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Nebraska Senator Mike Johanns says he remains optimistic about the future of America, despite problems Washington has failed to address.
Nebraska State Senators are looking at committee assignments for the upcoming legislative session.
Dan Lederman is seeking to change South Dakota insurance regulations.
Farmers and ranchers are receiving help when it comes to passing the business to the next generation.
Nebraska Senator Mike Johanns retires from public office after this term.
Tyson Larson speaks about committee assignments coming up for Nebraska's legislators.
While there may be a lot of discussion about teacher shortages in the 2015 South Dakota legislature, there may not be much action.
The South Dakota Public Utilities Commission will host a hearing in March for the re-certification of the pipeline.
Tau Kappa Epsilon will not be allowed to conduct any fraternity business or activities at Wayne State College due to alcohol abuse.
Residents in Sioux City will have a chance to sit down and enjoy free coffee with local law enforcement in an effort to boost community relationships.
Most employers in Iowa are optimistic about their hiring plans for the first three months of 2015.
State officials in Iowa are drafting plans for digital driver's licenses, so you could show your photo I-D by pulling out your smart phone.
Nebraska Senator Deb Fischer says a new EPA ozone proposal could damage the economy.
Woodbury County authorities are investigating the mysterious death of 17 head of cattle this weekend.
The level of the Missouri River below Gavins Point Dam near Yankton has dropped several feet in the last few weeks as water releases are cut back for winter.
Members of the District 18 legislative delegation spoke to the Yankton School Board last (Monday) night.
Members of the District 18 legislative delegation met with the Yankton School Board last (Monday) night.
South Dakota's legislators will have to face a large bill focused on taxes and fees related to transportation.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention warned the flu vaccine is not effective against one strain because it has changed or mutated.
A turkey processing plant in Storm Lake is back in business after a fire idled the facility for eight months.