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While ebola is gathering most of the attention right now, public health officials say we should be concerned about other, more contagious bugs.
Yankton residents will have the opportunity to come together this evening to learn about and discuss education funding within the state.
All Yankton Public School students will have access to a free flu shot provided by the school district and Avera Sacred Heart.
Feeding South Dakota has trumped the competition in a national contest to win a $60,000 grant from Wal-Mart.
The residents of the village of Lesterville, in Yankton County can only use their tap water for flushing toilets this morning.
The riverboat casino in Sioux City that's been closed for two months will be leaving its Sioux City dock soon.
Voting patterns have changed in Nebraska. More and more are voting early.
Iowa State epidemiologist, Patricia Quinlisk, says the Legionella bacteria recently found in Iowa Cityâ€™s Veteranâ€™s Administration hospital is common in most water supplies and throughout the environment.
A state program to encourage both college students to accept and Nebraska businesses to offer internships now boasts 750 participants.
The Heartland Humane Society will host its annual Wine and Whiskers event to raise money for the shelter's operating costs.
Feeding South Dakota will receive $60,000 from Wal-Mart along with fifty other food banks through a popular vote contest.
The school district and Avera Sacred Heart Hospital are providing flu shots to students this season.
Irish Twins Soap Company has made the final round of the Martha Stewart "American Made" Contest.
The Tri State College Fair attracted dozens of schools and hundreds of parents and students.
The Gregory School District had to make adjustments following two failed opt out attempts.
Even though the ebola virus is something to be careful about, it's not a huge threat to the nation.
The Corps of Engineers and the US Fish and Wildlife Service are being questioned by Nebraska's senators about recent land purchases and easements along the Missouri River.
WE CARE SD is a group of Lincoln County residents opposed to the possible development of a wind farm.
While there have been multiple instances of CWD in captive deer herds in Iowa, the Department of Natural Resources says cases in wild herds are still rare.
Four schools in South Dakota, four in Nebraska, and five in Iowa received the National Blue Ribbon Award for their academic excellence.