Huron man dies in a single vehicle accident.
A bill that would legalize the use of marijuana as treatment for certain medical conditions that cause seizures.
The U-S Census Bureau released estimates this week showing Iowa's population has increased by two percent since 2010
The backlash against comments made by Omaha State Senator Ernie Chambers continues.
A state senator called on Senator Ernie Chambers of Omaha to clarify his controversial statements about the police.
Veterans and the public will have the chance to learn about the damage chemical warfare has on those who serve in the armed forces.
Albinism is a genetic condition that many people don’t encounter on a regular basis, but it affects about one in every 17,000 boys and occurs once per 20,000 girls across the nation.
The new budget proposal backed by House republicans passed with a big boost in defense spending for the next year.
The Nebraska legislature is taking a three day weekend, and will take a longer break at the end of next week for Easter.
A planned railroad improvement project from Chamberlain west to Presho will have to wait a few weeks longer.
A bill that would have set "on or after August 23rd" as the school start date in Iowa has been tabled in the Iowa Senate.
A Nebraska state senator has called on Senator Ernie Chambers of Omaha to apologize for anti-police remarks made during a committee hearing.
South Dakota Senator John Thune, chairman of the Senate Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation, praised the committee’s bipartisan passage of his Surface Transportation Board (STB) reform bill.
There will be few new bartenders in downtown Yankton this evening.
Mount Marty alumni will be getting a phone call today from students and other college officials reaching out for scholarship donations.
A website entrepreneur and former journalist says young people have the drive and energy to be successful, just not in the mold of their parents and grandparents.
School districts across South Dakota are working to figure out their budget needs for the next school year.
Nearly two dozen Sioux City residents are homeless after the city "red tagged" the apartment building in which they lived.
There was another meeting of key Iowa legislative leaders late Tuesday afternoon, but still no end to the statehouse stalemate over state aid to public schools.
A US Supreme Court decision to let a voter photo ID law stand in Wisconsin reignited debate on the issue in the Nebraska Unicameral.