Iowa lawmakers got an extra early start to this Memorial Day weekend.
State lawmakers have moved to end Nebraska's status as the only state left that denies driver's licenses to the children of illegal immigrants.
Nebraska Governor Pete Ricketts is pleased with the $8.6 billion spending plan for the next two years.
In honor of the Memorial Day observance, South Dakota Senator John Thune made a floor speech recognizing the air aces of American military forces.
Law enforcement agencies in South Dakota and Minnesota will be out in full force this weekend along Interstate 90.
It looks like weather trends may turn more positive for the northern plains into early summer.
Wind power development is very active right now, but the intensity could drop in the next couple of years.
Republican leaders in the US House are working on details of a budget plan that would move away from sequestration in exchange for spending caps.
More of the pieces are falling into place for reconstruction of a portion of rail line from Chamberlain west.
A new report shows 22-percent of Iowa's rural bridges are "structurally deficient."
It would be legal to sell and set off fireworks in Iowa if a bill that cleared the Iowa House becomes law.
Nebraska lawmakers are considering a bill that would allow driver's licenses to those brought into the country illegally as children.
Nebraska lawmakers have voted to repeal the death penalty, but it likely will take another vote to make it final.
Nebraska Senators voted 32 to 15 yesterday to repeal the death penalty.
A meeting is being held for South Dakota landowners to express their concerns with the proposed Dakota Access Pipeline.
One of the summer study committees set up by the South Dakota legislature would take a look at the high school activities association.
South Dakota Senator Mike Rounds has introduced a resolution that would address what he called overregulation in the country.
A four to three vote by the Lincoln County Planning and Zoning Commission will allow a wind energy company to place five weather towers in the area of a proposed wind energy development.
This is the last call for tickets to the 2015 Nebraska Cattlemen's Ball scheduled for June 5th and 6th at the Redbird Ranch near Lynch.
All 50 states are part of a federal lawsuit against four phony cancer charities.