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Those needing to buy health insurance through the federal marketplace are seeing premium sticker shock.
The transition in leadership in the US House should be a good one. That from South Dakota Congresswoman Kristi Noem.
Yankton Middle School students and staff hosted a Veterans Day program Tuesday morning entitled “Honoring Our Veterans.”
The details of the just completed Trans Pacific Partnership, or TPP trade deal were released to members of Congress last week.
The 2016 general election is now just under a year away, and political parties are organizing.
A major housing development is underway on West City Limits Road in Yankton.
Nebraska Senator Deb Fischer is pleased the House has approved a long-term transportation bill.
A first-of-its-kind study by the University of Iowa on hundreds of children with mild-to-severe hearing loss finds those kids don't learn to speak or communicate as well as others who have good hearing.
While he still has two years to go in his time as Sioux Falls Mayor, Mike Huether is being mentioned as a possible democratic candidate for Governor in 2018.
The next step in the federal budget process will be debate over the omnibus spending bill.
The Blue Ribbon Task Force on Education has, in general, recommended about seventy five million dollars in extra funding to raise teacher pay.
A coalition of government, tribal, and health care organization is working to come up with a proposal that could lead to the expansion of Medicaid coverage in South Dakota.
The State of Minnesota is looking at a shortfall of about $16-billion in transportation funding over the next 20 years without significant changes.
Iowa ranks 19th among the states in a new report on premature birth rates.
The head of the National Endowment for the Arts has wrapped a visit to Iowa's capital city.
The US House voted to approve a six year, three hundred forty billion dollar transportation funding bill. It would end a series of over thirty short term extensions on funding.
The South Dakota High School Activities Association has been working through policy dealing with transgender students, and where they could be placed in athletics.
Like most in the state, South Dakota Governor Dennis Daugaard is waiting to hear the conclusions of the Blue Ribbon Task Force on Education.
The conservative Iowa Faith and Freedom Coalition and the liberal group Progress Iowa have joined the campaign that's calling for an end to outside spending on political races.
US State Department officials say its review of the Keystone XL oil pipeline application will continue.