LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) — When Kathy Davis pulled onto I-80, breakfast was still warm in the back of the minivan — the braised greens and tomato quiches, the croissants and muffins and scones.
It was snowing, blowing. It was slick.
If she hadn't been catering a committee meeting of the Old Cheney Farmers Market, Kathy might have stayed home at the farm.
But she'd been driving the 30 miles from...