Local » Page 4
The South Dakota House Health and Human Services Committee passed a bill to further restrict abortions in the state.
A bill that would change South Dakotaâ€™s current water district structure to one aligned with watershed basins has advanced to the floor of the Senate.
The Yankton County Commission approved a resolution that will lead to a county site analysis.
As Iowans fill out their state income tax forms this year, they can help to support Iowaâ€™s wild creatures by donating to the Fish and Wildlife Fund.
Iowa Governor Terry Branstad says he's not ready to take a stand on raising the speed limit to 75 miles-an-hour on rural interstate highways.
Nebraska Secretary of State John Gale backs a bill working its way through the legislature that would require voters to display a photo ID to cast a ballot.
An effort is being made in the Nebraska legislature to help county officials better evaluate the agricultural expansion permits that come before them.
A bill that would set up nine river basin districts in South Dakota survived a hoghouse attempt in the Senate Ag & Natural Resources Committee today
Beef producers in Iowa will have a chance to learn about the pros and cons to each type of feeding facility.
Ducks Unlimited has pledged $9 million to conservation efforts in South Dakota.
When republicans won control of the US Senate in last Novemberâ€™s election, they said one of their priority issues would be tax reform.
South Dakota legislators are returning to Pierre for the second half of this yearâ€™s legislative session, with lots of bills still waiting action.
A bill that would mandate the use of an official i.d. to vote in Nebraska is on the agenda this week for the Unicameral.
South Dakota lawmakers are back in Pierre today after a four day break for Presidents Day.
Legislation that would raise the state gas tax in Iowa will be up for votes in committees in both the House and Senate this week and Governor Terry Branstad is working behind the scenes to round up votes.
One of the largest utility providers in the region is warning customers about a phone scam.
Senator Ernie Chambers of Omaha, who has tied up legislative debate already this year, warns fellow lawmakers he's not done killing legislation.
In an effort to increase agricultural advocacy, the Nebraska Corn Board and the FFA chapters around the state will be competing for funds for a program designed to educate the community.
The Western National Round-up in Denver gave South Dakota youth the chance to test their skills.
South Dakota lawmakers, on their four day Presidents Day break, are just past the halfway point of the 2015 session.