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Property owners in South Dakota have until November 3rd to apply for a state property tax moratorium designed to support historic sites.
South Dakota Congresswoman Kristi Noem was among House republicans that met this week with former Vice President Dick Cheney to talk about the terror threat from ISIS.
The Corps of Engineers says Crest Road, that crosses Gavins Point Dam across the Missouri River, will be closed again Monday night through late Tuesday afternoon.
Continued rains in September are adding to a wet August and have all but a portion of Iowa with good soil moisture levels.
The Iowa Board of Regents has approved its budget request to the legislature, but regents raised questions about the new funding formula.
Democrat Chuck Hassebrook says the resignation of Lavon Heidemann as Nebraska lieutenant governor and as Republican Pete Ricketts' running mate should weigh on voters' minds when they go to the polls in November.
Nebraska republican gubernatorial candidate Pete Ricketts is working to get his campaign back on track.
An expansion of mental health care offered to students and their families was outlined to the Yankton School Board at their meeting this week.
A former First Lady of Dakota Territory has been lostâ€¦but now has been foundâ€¦..and remembered.
The process to renovate the fish population in Lake Yankton is underway.
Senator John Thune restated the ongoing concerns of South Dakota shippers due to continued rail service issues throughout the state and region.
Iowa Governor Terry Branstad visited two university campuses Tuesday to tout ideas he says would make a college education more affordable for Iowa students.
Parents of children with severe epilepsy went to the Iowa statehouse Tuesday to complain about a state agency's rules for implementing the new state law that decriminalizes possession of cannabis oil.
The executive director of the Iowa State Association of Counties (ISAC) expects officials in many of Iowa's 99 counties will be reevaluating their courthouse security measures following the fatal shooting in Jackson County.
Nebraska republican candidate for governor Pete Ricketts has chosen a veteran of state government as his new running mate.
Americans for Prosperity has established a new chapter in South Dakota.
A number of utilities are asking the South Dakota Public Utilities Commission to consider rate increases for both gas and electric service.
The Yankton City Commission this week agreed to modify an annexation agreement made ten years ago with SAPA Manufacturing.
A fairly upbeat job market is anticipated in Iowa over the final three months of the year, according to a new survey released today.
An infectious disease specialist at Children's Hospital and Medical Center in Omaha hopes to calm fears about a virus that has sickened more than a thousand children in at least 10 states.