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Emerald Ash Borer has been found in another Iowa County.
Nebraska lawmakers debated and passed a bill that would repeal the state's death penalty law.
Nebraska legislators have advanced a bill that would scrap mandatory minimum prison sentences and the habitual criminal statute.
The American Red Cross recently made a few house calls in Yankton.
Schools districts across South Dakota are scrambling now to find teachers for the start of school later this summer.
Voters in South Dakota will decide on a constitutional amendment next year that would move the four state technical institutes to a state wide board similar to the Board of Regents.
Congress will soon attempt to do what has not been done for several years, and that is work out a formal federal budget.
South Dakota Governor Dennis Daugaard is term limited, so the race for the top spot will be wide open in 2018.
Nebraska lawmakers have advanced a bill that would allow businesses to pay teen workers less.
Attorney General Doug Peterson rejects suggestions that doing away with the death penalty would save Nebraska money.
The number of people killed in motor vehicle crashes this year may be lower than this time a year ago, but the number of people who weren’t wearing their seatbelt is much higher.
For the second year in a row, South Dakota has seen a decline in the number of babies that die before their first birthday.
A bill to do away with federal estate taxes will be up for debate in the US House today (Thursday).
Community bankers across South Dakota and other states are facing pages of new rules passed after the banking scandals that helped create the great recession.
The South Dakota Public Utilities Commission is setting the stage for four days of hearings next month on the pipeline permit for Keystone XL.
The region could use some rain.
Nebraska Attorney General Doug Peterson says prosecutors must not be blamed for the state's overcrowded prisons.
Nebraska Public Power District officials are concerned about recent scammers targeting utility customers.
Jack Warner, the Executive Director of the South Dakota Board of Regents will be retiring at the end of June.
It was a fairly flat year for funding increases for education in South Dakota.