Online companies are becoming the preferred way to shop.
As a new school year approaches, it’s time to check children’s vaccination records.
A nonprofit group and the University of South Dakota are partnering to maintain movie theaters in downtown Vermillion.
Donald Easton-Brooks has been on the job as Dean of the School of Education at the University of South Dakota for about six weeks.
Utility companies are reading through the new clean air rules released by President Obama this week.
The director of the Iowa Office of Drug Control Policy is applauding a recent decision by the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) to reinstate its National Prescription Drug Take Back program.
Sally Mason has stepped into retirement.
The fate of the Export-Import Bank could be tied to a long-term transportation bill.
When Congress returns from the August recess after Labor Day, they will have only a few days to work through the budget and keep the government funded into the new fiscal year which starts on October first.
Nebraska Governor Pete Ricketts has been holding town hall meetings around the state in the last couple of weeks.
Up to a million people may descend on western South Dakota this week to take part in the 75th annual Sturgis Motorcycle Rally.
The Creighton University Mid-America Business Conditions Index for July, a leading economic indicator for a nine-state region stretching from North Dakota to Arkansas, slumped for the month.
There is a twist in this year's Nebraska Beef Council's Best Burger Contest.
The search committee for the new University of Iowa president is getting closer.
The call for a special session of the South Dakota legislature has failed.
South Dakota Governor Dennis Daugaard told students at the wrap up of the “Governors Camp” at USD in Vermillion today that their future is bright, but they have to make good choices.
Private, public, and non-profit land owners are invited to apply for grants through the Deadwood Fund program.
The groundwork is still under way as Trans Canada waits for final approvals of its plans to build the Keystone XL crude oil pipeline.
As members of Congress continue to scrutinize and debate the nuclear deal struck with Iran, South Dakota Congresswoman Kristi Noem is in clear opposition to the deal.
The US Senate passed a six year extension of transportation funding, but there is no guarantee the House will go along.