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The new President of Avera Sacred Heart Hospital in Yankton is a long time employee.
Many of the world's top scientists, agricultural researchers, and government leaders are visiting Iowa this week for the annual World Food Prize events.
Governor Dave Heineman says the Nebraska State Patrol has handed the results of its investigation into the prison sentence miscalculations by Corrections officials over to prosecutors.
Political experts say the phenomenon of "early" voting has changed the dynamics of modern campaigns.
A member of the special Nebraska legislative committee investigating the release of serial killer Nikko Jenkins from prison fired back at Governor Dave Heineman.
The Yankton City Commission at their meeting tonight will consider an agreement with the Yankton Public Schools to provide a school resource officer for the district.
A state level committee has been looking at possible changes to the funding mix that South Dakota schools can use.
While the Ebola infections in Texas are taking up most of the headlines, public health officials are also carefully watching the wide spread of another outbreak.
With memories of last winter’s cold blast, some natural gas suppliers are looking for insurance.
Two anti-drug groups are launching a series of town hall meetings that will be held in every one of Iowa's 99 counties.
Governor Dave Heineman says he hopes the federal government will NOT pull money targeted to fight crime in Nebraska, because the Nebraska Crime Commission has failed to adequately document how the money is being spent.
Lincoln Nebraska Public Schools Superintendent Steve Joel dismisses suggestions the school district is discarding the use of the terms "boys" and "girls" in favor of gender-neutral terms for students.
The University of South Dakota, and the USD Foundation officially announced the kickoff of the two hundred fifty million dollar, “Onward, The Campaign For South Dakota” fundraising effort.
In preparation for Missouri River operations next year, the Corps of Engineers is going to continue above normal releases at Gavins Point Dam for a while.
The Iowa Department of Natural Resources is investigating a manure spill that put at least 200 thousand gallons of liquid manure from a feedlot into David’s Creek about 10 miles west of Guthrie Center.
Sanford Health has teamed up with SDSU to provide five grants to research studies related to human nutrition, weight management and other dietary-related areas.
A new energy efficiency program has started for NorthWestern Energy customers.
The back log of rail cars just as harvest is getting underway continues to cause problems for South Dakota companies and producers.
A grant has been given to the University of Nebraska Medical Center College of Nursing for nurses from, or going to work in, underserved and rural areas across the state.
The population of mountain lions is unknown in northeast Nebraska, but it's no doubt that they are there.