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President Obama told the American people that the time to change the nation's immigration system is now, and he's taking action to make that happen.
Iowa Governor Terry Branstad says he's open to considering all options that might boost the amount of money available to fix Iowa's roads and bridges.
Nebraska Governor Dave Heineman says he plans to finish strong.
Cash registers will be busy this holiday season, that according to Creighton University Economist Ernie Goss.
Medical marijuana supporters are hosting a legislative summit this weekend in Sioux Falls.
For the past several years, Congress has passed a series of short term highway funding bills, without addressing the underlying funding problems.
When Iowa lawmakers return to Des Moines in January for the 2015 legislative session, they will all have some ideas for helping their home areas.
South Dakota Congresswoman Kristi Noem says she is still considering her choices for committee assignments in the new Congress that convenes in January.
First Dakota National Bank based in Yankton recently replaced a large number of debit cards for customers who had used them at Kmart.
The National Retail Federation is predicting holiday sales will increase four percent this season, but Iowa State University economist David Swenson says he has "mixed views" about whether Iowa retailers will see that much of a gain.
Last year, hunters in Iowa killed fewer than 100,000 deer for the first time since the mid-1990s.
A federal lawsuit has been filed by seven same-sex couples against the Nebraska definition of marriage.
Supporters of legalized medical marijuana are meeting in Sioux Falls this weekend for a legislative summit to educate lawmakers and advocates.
The Ag Land Assessment Task Force has passed a new proposal for the 2015 Legislature to make a decision on that would change capital outlay for school districts.
South Dakota Senator John Thune plans to pursue a position as the head of the Commerce Committee.
Many South Dakota lawmakers are still worried about the federal commitment to the expansion of Medicaid.
South Dakota Public Utilities Commissioners, Chris Nelson, discusses the debate over the freedom of the internet for companies.
Senators Fischer and Johanns have written the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service as well as the Corps of Engineers about acquisition around the Ponca Confluence.
The electric rates for Nebraska Public Power District customers will remain the same in the coming year.
A public interest group says a federal program to protect the prairie pothole region has its own potholes.