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A phone scam is targeting Nebraska Public Power District Customers.
A self-guided vacation map has been released by the South Dakota Department of Tourism.
The Watershed Task Force of the South Dakota Legislature has been working for a couple of years to find compromises between landowners with flooded property, and sportsmen who want to use public access to those waters.
School starts Tuesday in the Yankton Public School District, and all the teaching positions have been filled, but just barely.
Despite employers cutting 36-hundred jobs in July, Minnesota’s unemployment rate held steady at 4.5 percent.
Nebraska Senator Deb Fischer, a Republican, feels confident her party will take over the majority in the Senate this fall.
Two North Sioux City Assistant Fire Chiefs are now better prepared for a crude oil rail car fire after receiving training in Pueblo, Colorado.
South Dakota state employees who work with health care services are now required to receive a flu vaccination.
The five largest athletic conferences have been granted autonomy by the NCAA.
The South Dakota Board of Regents met this week for one of their regular strategic planning sessions.
Nebraska Senator, Deb Fischer spoke with Norfolk residents about several issues, including the EPA's intent to restrict the nation's power plants.
It is move in day on Friday at Wayne State College.
The Government Operations and Audit Committee of the South Dakota Legislature has been looking into the use of state funds in the EB-5 visa case.
An independent Senate candidate in South Dakota says the country should move toward more legalized immigration.
A sub group of a South Dakota Legislative Committee that has been looking at water drainage issues meets today in Pierre.
Fuels analysts fear gasoline prices in Iowa could be about to jump following recent problems at three refineries in the Midwest region.
Nebraska Congressman Adrian Smith says complaints leveled against the House by both the leader of the Senate and President Obama miss the mark.
A lawsuit has been filed; claiming the state has unnecessarily delayed distributing food stamps to needy Nebraska families.
Several rural districts have had trouble finding qualified applicants for open positions.
South Dakota Senator Tim Johnson is holding a series of community meetings around the state during the August Congressional break, to say good bye as he prepares to retire at the end of the year.