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University of Nebraska Board of Regents chairman Howard Hawks says the board chose Hank Bounds as the new university president in part because of his vision for Nebraska.
A Nebraska state senator proposes a different approach to public school funding...in an effort he says to better balance school funding and lower property taxes.
Boys & Girls Club members in Yankton will enjoy a brand new facility thanks to community support.
Yankton and Gayville firefighters were called to a house fire eight miles east of Yankton on old Highway 50.
Two South Dakota waterways are under observation after the discovery of invasive mussel species this fall.
School districts across South Dakota are again watching the actions of the legislature as the 2015 session begins.
Voters in November approved an increase in the minimum wage in South Dakota to eight fifty an hour, tied to the rate of inflation.
Republican leaders in South Dakota have turned to a familiar figure to be the next Chair of the state republican party.
Governor Daugaard is proposing increased taxes and fees in order to support increased funding for road and bridge repair throughout the state.
In his State of the State address, South Dakota Governor Dennis Daugaard suggests ways to improve road conditions.
An Iowa committee will study the delayed opening of a maximum security prison within the state.
Iowa Republican legislators are hoping to reign in the state's governmental control during the 2015 session.
Hank Bounds was chosen to be the next President for the University of Nebraska.
There are now thirteen cases of measles confirmed in South Dakota.
The 2015 session of the Iowa legislature is underway in Des Moines, with more of an emphasis on filling in budget gaps.
The 2015 session of the South Dakota Legislature opens today with ceremonies and speeches, and then will jump into the issues.
Secretary of State, Shantel Krebs, has been in office for a week before the start of the 2015 legislative session.
Iowa is believed to have the largest percentage of homes in the U.S. with radon levels above what the EPA (Environmental Protection Agency) calls "acceptable."
The 2015 Iowa legislative session begins today (Monday) and unfinished debates of the past -- like whether to raise the state gas tax -- are on the agenda.
Iowa Republican Party leaders have unanimously decided to hold a straw poll, with the Iowa G-O-P's chairman stressing it is a "snapshot" of the presidential race with "no binding effect" on the Iowa Caucuses.