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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.
Representative Mike Stevens of Yankton was elected as one of four majority whips by republican House members at their gathering last weekend.
Senator Billie Sutton of Burke has been elected leader of the democratic caucus for the 2015
Nebraska Senator Deb Fischer says she's excited about becoming part of the majority in the United States Senate after serving two years in the minority.
Iowa Republican Congressman Steve King says President Obama will provoke a "constitutional crisis" if he follows through with an executive order that would shield millions of illegal immigrants from deportation.
The Iowa Board of Regents approved the eight remaining recommendations from a consulting firm that are projected to make the operation of the three state-supported universities more efficient.
Nebraska Secretary of State John Gale says he's disappointed with the voter turnout this year.
At a meeting today in Pierre, the South Dakota Planning Committee is expected to prepare for their January session.
The minimum wage will rise to eight-50 an hour in South Dakota starting January first.
When republicans take control of the US Senate in January, they are promising change.
With snow and cold over most of the northern plains now, that leads to worries of a long, cold winter.
A legislative task force that monitors the evolving property tax system in South Dakota will meet again tomorrow (Tuesday) in Pierre.
The recent drop in temperatures has led to an increase in home fires across Iowa.
The passage rate for Iowans taking the Bar Exam fell 11-percent when compared to the previous year.
Nebraska Attorney General-elect Doug Peterson says he will defend Nebraska's definition of marriage.
The Environmental Protection Agency has extended the deadline for comments on its clean air policy to mid-December.
It now appears that members of the US Senate and House will vote on the Keystone XL pipeline next week.