Local: News

News

gaspump2

Gas Prices Higher

The average price of a gallon of gas went up 13 cents this past week.

nebraska

Continued Growth Predicted For Nebraska

Economic growth is expected to continue in Nebraska, despite an anticipated drop in farm income.

WaterTap

Water Bills On The Way Up

The Yankton City Commission will take the final steps at their meeting tonight to finalize new, higher water rates and surcharges needed to finance construction of new feeder wells and a water plant.

SDCapitol

Planning Committee Continues Work

The “Legislative Planning Committee” was set up by the South Dakota legislature as a permanent interim group to look at issues over the long term.

education 2

Evaluations Underway

South Dakota school districts are working through the process of objective evaluations of teachers and principals.

tim johnson

Johnson Optimistic On Healthcare

South Dakota Senator Tim Johnson says those covered by employer based insurance should not see much difference now, or in a year.

Healthcare

Much Healthcare Unpaid For

An organization representing Iowa’s 188 hospitals is reporting they’re providing more than a billion dollars in uncompensated health care.

tuition

Loan Rate Deal May Be Near

Nebraska Senator Mike Johanns sees promise in the proposal to keep college student loan rates from doubling. . . A…

RickWeiland2

SD Candidate Is On The Road

South Dakota’s democratic Senate candidate is on the road, meeting voters, and explaining his views….

MichaelMyers

Myers Seriously Considering Governor’s Race

South Dakota may see an independent take a run at the Governor’s office next year….

Recent Headlines

in Local

South Dakota Senator Steps Down from Legislature

lederman

District 16 Senator Dan Lederman of Dakota Dunes has announced he is stepping down from the South Dakota legislature.

in Local

Topsoil Debate Continues in Iowa

money farm

The public comment period for the proposed change in a controversial rule dealing with the amount of topsoil developers are required to return to a construction site will end Wednesday.

in Local

Nebraska Senators Debating Term Limits

nebraska-state-capital

Nebraska senators are debating whether voters should be asked to make an adjustment to their term limits.

in Local

Plan for Iowa Caucuses On the Way

Iowa state capital 2

The leaders of Iowa's two major political parties will soon announce a plan for releasing timely, accurate electronic results of the 2016 Iowa Caucuses.

in Local

Severe Weather Season Underway

Storm Clouds

As spring continues to unfold across the northern plains, it normally means we need to pay attention to the potential of severe weather.