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The natural instinct for many people in rural areas is to jump in the car and hurry to the nearest hospital if there are signs of a heart attack.
Nearly 20-million new cases of sexually transmitted diseases were reported in the United States last year.
The Government Operations and Audit Committee of the South Dakota legislature meets today in Pierre.
The statewide average gas price in Iowa has moved up each of the last four weeks.
Nebraska is one legislative step away from repealing the death penalty.
Women’s Health Week across the nation is a reminder to ladies to take care of themselves.
Three students from the University of South Dakota have been chosen as Fulbright Scholars.
New clean air regulations from the Environmental Protection Agency could cripple coal fired power plants, and cause electric rates to soar.
When most people hear about Title 9, they think of schools and universities developing sports for females, but it is much more than that.
The Board of Trustees of Mount Marty College in Yankton have named Marcus Long as the next President of the College.
It was a case of one fire leading to another.
More rounds of severe weather are possible this weekend over the northern plains.
South Dakota Senator Mike Rounds, a member of the Senate Environment and Public Works Committee, joined a bipartisan group of colleagues in introducing legislation.
The South Dakota Public Utilities Commission held a public hearing in Yankton last night on the proposed electric rate hike by Northwestern Energy.
State senators have begun, but have yet to complete debate, on a bill that would allow the children of illegal immigrants to obtain driver's licenses in Nebraska.
The Iowa Department of Transportation has rejected the appeals from four Iowa cities that all want to keep using speed cameras in their areas.
An effort to do away with minimum mandatory prison sentences and reduce the number of crimes subject to the habitual criminal statute met resistance.
This weekend, the South Dakota Game, Fish and Parks Department is inviting everyone to visit a state park for the annual Open House and free fishing weekend.
South Dakota Senator John Thune, who Chairs the Commerce, Science and Transportation Committee, is planning to introduce a bill that could lead to improvements in weather forecasting.
The Federal Emergency Management Agency is working on floodplain maps for the Lewis & Clark and Big Sioux watersheds.