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More College Students in Need of Financial Aid

College students, including those at Mount Marty College in Yankton, are experiencing more debt and need more access to funds.

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Utility Rates Expected to Increase with New EPA Rule

The pollution may come down, but utility rates will rise if a new proposed rule by the EPA is put to use in the nation's power plants.

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Teacher Pay on Radar for 2015 Legislature

Although the state ended the fiscal year with a surplus, Senator Bill Van Gerpen says South Dakota's education might not benefit all that much.

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Midwest Economics Sank in July

Ernie Goss, Ph.D., says the Business Conditions Index for the region was down in July.

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New School District Ready for Fall

The Hartington-Newcastle district is gearing up for classes to begin today.

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Iowa Casino Shut Down

The Argosy Riverboat Casino is officially closed to make way for a new Hard Rock Casino in Sioux City.

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VA Agreement Has Nebraska Senator’s Support

Senator Deb Fischer supports an agreement created between Senate and House negotiators.

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Weekend Safe Driving Campaign Kicks Off Friday

South Dakota Highway Patrol officers will be joined by local law enforcement to reduce the number of deaths along Interstate 90.

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Nebraska Seeking Assistance from SBA

Governor Dave Heineman has sent a request to the Small Business Administration for assistance to help home and business owners recover.

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Office of School and Public Lands Sees Increased Revenues

Deputy Commissioner, Ryan Brunner, says the office was able to return more money to South Dakota's public schools.

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Lawsuit Against President Supported by South Dakota Representative

Congresswoman Kristi Noem supports a move to sue the President.

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Eastern Iowa Leading Lottery Sales

The majority of the top selling lottery locations in Iowa are based in the eastern half of the state in particular retail outlets.

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Nebraska Ballot Raises Concerns About Horse Racing

A lawsuit in Nebraska will address an issue of too many questions on this year's ballot.

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Waste Water Rates Are Due to Change

With a new water treatment plant in the works, the City of Yankton will be changing rates to fund the loan needed to make changes.

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Avera Medical Group is Offering State Employees Options

The new state health care plan has South Dakota state employees worried about their out of pocket costs for certain…

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School Destroyed in Tornado Will Still Hold Classes

With help from Sioux City Public Schools, Wisner-Pilger Middle School will have furniture for classes this fall.

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Iowa’s Water Situation Looks Better

The increased moisture throughout the midwest this year has improved Iowa's previous drought conditions.

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Iowa Governor Responds to Tyson Plant Decision

The Tyson plant located in Cherokee, Iowa will close in September, leaving about 450 people without jobs.

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South Dakota Attorney Addresses Legislative Committee

An arrest warrant was prepared for Richard Benda.

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Drones Banned From Mighty Mo

Unmanned aircraft have been banned within the boundaries of the Missouri National Recreational River on the South Dakota – Nebraska border.

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More College Students in Need of Financial Aid

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College students, including those at Mount Marty College in Yankton, are experiencing more debt and need more access to funds.

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Utility Rates Expected to Increase with New EPA Rule

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The pollution may come down, but utility rates will rise if a new proposed rule by the EPA is put to use in the nation's power plants.

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Teacher Pay on Radar for 2015 Legislature

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Although the state ended the fiscal year with a surplus, Senator Bill Van Gerpen says South Dakota's education might not benefit all that much.

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Midwest Economics Sank in July

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Ernie Goss, Ph.D., says the Business Conditions Index for the region was down in July.

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New School District Ready for Fall

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The Hartington-Newcastle district is gearing up for classes to begin today.