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The US Senate has passed its version of the National Defense Authorization Act of 2016.
Despite being over budget, a rail reconstruction project in central South Dakota will continue.
A new group called "Iowa Pays the Price" has formed to "educate" Iowans about the need for reform of campaign finance laws.
The Healthiest State Initiative is holding its "Taking Back Our Health" conference in Des Moines.
Nebraska State Corrections Director Scott Frakes says the culture is changing at the Department of Correctional Services.
Summer is underway, and South Dakota’s state parks are seeing some optimistic signs of a good season ahead.
A recent study finds that South Dakota is the worst state for teen drivers.
During the special session of the Minnesota legislature, lawmakers approved nineteen million dollars for continued construction of the Lewis & Clark Regional Water System.
One of the new members of the “Blue Ribbon Task Force” joined the meeting held in Yankton yesterday.
The “Blue Ribbon Task Force” met in Yankton yesterday, holding separate sessions for educators, business people and the public, looking for input on the state of education.
A northwest Iowa woman is in Washington, DC, along with dozens of other parents, to show their support for Medicaid coverage.
Homes are selling faster in Iowa than any point in the last three years.
Petitioners are out across the state, asking Nebraskans to sign a petition to place the death penalty on the November ballot.
The Yankton County Sheriff’s Office says 54 year old Richard Minder, of Sioux Falls, drowned in the Lewis & Clark Lake Marina last night.
Native American families will have an opportunity to access healthcare, supportive, specialty services with agencies lined up to offer help in an atmosphere that caters to family.
The Yankton County Commission may add a manager to the list of county employees.
A number of landowners in Yankton County will soon get a letter from the Planning and Zoning Department, asking about changes made to structures on their property.
Federal lawmakers now have until the end of July to come up with some solutions for the long delayed transportation bill.
The Blue Ribbon Task Force on Teachers and Students will hold its three part session in Yankton today.
The Iowa Department of Agriculture reported just one new case of bird flu last week, and says all the infected birds at the turkey facilities have been destroyed, and all but one of the chicken facilities have had their birds euthanized.