Medicaid expansion continues to be on the South Dakota legislative agenda.
The South Dakota House Education Committee voted to repeal the foundation funding legislation.
One Iowa State Senator says the lobbying has been intense as the legislature prepares to take up a proposal to increase the state gas tax.
South Dakota’s Congressional delegation met with the Federal Emergency Management Agency this week to talk about new flood maps for the City of Sioux Falls.
South Dakota legislators will again be asked to provide higher funding levels for the higher education system.
The leader of a group created nearly four decades ago to lobby for a smaller state government and reduced taxes say Iowa legislators will pay a price in 2016 if they support a gas tax increase in 2015.
The recent warm weather has allowed Nebraska motorcyclists to go on some rare January rides but with more two-wheelers on the roads, more accidents are being reported, some of them fatal.
The chairman of the Nebraska Unicameral's Judiciary Committee has high hopes bills before his committee can help ease prison overcrowding by improving the odds inmates release from prison won't return.
Our pleasant mid-winter weather is going to change back to form later this week.
Four public meetings have been held across eastern South Dakota by backers of a proposed crude oil pipeline.
Regional cooperation was the theme of the “One Million Cups” meeting yesterday in Yankton.
Several bills have been passed in the U.S. House to address human trafficking.
The state unemployment rate in Iowa dropped in December, and a spokesperson for Iowa Workforce Development says the state is getting close to "full employment."
Four Iowans who say they've been the victims of wage theft testified at the statehouse Tuesday, part of an effort by Senate Democrats to build support for a bill that would require businesses to provide employees with a written record of how they're to be paid.
Nebraska health officials express concern that a measles outbrak that began in Disneyland could spread throughout the country.
The South Dakota House debated a resolution yesterday calling for the abolition of the US Department of Education.
Levels on area rivers are very low at the moment, just weeks before the first official flood predictions of the late winter.
South Dakota legislators are considering a joint resolution that would support a national constitutional convention to push for a balanced budget amendment to the Constitution.
The South Dakota Senate Agriculture Committee has passed a bill authorizing the sale of raw milk directly from producers to consumers.
The Iowa Business Council released its fifth annual "Competitiveness Index" at its annual meeting.