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South Dakota democrats this week called for subpoenas of state officials in connection with the EB-5 visa investigation.
The cool, fairly wet summer is causing concern for farmers across the region.
The four candidates for the US Senate in South Dakota met for the first debate of the campaign at Dakotafest.…
The three candidates for Governor in South Dakota met in the first debate of the year at Dakotafest in Mitchell.
Fewer people attended this year's Iowa State Fair than any time since 2010.
A fish kill has grown larger since first being spotted on Saturday in northwest Iowa.
A survey conducted by the Federal Reserve Bank of Midwestern agricultural lenders discloses some wary farmers out there.
A report issued by the American Civil Liberties Union of Nebraska claims law enforcement in the state often misuse tasers.
South Dakota democratic legislative leaders held a news conference in Sioux Falls to ask for a broader investigation into the EB-5 economic development program.
The two candidates for South Dakota’s lone US House seat met in the first forum at Dakotafest in Mitchell yesterday.
The minimum wage initiative will be on the Nebraska ballot this fall.
Nebraska's leading economic indicator dropped for the first time in six months after the latest survey results.
Hundreds of people in Nebraska, Iowa, and South Dakota face losing their Federal Health Insurance Marketplace coverage.
After 23 years of service, the Director of the Driver Licensing Program in South Dakota is leaving the Department of Public Safety.
Preparations are underway and construction will soon start on a new football stadium at South Dakota State University.
The State of South Dakota is missing out on about seven hundred forty five thousand dollars in federal funding each week by not expanding those covered under Medicaid.
It’s the opening day of school for students in the Yankton Public School District.
Iowa Senator Tom Harkin has a "wish list" of legislation he hopes to get through congress and to the president's desk before he retires.
Though the state unemployment rate in Nebraska rose slightly last month, state officials aren't too concerned.
Two Nebraska state employees have retired, rather than be fired.