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We all may see significantly lower gasoline prices in the coming months.
Trans Canada marked the movement of one billion barrels of oil through the Keystone pipeline this week.
The month of July has been busy for the Red Cross in northwest Iowa.
While the summer tourism season is hitting the high point right now, planning is underway for the fall, or shoulder season.
The Appropriations Committee of the South Dakota Legislature met this week in Pierre.
Business developers are looking to turn a now vacant building into a prime expansion location.
A new report from the American Wind Energy Association shows South Dakota falling behind neighboring states in bringing new wind project on line.
Minnesota counties and tribes are receiving their first payments in new state funding--totaling $23 million--to help improve child protective services.
Iowa’s unemployment rate dropped again in June, to three point seven percent after holding steady in May.
Nebraska State Corrections Director Scott Frakes says an independent agency will conduct an agency wide culture study.
Nebraska’s unemployment rate remains at 2.6 percent in June, which is the lowest unemployment rate in the country.
South Dakota legislators are receiving their certified letters asking them to support a special session next month.
South Dakota Senator Mike Rounds, a member of the Senate Banking Committee, and Missouri Senator Roy Blunt introduced legislation to support and strengthen lending in local communities.
The recent decision by the US Supreme Court that federal subsidies for health insurance through the federal exchanges can continue could help lead to expansion of more services.
Beef producer get a chance to hear from and talk to Nebraska Cattlemen staff this week.
Around 350 Minnesotans have been certified to receive medical cannabis.
Iowa democratic leaders say they're "tired of the excuses" from Republican Governor Terry Branstad and his fellow republicans in the legislature.
Nebraska farmers are missing out on a huge opportunity.
The adjutant general of the Iowa National National Guard, Timothy Orr, will review the security at all guard facilities in Iowa after last week's shooting rampage in Chattanooga.
South Dakota’s highways have seen an alarming number of fatal crashes this month.