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A SD interim Legislative committee talked about tax changes for counties.
More projects along the James River have been approved.
Six people have died in a Platte house fire.
SD Senator MIke Rounds says he was encouraged by the GOP Presidential debate.
SD school districts have to adjust their hiring practices to give preference to military veterans.
SD legislators are hearing from county officials.
A new operator has been selected for the Napa - Platte rail line.
Expansion of Medicaid may again be before SD legislators in 2016.
Nebraska Governor Pete Ricketts says property tax reform was the number one issue he heard about during his round of town hall meetings across the state.
Finding enough workers is a problem for the Human Services Center in Yankton as it is for a number of other health care providers in the state.
South Dakota Senator Mike Rounds made a speech on the floor of the Senate yesterday about the Iran nuclear deal.
Fall arrives next week, a dangerous time of year as it's much more likely Iowa motorists may collide with deer.
The manager of an Iowa apprenticeship program says there's more demand for skilled workers than his program that trains plumbers, welders and technicians who work on heating and air conditioning systems can supply.
Secretary of State John Gale says he's confident the group, Nebraskans for the Death Penalty, has met the threshold to force a vote on capital punishment.
It is still a few months before the Nebraska Legislature is back in session but it is likely that tax reform will be a priority.
After a series of meetings across the Sioux Falls Catholic Diocese last year, a number of small parishes were merged and centralized.
The Yankton City Commission is back to nine members after Amy Miner was appointed last (Monday) night to fill a vacancy.
A routine presentation on the annual financial report sparked some questions from Yankton City Commissioners.
The Yankton School Board will hold a special meeting later this month to choose a consulting firm that will study all the facilities in the school district.
54 high-risk areas around Minnesota are in the process of getting "intelligent transportation systems" to help reduce crashes and improve safety.