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South Dakota lawmakers are still looking over the details of the budget plan outlined by Governor Dennis Daugaard this week.
Governor Dennis Daugaard is proposing a two percent increase for state aid to education in the budget that begins next July first.
The Yankton County Commission this week approved emergency repairs for a bridge across the James River.
After years of gradual increases, the number of people diagnosed with H-I-V and AIDS in Iowa is on the decline, but officials say the numbers are still inconclusive.
Many Iowa motorists are getting an early Christmas gift as gasoline prices are at their lowest level in several years…
Open enrollment began the middle of last month for insurance under the Affordable Care Act. It lasts until the middle of February.
Nebraska completed slightly more than 100 highway improvement projects this year.
High costs and high commitment rates in the juvenile justice system has a legislative work group considering changes to be presented to legislators.
The Yankton County Commission got the results of an audit done by the state Department of Legislative Audit at their meeting yesterday.
Legislators gathered in Pierre yesterday to hear Governor Dennis Daugaard outline his budget plans for the year that begins next July first.
South Dakota Governor Dennis Daugaard officially delivered his budget proposal to the legislature yesterday.
South Dakota Governor, Dennis Daugaard, addresses legislators to propose his budget plan for 2015.
The month ahead could be warmer than the November Iowa just finished up, according to the state climatologist.
The largest businesses in Iowa are optimistic about the first half of 2015 in terms of sales.
Nebraska Governor Dave Heineman says he didn't want to build a new prison to ease overcrowding.
A meeting Wednesday evening in Yankton will discuss the results of a transportation study and give county residents the chance to add their opinion.
An Iowa beef packer is calling for all their cattle producers to be Beef Quality Assurance certified.
The City of Yankton will continue to work to bring new retail development to the city.
The Government Operations and Audit Committee of the South Dakota Legislature has posted their final report on the investigation into activities surrounding the EB-5 economic development program.
South Dakota Senator, Dan Lederman, is headed to China to make connections and talk possible markets.