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While Donald Trump may be leading republican preference polls across the nation at the moment, one South Dakota republican leader doesn’t think it will last.
While the 2016 South Dakota legislative session is over four months away, those wanting dollars are lining up.
Boaters enjoying South Dakota’s Lewis and Clark Lake near Yankton should expect to have their boats inspected when coming off the water in upcoming weeks after several boats moored in the marina were discovered to have zebra mussels attached.
Gasoline prices shot up like a rocket last week, but have been floating back down slowly as though there were being held up by a large parachute.
ACLU of Nebraska officials have written the US Attorney requesting her to investigate the state's effort to obtain lethal injection drugs.
Names have been released of those involved in a two-vehicle head-on fatal crash that occurred Thursday afternoon on Interstate 90, three miles east of Alexandria, S.D.
Members of an interim South Dakota legislative committee looking at county governments heard from state and local officials on how counties raise revenues and the financial challenges they are facing.
There is hope that the railroads that serve the northern plains may be in a better position to move grains as harvest begins.
Rains over the northern plains have now wiped away most traces of dry soil.
After several hours of public input and debate, the interim High School Activities Committee of the South Dakota Legislature voted to have a bill written that would determine gender policy for the state’s schools.
The July foreclosure numbers are in and Minnesota fared well compared to other parts of the country. RealtyTrac’s Daren Blomquist…
A University of Iowa study finds many drivers don't fully understand the life-saving technologies that are built into their own vehicles.
Students in the western Iowa town of Denison will return to classes next week at a time when many of their parents are looking for work.
Republicans in the Iowa House have elected the first woman speaker of the house in state history.
The University of Nebraska Medical Center received a grant from the U-S Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Innovation to bring online respite care to caregivers of those with Alzheimer's disease or other dementia.
Nebraska Governor Pete Ricketts has been holding town hall meetings across the state over the past few weeks.
Transgender policies in state schools will again be in front of an interim legislative committee.
Members of the Blue Ribbon Task Force on Education, meeting in Pierre yesterday, were updated on the public meetings held earlier this year.
Two people were thrown off their tube this past weekend when a rope broke as they were being pulled on the Mississippi River near Clinton.
State Senator Merv Riepe of Millard (Nebraska) plans to introduce a bill in the upcoming Legislative session that would enable direct contracting for primary health care in the state.