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Yankton County Commissioners are proceeding with the installation of warning sirens throughout areas west of Yankton near Lewis & Clark Lake.
The South Dakota Budget and Policy Institute held a public meeting focused on education funding in Vermillion.
It's not yet clear what propane supplies and prices will be in the upcoming crop-drying and home heating season and state officials say they're closely monitoring the situation.
Pheasant hunters can expect to have a little more success in Iowa this fall compared to recent years.
Senator Burke Harr of Omaha believes one of the first things lawmakers will address in January is prison reform.
Nebraska has a strong economy...but Governor Dave Heineman says the state cannot be satisfied with its high rankings on certain business-climate lists or its low unemployment rate.
Jeff Holtz, Operations Manager of the Eastern Division of Farmers Co-op Society, says a large harvest will help the recovery process after spontaneous corn fire this week.
A fire inside a massive grain storage facility in northwest Iowa is believed to have been sparked through spontaneous combustion. It started around 5:30 p.m. Monday at the Farmer's Co-op Society of Sioux Center.
Rising property taxes in Nebraska has become one of the main issues in the Governor’s race between democrat Chuck Hassebrook, and republican Pete Ricketts.
The State of South Dakota has seen rising financial returns from the lease of public lands over the past few years, and that trend should continue.
Members of Congress will return to Washington next week for a few days before heading out for the stretch run to the November elections.
Iowa Policy Project, written by Colin Gordon, finds that Iowa's wage structure is weak compared to the growing economy.
State Climatologist, Harry Hillaker, says the winters ahead could be colder than normal.
Omaha State Senator, Burke Harr, plans to re-introduce a bill that makes using a fake weapon a felony.
SD Congresswoman Kristi Noem says there are issues Congress needs to deal with this fall.
The South Dakota Budget & Policy Institute will hold a number of meetings to talk about education funding and teacher pay.
The monthly Mid America economic report shows continued slow growth, for now.
South Dakota University Presidents are working with the Board of Regents in the hopes of another freeze in tuition.
Clean up is underway in Dakota City Nebraska and Sergeant Bluff Iowa after strong storms moved through late Sunday afternoon.
South Dakota Senator John Thune says the US needs strong leadership to confront terror in the mid-east.