A report recently released by the U.S. Department of Agriculture shows there are plenty of jobs in ag-related fields.
Attorney General Doug Peterson is raising questions about the legality of a section of the death penalty repeal law passed by the legislature.
A new study finds almost two-thirds of people injured or killed in crashes involving a teen driver are people -other- than the teen behind the wheel.
State legislators have overriden Governor Pete Ricketts again to pave the way for youth brought into the country illegally to apply for Nebraska driver's licenses.
A final rule to clarify which water bodies fall under regulations of the Clean Water Act has been released by the EPA.
A recent study released by the USDA Economic Research Service focused on towns that are losing population, and several in South Dakota and Nebraska were featured as towns struggling to hold residents.
Electric and natural gas company, Xcel Energy, based in Minneapolis, is testing the feasibility of using drones within their inspecting operations.
Since 1985, Curt Frye has been with Wayne State College in Nebraska.
Nebraska is now among 19 states that do not have the death penalty.
Minnesota Senator Al Franken is wrapping up a nearly week-long trip to Cuba as part of a congressional delegation that's exploring ways the U.S. can expand trade opportunities with the island nation.
The board that governs the three state universities in Iowa will discuss creating a campus safety and security sub-committee at its meeting next week in Ames.
Consumers are seeing some grocery prices rise as the price of eggs used by food manufacturers has more than tripled in recent weeks due to the avian influenza outbreak in 16 states.
Nebraska lawmakers debated repeal of the death penalty for three and a half hours before finally voting to override Governor Pete Ricketts' veto.
State officials' hopes have been dashed that avian flu is tapering off in Minnesota.
A record number of Iowans were working last month, according to a new report from Iowa Workforce Development.
Xcel Energy, based in Minneapolis, has received approval from the Federal Aviation Administration to use drones.
In a process that occurs every 7 to 8 years, Wayne State College strives to receive accreditation.
In a region that struggles to keep some tiny communities thriving, knowing why people do or do not return home after leaving could be crucial for sustaining a population in a small town.
The Nebraska legislature has voted to repeal the death penalty.
State budget negotiations resumed at Minnesota Governor Mark Dayton's residence yesterday afternoon.