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South Dakota Attorney General Marty Jackley has been elected President of the National Association of Attorneys General.
The Minnesota Legislature has advanced about forty million dollars over the last two years to the Lewis & Clark Regional Water System to help move construction along.
Iowa Governor Terry Branstad traveled to an ag equipment dealership in Perry to sign the "Connect Every Acre high-speed broadband bill" into law.
Though the unemployment rate in Nebraska might have ticked up a bit, it remains the lowest in the country.
Even as petitioners fan out across Nebraska seeking signatures to get the death penalty on the November ballot next year, opponents will be trying to persuade people NOT to sign.
The Federal Reserve made no change to the prime interest rate at their meeting last week, but signaled there may be a move sometime this fall.
The Yankton City Commission has approved a strategic planning process that will use an outside facilitator.
Land work is underway on a new housing development on the west city limits of Yankton.
The US Senate may take up the Trade Promotion Authority bill this week.
Governor Terry Branstad has requested a presidential disaster declaration for four counties hit by the avian flu.
Heavy rains this spring have raised water levels on the Missouri River, but the Corps of Engineers says it's nothing it can't handle.
University of Northern Iowa President William Ruud says the effort to freeze tuition at the three state universities for a third consecutive year will likely hinge on Governor Terry Branstad's decision on state funding for the schools.
The Tecumseh state prison remains in near lockdown about a month after a deadly riot there.
The Yankton City Commission will consider a proposal to begin a strategic planning process.
The Blue Ribbon Task Force on Education holds their final two meetings of the first round this week.
The Yankton County Commission has approved a tax increment district that may help lay the groundwork for business development around the Napa rail junction near Utica.
South Dakota Senator John Thune has proposed a bill that would make changes to the structure and operations of the National Weather Service.
Circuit Court Judge Kathleen Trandahl has ruled that the Attorney Generals explanation for the initiated measure on maximum finance charges is acceptable.
New long range forecasts out this week look like a cool, wet pattern will continue much of the summer over the north central US.
The US House has now passed the controversial Trade Promotion Authority, and sent it to the Senate.