former Husker to take over at Central Florida

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Former Nebraska quarterback Scott Frost has been hired as the new head coach at the University of Central Florida. It is Frost’s first head coaching stint and he takes over a program that finished winless this past season. Frost has been an assistant coach at Oregon since 2009 and has been the Ducks’ offensive coordinator […]

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Royals, Young working toward reunion

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The Royals and right-hander Chris Young have had encouraging talks about the possibility of bringing him back for the 2016 season and possibly beyond, according to those familiar with the situation.

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Huskers await post season fate

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Nebraska must wait until Sunday to find out if a bowl game is in its future. The Huskers finished the regular season 5-7 after a 28-20 loss to fourth ranked Iowa but with not enough six-win teams to fill all the bowl requirements the Huskers appear to have a good shot of landing a spot. […]

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