Daily Cash Grain Bids | Monday June 24, 2024

Daily Cash Grain Bids | Monday June 24, 2024

Central Valley AgElgin Corn - 422 Beans - 1100Humphrey Corn - 429 Beans - 1105Laurel Corn - 419 Beans - 1115Monroe Corn - 439 Beans - 1113Oakland E. Hub Corn - 430 Beans - 1115Royal Hub Corn - 419 Beans - 1105Wakefield Corn - 414 Beans - 1110Hinton, IA Corn…
KTIC NewsCenter Monday News 6-24-24

KTIC NewsCenter Monday News 6-24-24

Flooding in the region has caused extensive damage and the closure of major roads. Governor Pillen will do a property tax town hall in Columbus Wednesday afternoon. Regardless of who wins the College World Series game tonight, they will earn their school's first national title in baseball. ...these stories and…
Excessive Heat Warning in Effect Until Monday Night

Excessive Heat Warning in Effect Until Monday Night

The National Weather Service Omaha/Valley office has issued an Excessive Heat Warning, which is in effect until 8:00 tonight, Monday, June 24. The warning is in effect for the Nebraska counties of Thurston, Wayne, Cuming, Burt, Dodge, Washington, Saunders, Douglas, Sarpy, Lancaster and Cass; along with the Iowa counties of…
Senators Want Answers on Cooking Oil Imports

Senators Want Answers on Cooking Oil Imports

Senators Chuck Grassley (R-IA) and Roger Marshall (R-KS) are pressing the Biden administration on the steps it’s taking to address the recent surge of used cooking oil imports. Last year, the U.S. imported three billion pounds of used cooking oil, half of which came from China. That’s up from a…
Greg Wagner w/JD on Midday in MidAmerica

Greg Wagner w/JD on Midday in MidAmerica

How has our very active weather pattern affected fishing? Is now still the less busy time of summer to be at a state park? Greg and JD talked about those questions along with swimming, deer permits, turtle crossings, and water moccasins in Nebraska (or lack there of) during this week's…
Weekend Reads: Slaughterhouse ban and replanting from recent tornado damage

Weekend Reads: Slaughterhouse ban and replanting from recent tornado damage

Stories making agriculture news headlines this week include a potential slaughterhouse ban in Colorado and dropping groundwater levels in Nebraska. Here are some of this week's top agriculture news stories. NEWS: Nebraska’s worst groundwater level decline found in Butler County last year The worst groundwater level decline in Nebraska last…
Storm Chasers lose to Louisville

Storm Chasers lose to Louisville

PAPILLION, NEB. – The Omaha Storm Chasers dropped a second straight game to the Louisville Bats, losing 5-3 Friday at Werner Park. In the fourth of a six-game set, the Bats came swinging in the top of the second inning and they took an early 3-0 lead with two hits and…