Revenues for the State of Iowa have fallen below estimates for the last several months, and could lead to a budget crunch for the 2016 legislature.
Reconstruction continues on the Mitchell – Rapid City rail line west of Chamberlain.
Iowans may be sitting down to a turkey dinner , but don't be surprised if, even today, the phone rings and it's someone offering to help you and your "ailing" computer.
If you've been sick and get up ready to head out to a family Thanksgiving celebration, you might want to think about staying home.
Nebraska Governor Pete Ricketts is sticking with his call for the country to halt any acceptance of Syrian refugees until the process can be completely vetted.
One person was killed and another injured in a two-vehicle crash that occurred Thursday morning, eight miles west of Wolsey, S.D.
With snow forecast across central and eastern Nebraska, the snow moving equipment is ready.
South Dakota Governor Dennis Daugaard has joined with other governors from across the country to express concerns about federal policies on Syrian refugees.
While a number of stores will be open today, most retailers start early and stay late tomorrow, on “Black Friday.”
The South Dakota Public Utilities Commission may make a decision Monday on the route application for the Dakota Access pipeline.
Around 50 people gathered outside the state capitol in Des Moines to rally against Governor Terry Branstad's order blocking Syrian refugees from settling in Iowa.
Husker fans are being urged to arrive early at the Nebraska-Iowa game Friday.
An Iowa State University economist says the signs are pointing to an average holiday season for retailers this year.
While the final report of the Blue Ribbon Task Force on Education has been delivered to Governor Dennis Daugaard, details of the legislative plan associated with it are still being worked on.
The newly expanded Avera Sister James Care Center in Yankton was officially dedicated and blessed this week.
Power has now been restored to all parts of Sioux Center after an electrical substation blew up early Saturday morning, leaving half the town of 75-hundred without electricity.
A group of Iowa clergy has delivered a letter to Governor Terry Branstad, saying they're praying he will "reject fear and cruelty" and welcome Syrian refugees into the state.
The Yankton City Commission approved an additional four hundred twenty thousand dollar contract for design updates on the new water treatment plant.
While it looks like we may see some precipitation later this week, it should not be a big disruption for Thanksgiving plans.
Nebraska Congressman Adrian Smith says something must be done in wake of the collapse of health care CO-OPs under the Affordable Care Act.