Crime statistics released by the FBI show a jump in several levels of serious incidents in South Dakota.
The New Year brings new challenges for many service agencies in South Dakota.
The upcoming session of the Nebraska legislature is the so called “short” session of sixty days, which is scheduled to run into late April.
The cold weather trend will extend into early January.
Energy companies are seeing increased demand for natural gas due to the cold.
The Production Tax Credit, used for renewable energy project like wind turbines, will expire tomorrow, but South Dakota Senator Tim Johnson says he will attempt to extend it.
Carmen Schramm, Executive Director of the Yankton Area Chamber of Commerce, says 2013 was pretty flat for business and growth.
Bankers across South Dakota will continue meeting with local governments, presenting their case for tax reform that would increase taxes paid by credit unions and the Farm Credit System.
When the Nebraska Unicameral convenes in Lincoln on January eighth, Senator Tyson Larson of O’Neill will begin his second year…
A two year budget deal passed by Congress this month may be more bad news for the Lewis & Clark…