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A study finds that the majority of Iowa residents support some kind of immigration reform.
When it comes to compensating federal crime victims, Nebraska falls very short of the national average.
The residents of Pilger, Nebraska are keeping their hopes up while rebuilding.
The James River Water Development District hopes to reinstate the Total Daily Maximum Load Program to last another year.
Lincoln County officials have assessed flood damage from last month’s heavy rains.
South Dakota democratic gubernatorial candidate Susan Wismer is starting her first post primary campaign tour of the state, and she is focused on Medicaid expansion.
The wave of people coming across the southern borders of the country may have an effect on funding for our schools.
Iowa residents who thought they were getting memberships with Vertrue, Incorporated will be refunded the membership fees.
Iowa roadways are being littered, causing high costs to clean up the mess.
Minimum wage increase supporters have been gaining signatures to put the issue on November's ballot.
Bioscience jobs are seeing tremendous growth in South Dakota.
The Board of Directors will decide on a budget for James River water quality projects.
The Corps of Engineers is predicting higher than average run off into the Missouri River this summer, but it should stay well below flood stage.
Former Senator Larry Pressler says he would like President Obama to come to South Dakota to talk about the impacts of the Affordable Care Act on rural states…
Motorists are being told to take caution when driving as farmers harvest hay along roadsides.
Residents in Northeast Nebraska getting new phone lines could also receive a new area code.
Mobile gaming may be a gambling feature in Iowa's future.
A Norfolk (Nebraska) float builder who sparked controversy over the acceptable limits of political expression says people have misinterpreted the float.
A South Dakota interim legislative committee heard testimony yesterday about direct wine sales to consumers.
With only a limited number of legislative days on the Congressional calendar, many important issues will not see any action in Washington this year.