The South Dakota State Fair is underway in Huron, continuing through Monday.
The longer range forecasts now appear to favor a wetter, cooler trend for the northern plains.
The Retirement Laws Committee of the South Dakota Legislature voted this week to begin the process of changing some of the rules of the state retirement system.
It was expected that the Senate would have a lengthy debate next week over the proposed nuclear deal with Iran.
A statewide survey by the Iowa Department of Natural Resources shows the pheasant population has increased for the second year in a row.
At least four law officers have been killed nationwide in the past nine days and a longtime lawman in western Iowa says he's seeing a shift in public sentiment about people who wear badges.
Saturday will mark the one year anniversary of the first Ebola virus patient arriving at Nebraska Medicine in Omaha.
Gas prices are expected to be the lowest in a decade for Nebraskans during the Labor Day holiday weekend ahead.
The South Dakota Legislative Planning Committee spent several hours at their meeting this week talking about performance and benchmarks for state agencies.
The ribbon cutting and blessing of the new Yankton Heights Apartment building was held yesterday (Wednesday).
The latest survey of the CEOs of Iowa's largest companies shows they're expecting the state's economy will be cooling off in the coming six months.
Information on how Nebraska ranks among the states on a number of issues is only a click of the mouse away.
At last check there were at least sixteen Republicans running for president.
The Yankton County Commission passed a property tax increase last month that would be used to fund road and highway maintenance.
The South Dakota Blue Ribbon Task Force on Education meets again next week, and at least one member hopes that talk of money will be on the agenda.
A man was shot by Yankton Police last night after a domestic disturbance call and search. South Dakota Attorney General…
September is Childhood Obesity Awareness Month in Iowa.
Opponents of the death penalty vow to continue their fight, even if capital punishment makes the ballot next November.
The Onward Yankton group is now in the process of reviewing the final six proposals in the search for the “next big idea.”
The Creighton University Mid-America Business Conditions Index for August, a leading economic indicator for a nine-state region stretching from Arkansas to North Dakota, slumped for the month.