A request has been made with the Public Utilities Commission for a rate hike for Northwestern Energy customers.
Three Nebraska high school seniors spent last week in Taiwan, touring farms, research facilities, and learning the local culture.
NOAA’s Climate Prediction Center has released the January weather outlook.
It is another good bye, as the state offices of South Dakota Senator Tim Johnson will officially close today.
South Dakota Senator-elect Mike Rounds says he will wait and see how relations change between the United States and Cuba.
An Iowa State University political science professor says President Barrack Obama's announcement that he is easing economic and diplomatic relations between the United States and Cuba won't fit under the normal formula of politics.
Nebraska veterans will be able to receive special military honor license plates beginning next year.
Nebraska Governor Dave Heineman says a special legislative committee investigating prison sentence miscalculations is trying to rewrite history.
Workforce development continues to be a critical issue in South Dakota as employers struggle to find qualified workers to fill skilled positions.
The South Dakota legislature will have to again deal with property taxes on ag land.
The just passed federal budget bill includes more money for rural water projects, but no dollars specifically for the three…
The one point one trillion dollar, seventeen hundred page omnibus spending bill passed by Congress last week has lots of details, which are starting to come out.
A group of Iowans announced a campaign at the state capitol dedicated to promoting regulated access to medical marijuana for patients suffering from a variety of medical conditions.
This past year Iowa Senator-elect Joni Ernst got campaign help from most of the Republicans who plan to run for the White House in 2016, but she plans to welcome all presidential hopefuls to Iowa and will not publicly pick a favorite in the 2016 race before Iowa's Caucuses.
More cases of influenza are expected this year after the virus changed just enough so the vaccine may not be as effective as first thought.
A special Nebraska legislative committee has concluded that the state failed to protect the public in the Nikko Jenkins case.
Arthur Rusch anticipates large issues heading into the 2015 session on three committees.
Property tax questions are centered around the actual use of ag land across South Dakota.
Renovation on the dam's spillway gates continues.
Carol Hinders has been fighting the IRS about money taken from her business in Spirit Lake.