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Iowa schools will see an increase of one point five percent in their state aid funding this year.
After several storms ripped through parts of South Dakota in June, a Presidential Disaster Declaration was issued.
A simple password is sometimes the only thing keeping your personal and financial information safe.
When it comes to hiring people living with disabilities, South Dakota has an employment rate of 49.1 percent.
The Crow Creek Sioux Tribe has invited the South Dakota Highway Patrol to once again be a part of their annual Powwow event this weekend.
While there are still school districts in South Dakota looking to fill teaching vacancies, the Yankton School District has all of their teachers under contract.
The recent release of new clean air rules from the Environmental Protection Agency are being studied and attacked legally.
The legislature has given all Minnesota school districts permission this year only to start classes before Labor Day because the holiday falls so late -- and a new survey shows about a third will do it.
The head of the Iowa Department of Human Services says he's "not sure" there's a need for more in-patient psychiatric bed space in Iowa for adults suffering from acute mental illnesses.
The 21-member committee charged with recommending finalists to become the new president at the University of Iowa conducted interviews with the nine remaining candidates over the last two days.
The start of the Nebraska State Fair is around the corner.
US Secretary of Transportation Anthony Foxx promoted a six-year transportation bill passed by the Senate during a stop in Nebraska.
Armed robbery: Police looking for three suspects.
With over a year until the next general election, there are already nine initiated measures that could appear before South Dakota voters on a variety of issues.
It’s predicted that there will be 3,000 South Dakotans diagnosed with cancer this year, and more than 1,600 will die from it.
Several economic reports are pointing to slower growth in the northern plains over the next few months, with much of that related to low ag prices.
Construction will soon begin on the new Boys & Girls Club in Yankton.
The chairman of the University of Minnesota Board of Regents says the resignation of athletics director Norwood Teague amid allegations of sexual harassment is a disappointment and a setback.
An Iowa State University field day at the end of this month will feature a discussion on using Unmanned Aerial Vehicles on the farm.
Nebraska Congressman Jeff Fortenberry defends Congressional action to make it easier for the president to negotiate trade deals with other countries.