After some errors by the state revenue department, the sales taxes for Yankton are looking much better.
The current lease for the operation of the marina at the Lewis and Clark State Recreation Area is set to expire at the end of this year, and the South Dakota Department of Game, Fish and Parks is looking for someone interested in taking over.
Before adjourning earlier this month, Congress passed another short term transportation bill. That bill continues the bulk of funding for highway construction projects across the country, but only until next spring.
The two candidates for the District 40 Senate seat in the Nebraska Unicameral debated this week in Hartington.
Folks on Social Security will see a one point seven percent increase in their benefits starting on January first.
A group that seeks to place women in top jobs has announced plans for a first-of-its-kind study of the state's businesses.
Nebraska State Corrections Director Mike Kenney defends his controversial program to allow prison inmates released prematurely to serve out the rest of their sentences at home.
The University of Nebraska Medical Center in Omaha is becoming a world leader in treatment of Ebola.
Tyson Larson and Keith Kube met in Hartington, Nebraska last night to debate issues before the November election.
The South Dakota Developmental Center is hosting their second annual community health and wellness fair in Redfield next week.
A new local brewery is up and running in Luverne, Minnesota.
Besides training more teachers, the South Dakota Board of Regents wants to improve education for future administrators.
Warning sirens in the Lewis & Clark Lake area will be taken up again next year by the Yankton County Commission.
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.