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Progress Iowa released a report saying that the Affordable Care Act is helping Iowans afford healthcare.
Governor Dave Heineman says Nebraska's economy continues to grow.
The Platte Institute has released a proposal to reduce taxes and cut spending.
The Lakota People's Law Project heard good news last week as the Department of Justice announced support to increase state compliance with the Indian Child Welfare Act.
Senator Tim Johnson delivered his farewell speech this morning before retiring from office.
South Dakota Senator John Thune says his focus now is the new Congress in January, and becoming Chairman of the Commerce Committee.
A number of groups and organizations in South Dakota have joined forces to push for more funding for roads and highways.
South Dakota democrats have a competitive race for their next party chairman.
Cold weather rolled into Iowa weeks early this fall and lingered, forcing many people indoors much sooner than usual.
The Iowa Lottery will ask state lawmakers to change the way lottery proceeds are used to fund the Veterans Trust Fund in the upcoming legislative session.
The Nebraska Regional Poison Center has seen a 24% increase in calls regarding carbon monoxide from a year ago.
Nebraska Senator Mike Johanns says he remains optimistic about the future of America, despite problems Washington has failed to address.
Nebraska State Senators are looking at committee assignments for the upcoming legislative session.
Dan Lederman is seeking to change South Dakota insurance regulations.
Farmers and ranchers are receiving help when it comes to passing the business to the next generation.
Nebraska Senator Mike Johanns retires from public office after this term.
Tyson Larson speaks about committee assignments coming up for Nebraska's legislators.
While there may be a lot of discussion about teacher shortages in the 2015 South Dakota legislature, there may not be much action.
The South Dakota Public Utilities Commission will host a hearing in March for the re-certification of the pipeline.
Tau Kappa Epsilon will not be allowed to conduct any fraternity business or activities at Wayne State College due to alcohol abuse.