As summer heats up, the mosquito swarms will follow.
Former South Dakota legislative leader Larry Rhoden is planning to seek the GOP nomination for the U.S. Senate.
Iowa’s lieutenant governor will be in Chicago Sunday to launch an international effort to increase student participation in science, technology, engineering and math — the so-called “STEM” courses.
A judge on the Iowa Court of Appeals is lamenting the demise of three of the state’s specialty courts which have kept the drug-addicted and the mentally ill from repeatedly returning to prison.
A huge influx of alcohol from the small Nebraska town of Whiteclay into the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation remains a flash point at the Nebraska-South Dakota border after a very brief meeting at the State Capitol.
A Nebraska based insurance company is being sanctioned by the State of South Dakota.
The Rules Review Committee of the South Dakota legislature will not be looking at deals with raw milk sales.
The Yankton School Board held a public hearing on the proposed budget for the next school year at their meeting last night.
The Yankton City Commission had planned to sell several acres of surplus land for affordable housing development, but could not find numbers that worked.
The parents of Kathlynn Shepard are joining with a nonprofit group to push for tougher penalties in Iowa for sex offenders who target children.