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Omaha Tribal members voted in three referendums earlier this month that would give the Tribal Council authority to legalize marijuana for medicinal and recreational purposes on their reservation in northeast Nebraska.
The Iowa Department of Public Health (IDPH) reports two people have died from the flu.
Iowa Governor Terry Branstad says some health care providers are trying to scare the public about the state's transition to a privately managed Medicaid system.
Nebraska Senator Deb Fischer says the Syrian refugee program should be suspended while the U.S. reviews its procedures.
The Blue Ribbon Task Force on Education is backing a plan to raise the state sales tax to increase teacher pay by seventy five million dollars.
While much of the region has been enjoying a mild fall, a return to normal may be a bit of a shock.
About 12-hundred school board members and superintendents from across Iowa will be attending the Iowa Association of School Boards state convention this week.
Nebraska Corrections Director Scott Frakes defends his strategic plan against criticism from legislators.
Gas prices dropped a few pennies a gallon in the last week.
An undercover drug investigator from Colorado warns Nebraska lawmakers to be careful when considering legislation to legalize medical marijuana.
When the South Dakota Office of Schools and Public Lands opened up the annual leasing auction for oil and gas rights last month, there were no bidders.
Retail electric customers of Nebraska Public Power District received good news last week. There will be no overall retail rate increase for residential and business customers of the District
When Dakotacare announced in September that they would not offer insurance policies through the healthcare exchange, that meant there would be only two companies offering coverage; Avera Health and Sanford.
With this year being very successful for the South Dakota Department of Tourism, they are already setting targets and goals for next year.
We aren’t the only ones enjoying the mild late fall weather. Most of the region has not yet seen much in the way of southbound ducks and geese.
A grant could help older South Dakotans figure out the internet.
South Dakota Governor Dennis Daugaard announced that he will appoint Wayne Steinhauer of Hartford to the vacant seat in the state House representing District 9.
The holiday shopping season is here and retailers are wasting no time getting you through their doors.
The executive director of the state's "Home Base Iowa" initiative is planning to attend job fairs on nearly a dozen military bases over the next few months to encourage retiring soldiers to move to Iowa.
University of Iowa students streamed through the Memorial Union this week to receive another round of the measles, mumps, rubella (MMR) vaccine.