Iowa's largest employee union is negotiating health insurance.
Iowans will see more state troopers on the road this weekend.
A University of Nebraska study considers the risks associated with weight and smoking.
Friday's game will continue to honor a hero from each state for acts of courage.
The Regional Watershed Advisory Task Force of the South Dakota Legislature agreed on two pieces of legislation Monday.
South Dakota Senator-elect Mike Rounds is in the process of hiring staff, and finding office space both in South Dakota and Washington.
Tax increment financing districts can be a good tool when used appropriately.
Iowa Governor Terry Branstad says while the state is in pretty good financial shape, that could change quickly.
Blue Cross Blue Shield of Nebraska rejected the latest proposal by CHI Health as a way to end a contract dispute.
Negotiators for the State of Iowa presented a contract proposal that differs greatly from the one submitted earlier this month by the largest state employees' union.
Nebraska Attorney General Jon Bruning says the special legislative committee reviewing what went wrong in Corrections that led to the miscalculation of hundreds of prison sentences failed to stay focused.
One adult zebra mussel has been found in Lewis and Clark Lake, giving the lake a "suspect" status for contamination.
The city's annual Thanksgiving celebration is set for Wednesday evening.
The Yankton City Commission approved one of the first major contracts for the water supply upgrade.
The Regional Watershed Advisory Task Force of the South Dakota legislature is meeting to discuss water management policy.
Iowa’s top prison official says legal action is likely against the designers blamed for months of delays in opening a new state prison.
Officials say the high-voltage electrical transmission line that's proposed to cut through 220 miles of Nebraska's Sand Hills region is designed to have a positive impact on the entire state's power infrastructure.
Governor-elect Pete Ricketts promises to bring a fresh perspective to the prison problem in Nebraska.
With one major rail construction project on the board and several more possibilities, the South Dakota State Rail Board has become quite active.
A recent study by a Chicago consulting firm found that the retail market in Yankton is pretty well served, with little room for any more large stores.