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For four straight months in a row, Minnesota employers cut jobs.
South Dakota Senator John Thune says the Presidents strategy against ISIS is not working, and needs to be redirected.
A new report indicates the percentage of Iowans who were overweight or obese was almost identical in 2013 and 2014, however two-thirds of Iowans still fit into that category.
Nebraska State Treasurer Don Stenberg says a special savings program for the disabled will be operational by the summer.
A task force assembled by South Dakota Governor Dennis Daugaard is moving rapidly toward an agreement over possible Medicaid expansion.
As a winter storm makes its way across the region, rural electric cooperatives are bracing for possible power issues and outages.
As one of the busiest and most dangerous travel holidays of the year approaches, a report finds the number of motorists and motorcyclists who have died on Nebraska's roads this year is rising significantly.
A major restructuring is underway at the Nebraska Army National Guard.
The chief of Iowa’s energy assistance bureau says more than 31-thousand low income Iowa households already have qualified for help in paying their utility bills this winter.
A move to privatize Medicaid services in Iowa has created a political storm.
The budget for the Yankton County Highway Department will end the year in the red.
The US federal prime interest rate has been held at one quarter of a percent for the last several years, dropping to that level in an attempt to help recover from the recession of 2008.
Dakota Plains of Parkston has signed a developer’s agreement with Yankton County that will lead to development of a new grain loading facility at the Napa rail junction south of Utica.
A ruling by the South Dakota Supreme Court on workers compensation may get some discussion in the 2016 legislative session.
The Yankton Fire Department has been training on a recent addition to the force.
Omaha Tribal members voted in three referendums earlier this month that would give the Tribal Council authority to legalize marijuana for medicinal and recreational purposes on their reservation in northeast Nebraska.
The Iowa Department of Public Health (IDPH) reports two people have died from the flu.
Iowa Governor Terry Branstad says some health care providers are trying to scare the public about the state's transition to a privately managed Medicaid system.
Nebraska Senator Deb Fischer says the Syrian refugee program should be suspended while the U.S. reviews its procedures.
The Blue Ribbon Task Force on Education is backing a plan to raise the state sales tax to increase teacher pay by seventy five million dollars.