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The odds of an El Nino weather pattern occurring are changing.
The Corps of Engineers is asking for public comments on a plan to kill off all the fish in Lake Yankton, and then restock it.
Two South Dakota education groups are holding their joint convention in Sioux Falls.
Dakota Plains Ag Center of Parkston wants to build their next grain loading - fertilizer facility near Tabor.
SD Senator John Thune says he opposes efforts to label foods that contain GMO's.
Nebraska Senator Deb Fischer says her visit to the southern border has helped her better understand the problem of unaccompanied minors entering the country from Central America.
The "leadership symposium" for Iowa teachers and principals underway in Ankeny is attracting more than just teachers and principals.
Iowa Governor Terry Branstad says he remains undecided whether to support or oppose a proposed pipeline that would carry crude oil through Iowa.
Sanford Health is looking for cancer patients willing to take part in a new genetic treatment trial.
Members of the SD Highway Needs and Financing Committee are looking for the public's help.
S&P has given the State of South Dakota a credit rating bump.
You can buy everything from a corn dog to a tractor at the Iowa State Fair, but this year one thing you won't be able to buy on the fair grounds is a lottery ticket.
The chairman of the Republican Party of Iowa says his "number one, long-term priority" is keeping Iowa's Caucuses first-in-the-nation.
House Republicans have pushed ahead with a measure to sue President Obama, claiming he has violated the Constitution through several executive orders.
SD Congresswoman Kristi Noem says she supports moves by Texas Governor Rick Perry to send the National Guard to the Mexican border.
It may be August, but the weather won't feel like it.
SD democratic Senate candidate Rick Weiland releases his rural policy proposals.
SD Senator John Thune says the American public is frustrated at the lack of action in Congress.
College students, including those at Mount Marty College in Yankton, are experiencing more debt and need more access to funds.
The pollution may come down, but utility rates will rise if a new proposed rule by the EPA is put to use in the nation's power plants.