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A report from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln has confirmed the human impact on climate change.
A concert featuring Neil Young and Willie Nelson, protesting the Keystone XL pipeline, was held Saturday at a farm north of Neligh Nebraska.
Thousands gathered Saturday at the Tanderup farm north of Neligh Nebraska to protest the Keystone XL pipeline.
Then Yankton School Board accepted the resignation of a teacher Friday afternoon.
A new UNL climate study has found the changing climate could impact Nebraska agriculture.
Competition for qualified teachers is leading to a teacher shortage in South Dakota and possible changes in the state sales tax.
South Dakota Senator, John Thune, says the race for control in the Senate is tight.
A study by an environmental group is analyzing the vulnerability to climate change of more than 500 species of birds across the Midwest.
Nebraska Governor Dave Heineman sees little good in second-guessing the Nikko Jenkins case.
Governor Terry Branstad and Lieutenant Governor Kim Reynolds joined Sioux City Schools Superintendent Paul Gausmann and others Wednesday for a public forum on school bullying.
New information from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention shows South Dakota as one of the top states for flu vaccinations.
Legislators on the Government Operations and Audit Committee went through piles of questions and responses in an effort to find out more about the EB-5 visa program in South Dakota.
The U-S Department of Education has awarded the Iowa College Student Aid Commission (Iowa College Aid) a 22-million-dollar grant to continue a program that helps low income students finish high school and go on to college.
The Iowa Department of Transportation is planning to hire 200 to 300 more snow plow operators than usual for the upcoming winter season.
Iowans on the western side of the state should have an easier time when the go to doctor or hospital as the Iowa Health Information Network is now linked up with Nebraska's Health Information Initiative.
Governor Dave Heineman announces all four Nebraska veteransâ€™ homes have received perfect scores on their annual Health Care System Surveys from the Department of Veterans Affairs.
The open enrollment period for sign up into health insurance plans under the Affordable Care Act will begin again in mid-November, and run through mid-February.
A committee appointed by South Dakota Governor Dennis Daugaard is looking at possible changes to the formula that allows school districts to spend their capital outlay dollars outside that narrow definition
Enrollment at South Dakotaâ€™s six public universities is pretty flat this year compared to last.
South Dakota Senator John Thune says that air power is only part of the answerâ€¦