The Iowa Department of Homeland Security and Emergency Management rolled out a new statewide electronic notification and emergency messaging system at the department's annual conference in Des Moines.
The Iowa Workforce Development agency is reporting the state's unemployment rate rose to 4.6 percent in September from 4.5 percent in August.
A TransCanada executive denies an ambitious new project by the company is being undertaken as an alternative to the Keystone XL pipeline.
State health officials urge Nebraskans to get vaccinated for the flu.
Today is “Winter Weather Awareness Day” in South Dakota.
When Johnathon Egge went to work at Kolberg-Pioneer in Yankton yesterday, he didn’t know he would be taking a custom…
A forum discussing Initiated Measure 18 was held in Yankton last night.
Emergency managers across South Dakota are getting guidelines on how to plan for a possible ebola outbreak.
The Wayne disaster recovery field office closed this past weekend. The Grand Island office closed earlier.
A two-year study by the Iowa A-C-L-U and the University of Iowa College of Law Clinic has found no standard set of guidelines for Iowa law officers when it comes to using tasers.
Twenty-five people lost their lives on Nebraska roads last month.
An interim South Dakota Legislative committee has agreed to a package of bills dealing with alcohol tax changes.
Former South Dakota Senator and current independent Senate candidate Larry Pressler disagrees with the Obama Administration on their handling of the ebola outbreak.
Voters in South Dakota next month will be deciding on expanded gaming for the casinos in Deadwood.
Despite the nice fall weather, it is time to think about the onset of winter…..at some point.
A northwest Iowa farmer died Friday evening in a combine accident on a gravel road and the next morning over three dozen of his neighbors showed up for work in Gene Sitzmann's field.
In the Nebraska Senate race, there are a few issues that the two major candidates have major disagreements.
he Iowa Economic Development Authority (IEDA) board last week approved state incentives for a railcar maintenance facility.
Nebraska Senator Deb Fischer has returned to Washington after touring the three nuclear weapon facilities in the United States.
This week is National Radon Action Week, and the Cancer Prevention Center is encouraging radon testing to reduce the number of Americans exposed to the gas.