State health officials say the demand for smoke-free housing is increasing in Iowa.
An upbeat job market is expected in Nebraska during the final three months of the year, according to a new survey.
Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has given the broadest hint yet that she is a likely 2016 candidate for the Democratic Party's presidential nomination.
Nebraska State Auditor Mike Foley will be on the November ballot as republican Governor Candidate Pete Ricketts running mate.
While federal lawmakers don’t plan to spend many days in Washington before the November elections, they do have to make sure the government can continue to operate beyond the end of the fiscal year on September 30th.
Many members of Congress say they want to hear more details of the President’s plan to take on the threat posed by the terrorist groups ISIL.
The South Dakota Department of Transportation has been awarded a $12 million Transportation Investment Generating Economic Recovery (TIGER) grant.
The new Avera Science Lab at Mount Marty College in Yankton was blessed and dedicated Friday.
State wildlife officials say hunters in Iowa have sufficiently thinned down the deer herds, so the number of hunting licenses that will be issued is being scaled back to stabilize the population.
Six of the 10 members of an Iowa interim legislative committee say it's time for Iowa to make growing and distributing marijuana legal, if it's used for medical purposes.
University of Iowa president, Sally Mason, told the Board of Regents this week her goal is to grow the size of the Iowa City school.
Nebraska Senator Mike Johanns says he wishes President Obama responded to the threat of ISIL...or ISIS...earlier.
Two hundred thousand. It's a number the South Dakota State Fair has been shooting for as an attendance goal for the last two to three years.
Property owners in South Dakota have until November 3rd to apply for a state property tax moratorium designed to support historic sites.
South Dakota Congresswoman Kristi Noem was among House republicans that met this week with former Vice President Dick Cheney to talk about the terror threat from ISIS.
The Corps of Engineers says Crest Road, that crosses Gavins Point Dam across the Missouri River, will be closed again Monday night through late Tuesday afternoon.
Continued rains in September are adding to a wet August and have all but a portion of Iowa with good soil moisture levels.
The Iowa Board of Regents has approved its budget request to the legislature, but regents raised questions about the new funding formula.
Democrat Chuck Hassebrook says the resignation of Lavon Heidemann as Nebraska lieutenant governor and as Republican Pete Ricketts' running mate should weigh on voters' minds when they go to the polls in November.
Nebraska republican gubernatorial candidate Pete Ricketts is working to get his campaign back on track.