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Childhood obesity is a growing problem across the United States, but South Dakota school age kids seem to be slowing that trend.
The Federal Emergency Management Agency is threatening about 420 homeowners in Union County, South Dakota that have flood insurance policies with a 50 dollar surcharge, if the county doesn’t meet their deadline with certain information.
South Dakota Senator Mike Rounds says it may be time to end sequestration, especially concerning defense spending.
Republicans in the US House are introducing their budget proposals.
Two longtime democratic political operatives are forming an organization focused on moving issues through the ballot box.
A summit will be held in Des Moines to discuss the creation of a wireless broadband network dedicated to public safety.
Republicans in the Iowa House have passed a bill that would change the collective bargaining process for teachers and other school employees.
A project has been underway within Yankton County to install storm sirens in the lake area and later expand to other parts of the county.
All five members of the Federal Communications Commission appeared before the Senate Committee on Commerce, Science and Transportation to talk about their “Open Internet Order.”
The first members of the “Blue Ribbon Task Force on Teachers and Students” have been appointed by South Dakota Governor Dennis Daugaard.
The Blue Ribbon Task Force on Teachers and Students is being assembled by South Dakota Governor Dennis Daugaard.
The Blue Ribbon Task Force on Teachers and Students is being assembled by Governor Dennis Daugaard.
Dozens of environmentalists and hunters crowded into a committee room at the Iowa statehouse to show support for a bill that would increase the state sales tax by three-eighths of a percent.
The Iowa Department of Transportation released its review of automated speed and red light cameras and it recommends removing at least one cameras from each of the six cities.
More than 170 religious leaders have signed a letter urging the Unicameral to expand Medicaid to cover 54-Thousand Nebraskans now without health insurance.
Debate during a filibuster on the winner-take-all presidential Electoral College bill turned testy in the Nebraska Unicameral.
As the budget numbers got tight toward the end of the 2015 session, South Dakota lawmakers decided they could not afford to fund another year of the university tuition freeze.
More hearings this week in Washington over the Federal Communication Commission’s push to add regulations to the internet.
South Dakota Governor Dennis Daugaard has signed Senate Bill one, which adds a number of fees and taxes for road and bridge funding.
A big distribution center for Polaris Industries in Vermillion is going to get bigger, and add more jobs.