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Many manufacturing plants across the state have been reaching out this week with open houses and other events to mark “Manufacturing Week” and hopefully entice more people to work there.
The South Dakota Blue Ribbon Task Force on Students and Teachers met again yesterday (Thursday) in Pierre.
The captain of a new naval ship bearing the name of Sioux City surprised members of the Siouxland Chamber of Commerce by unveiling the ship’s official crest.
A year-long initiative to reduce fatalities on rural roadways is being launched in five Iowa counties.
Nebraska Congressman Adrian Smith says that if new FAA regulations aren't eased, a pilot shortage will have a big, negative impact on rural airports throughout the Third Congressional District.
University of Nebraska-Lincoln Chancellor Harvey Perlman, delivering his final State of the University address, says UNL isn't the same university it was 15 years ago when he became chancellor.
The SD Blue Ribbon Task Force meeting again in Pierre.
Attorney General Marty Jackley says a Yankton Police officer followed proper procedure in a September shooting incident.
The Creighton University Mid-America Business Conditions Index for September, a leading economic indicator for a nine-state region stretching from Arkansas to North Dakota had another down month.
The Federal Emergency Management Agency is encouraging individuals, families, work places, schools and organizations to get prepared now.
South Dakota Governor Dennis Daugaard offered testimony on the Endangered Species Act at a House Natural Resources Committee hearing in Washington, D.C.
Ho Chunk Incorporated, the economic development company owned by the Winnebago Tribe of Nebraska, is planning on more development in and around the Sioux City metro area in western Iowa.
The president of the Iowa Board of Regents says his official response to a call for his resignation is "no comment."
The U-S Environmental Protection Agency is nominating a polluted site in northeast Nebraska to be put on its Superfund list, potentially putting it in line for federal clean-up dollars.
TransCanada has announced it will end efforts to use eminent domain to secure the Keystone XL route through Nebraska...and, instead, will file an application with the Nebraska Public Service Commission.
The Principal at Harrisburg High School was shot in the arm during an incident Wednesday morning.
Manufacturing companies across the state are on display this week, showing off their plants and encouraging people to apply for jobs.
The South Dakota Public Utilities Commission started the hearing process yesterday (Tuesday) for the Dakota Access Pipeline.
Almost all health care facilities across the state are looking for help.
Yankton County voters have rejected a proposed property tax increase. The measure was defeated in a special election yesterday by…