A minimum-security state prison inmate who failed to return to the minimum-security unit on the grounds of the South Dakota State Penitentiary on July 17th is back in custody.
Nebraska Governor Pete Ricketts says rural areas of the state won’t be left out of economic development plans.
A group called “We Care” is working to stop development of a large wind farm in Lincoln County in south east South Dakota.
Most of the investor owned utilities in South Dakota have either raised electric rates, or have a case before the Public Utilities Commission seeking to do that.
The Iowa Department of Natural Resources is preparing to launch an annual wildlife population survey.
The Iowa Department of Public Health's annual report on problem gambling treatment is showing continued success.
Blue Cross - Blue Shield insurer Anthem has agreed to acquire Cigna in a $54-billion deal.
Yankton City Commissioner Brooke Blaalid announced her resignation, effective next month.
Hearings on the re-certification of the Keystone XL route across the state begin in Pierre on Monday.
The Yankton City Commission will hold a hearing next month on a special assessment for the Yankton Mall.
The SD legislature approved rules changes for pharmacy technicians.
The city of Le Mars has completed plans to build a large ethanol storage facility in its industrial area.
Nebraska Senator, Deb Fischer sat in on an hour and a half meeting on the Iran nuclear deal.
Avian flu is loosening its grip on Minnesota farms with the control area quarantine lifted in Kandiyohi County.
Governor Terry Branstad wants Iowa to become the first state to offer a tax credit for transforming the "biochemicals" that are a byproduct of ethanol production.
There are only seven female troopers that currently work for the South Dakota Highway Patrol.
The Yankton County Commission this week approved an agreement with Dakota Plains of Parkston that could lead to development of a grain loading and fertilizer facility at the Napa rail junction.
With harvest looming on the horizon, it doesn’t look like there will be the backlog of rail cars this year that caused long delays the past couple of years.
South Dakota Senator John Thune, Chairman of the Senate Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation, used a floor speech to urge his colleagues to pass the Developing a Reliable and Innovative Vision for the Economy (DRIVE) Act.
A new survey finds more than four-out-of-five Minnesota hunters and anglers want federal Clean Water Act protections to apply to smaller streams and wetlands.