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South Dakota Governor Dennis Daugaard has signed Senate Bill one, which adds a number of fees and taxes for road and bridge funding.
A big distribution center for Polaris Industries in Vermillion is going to get bigger, and add more jobs.
Landowners surrounding Beaver Lake in Yankton County are in distress about changes to the lake that occurred after reconstruction of the bridge and spillway on the south edge.
Home prices and the number of homes sold across Iowa both rose last month compared to February of 2014, according to the Iowa Association of Realtors.
With three Iowa teams in the N-C-A-A basketball tournament, it's a good bet there are a lot more people interested in tournament pools this year.
Nebraska Senator Deb Fischer defends her signing of an open letter to Iran that has been harshly criticized by President Obama.
The discovery of some invasive species in waterways around the region is setting off a reaction.
South Dakota lawmakers were worried toward the end of the session that they may not find the dollars to fill out promises made at the beginning of the session.
A bill passed the 2015 session of the South Dakota legislature that will make major changes to the way water drainage is managed.
The Freeman Regional Health Services board of directors has named Nick Brandner as CEO of the system.
The Iowa Department of Public Health's 2014 Youth Survey finds substance abuse among high school kids has dropped.
The annual "Cancer in Iowa" report shows the number of skin cancer cases in Iowa has been increasing.
Rural Nebraska’s small towns are starting to see more young individuals and families interested in returning to their communities.
South Dakota lawmakers wrapped up the main run of the 2015 session late Friday night with the final passage of the budget.
The Revenue Committee of the Nebraska legislature approved a bill last week that would raise the gas tax six cents a gallon over the next four years.
Bird watching will have to be part of the ongoing construction for new wells for the City of Yankton.
South Dakota Senator Mike Rounds was among the forty seven republican Senators that signed an open letter to the leaders of Iran, warning them about any potential deal with the United States over nuclear weapons development.
Warmer temperatures have melted away much of the snow cover and that has farmers to starting think about getting into the fields.
The Iowa House has voted to require doctors to offer women seeking an abortion the opportunity to see an ultrasound image and hear the heartbeat of the fetus.
A legislative hearing at the state Capitol in Lincoln served as a forum to air grievances about TransCanada and its potential use of eminent domain to build the Keystone XL oil pipeline through Nebraska.