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Improvements To Meridian Bridge

The Yankton City Commission this week agreed to spend about nine thousand dollars to update….

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Borrowers Still Bounced Around

Iowa officials are back in talks with the nation’s top home mortgage companies, seeking better treatment….

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Kids Count In Nebraska

Nebraska moves up in the rankings in the annual Kids Count report, but….

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Issues With Expanding Medicaid

The Medicaid Opportunities and Challenges Task Force is meeting again, this time in…

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Increasing Visitors To State Parks

With the July 4th holiday approaching, and the weather warming up….

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Noise Complaint in Yankton

The Yankton City Commission heard a noise complaint at their meeting last night….

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Higher Water Rates Approved

The Yankton City Commission last night approved higher water rates needed to….

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Gas Prices To Stabilize

Gasoline prices have dropped more than 45-cents a gallon in Nebraska over the past month, but….

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Lathrop Considers Governor Race

State Senator Steve Lathrop of Omaha has been touring the state as he considers entering…

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Unemployment Rate Drops In Iowa

The Iowa unemployment rate dropped for the third straight month in May….

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District 17 Candidates Discuss Workforce Development

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As several industries in communities throughout the state struggle to fill skilled positions, workforce development has gained increased attention in…

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Electoral College An Issue In Senate Race

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A bill that did not pass in this year’s Nebraska legislative session is an issue in the District 40 Senate race.

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District 16 Senate Candidates Spar

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There is a spirited race for the District 16 Senate seat in southeast South Dakota.

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Gant Predicts Low Voter Turnout

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Despite all the noise surrounding the four way Senate race in South Dakota, voters don’t appear to be all that enthusiastic, at least not yet.

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Guardrails To Stay For Now

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The Iowa Department of Transportation is not planning to pull out special ends put on guardrails that are the focus of a Texas lawsuit until they get more information from federal transportation officials.