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Democrats in the Iowa Senate have rejected a Republican call for drug testing of all Iowans who receive state welfare checks through the Family Investment Program.
Nebraska lawmakers have confirmed Brad Rice as the next superintendent of the State Highway Patrol.
A deal has been struck and about 6,000 poor Nebraska families will receive an increase in federal aid.
During a hearing of the Senate Environment and Public Works Committee,South Dakota Senator Mike Rounds questioned US Fish and Wildlife Service Director Dan Ashe about the agency’s aggressive techniques and possible intimidation toward landowners regarding land easements.
Most businesses now depend on computers and the internet for a good portion of their activity, and most of those systems will get hacked at some point.
The Yankton County Commission held a public hearing last night (Wednesday) on the question of forming a rail authority.
An open house will be held in Wynot, Nebraska to discuss the proposed road improvements on Highway 12 and the St. Helena Spur.
The Missouri National Recreational River is a portion of the river that stretches 100 miles from Pickstown to Ponca and contributed more than $6 million dollars to the surrounding communities.
The Yankton County Commission voted to accept the proposed county master transportation plan at their meeting on Tuesday.
New income guidelines means more women and children could receive assistance.
South Dakota Senator Mike Rounds has introduced legislation to reign in the EPA.
The South Dakota State Rail Board is taking another look at bids for reconstruction of a portion of line from Chamberlain west to Presho.
Several South Dakota towns had some of the driest Aprils on record.
A national credit rating agency has upgraded South Dakota to the highest rating it issues.
The Elder Abuse Task Force that was authorized by the 2015 South Dakota legislature is taking shape.
Iowa lawmakers return to Des Moines this week, with no apparent movement on the budget dispute.
Negotiations between republicans in the US House and Senate on 2016 budget bills could soon move to debate in both chambers.
South Dakota Congresswoman Kristi Noem was able to get almost twenty nine million dollars added to the rural water project fund.
A bill that would repeal the death penalty in Nebraska passed on first round on a 30 to 13 vote, and is scheduled to come back for further debate.
Republicans in the US Senate are trying to work through a number of proposed amendments to the Iran Nuclear Review Agreement.