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With only a few days left in the fiscal year, the federal budget appears to be deadlocked again in Congress.
The first payments for winter heating assistance will go out next month.
Low commodity prices are having an effect on Iowa land prices.
Nebraska Representatives want to pull money from Planned Parenthood.
The University of Nebraska-Lincoln is adding classes and staff focused on early education.
South Dakota Senator Mike Rounds says the Popes speech to Congress was positive and inspirational.
Field agents of the National Transportation Safety Board have wrapped up their onsite investigation of the train derailment and fire near Scotland.
The ethanol train derailment and fire last Saturday shows safety has to be the top priority in moving products like ethanol.
The South Dakota Association of Healthcare Organizations wants to push “an aggressive agenda” in the next year.
The U.S. Soybean Export Council hosted a ceremony in Iowa to mark the sale of soybeans to China
Fall arrived earlier this week, and a state fuels analyst says Iowans who heat their homes with propane are going to be in good financial shape for the cold weather months that lie ahead.
Saturday is National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day and there will be a number of locations around Nebraska where residents can drop off unwanted, unused and expired prescription medications.
Two people were arrested at a Yankton house, and charged with manufacturing and possession of meth.
For more than four decades, Frank Abagnale has advised the FBI and other law enforcement agencies on how to outsmart con artists.
Another study will be done to see what the costs and benefits would be to extend sewer service west from the City of Yankton to areas near Lewis & Clark Lake.
The derailment of ethanol tanker cars last weekend near Scotland is pointing out the need for improvements along BNSF rail lines in the state.
At their September meeting, the board of the James River Water Development District approved their 2016 operating budget.
The Yankton County Commission has been cleared of a charge of violating the open meetings law.
This year’s session of the South Dakota Legislature created the Obligation Recovery Center, which will be a state run collection agency.
School districts across the state are getting results back this week from the first “Smarter Balance” achievement testing.