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The medical director at the Iowa Department of Public Health (IDPH) says tests at the State Hygienic Laboratory have confirmed three cases of flu in the state.
DAKOTACARE is now offering free gym memberships to their customers through a partnership with GreatLIFE Malaska Golf and Fitness Clubs.
Fees paid by waste haulers to the landfill operated by the joint powers will be going up.
Test results are showing improvements for Yankton High School students.
A committee of legislators and school officials appointed by South Dakota Governor Dennis Daugaard has been meeting since July, talking about school funding issues, and possible changes.
There's no snow in the forecast, but motorists may be seeing some Iowa Department of Transportation snow plows on roadways this week.
The latest rains across Iowa continue to add to what is now a positive groundwater picture.
Nebraska State Corrections officials say they acted on the best mental evaluation they had received on Nikko Jenkins.
The Nebraska Association of County Officials is holding their annual legislative conference this week.
The Better Business Bureau is working to help local businesses be prepared in the event of a security breach.
The first FARM members from the University of South Dakota’s Sanford School of Medicine are in the field, with a second group ready to join them next year.
The Yankton School Board has approved an agreement with the City of Yankton to provide a school resource police officer.
The new President of Avera Sacred Heart Hospital in Yankton is a long time employee.
Many of the world's top scientists, agricultural researchers, and government leaders are visiting Iowa this week for the annual World Food Prize events.
Governor Dave Heineman says the Nebraska State Patrol has handed the results of its investigation into the prison sentence miscalculations by Corrections officials over to prosecutors.
Political experts say the phenomenon of "early" voting has changed the dynamics of modern campaigns.
A member of the special Nebraska legislative committee investigating the release of serial killer Nikko Jenkins from prison fired back at Governor Dave Heineman.
The Yankton City Commission at their meeting tonight will consider an agreement with the Yankton Public Schools to provide a school resource officer for the district.
A state level committee has been looking at possible changes to the funding mix that South Dakota schools can use.
While the Ebola infections in Texas are taking up most of the headlines, public health officials are also carefully watching the wide spread of another outbreak.