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The new state health care plan has South Dakota state employees worried about their out of pocket costs for certain…
With help from Sioux City Public Schools, Wisner-Pilger Middle School will have furniture for classes this fall.
The increased moisture throughout the midwest this year has improved Iowa's previous drought conditions.
The Tyson plant located in Cherokee, Iowa will close in September, leaving about 450 people without jobs.
An arrest warrant was prepared for Richard Benda.
Unmanned aircraft have been banned within the boundaries of the Missouri National Recreational River on the South Dakota – Nebraska border.
A South Dakota cable, phone and internet provider has been sold, and the new owners are promising improved services.
Northwestern Energy is looking at a major upgrade of their electric transmission facilities in and near Yankton.
The Government Operations and Audit Committee of the South Dakota legislature is meeting today in Pierre.
A stormy, destructive June did provide some benefit to Nebraska.
Iowa's annual roadside survey of small game animals, from pheasants to quail to rabbits, is now underway.
The Iowa Supreme Court has denied a temporary stay that has allowed the Argosy Casino riverboat in Sioux City to stay open.
Nebraska State Senator Jeremy Nordquist of Omaha is working on legislation that would allow certain illegal immigrants to get driver's licenses in Nebraska.
Twelve Nebraska counties have been approved for Public Assistance from FEMA. Recovery efforts are still underway for residents throughout the…
South Dakota Senator John Thune has sent a letter to the federal Surface Transportation Board calling for more insight to the railroad backlog.
As a new water treatment plant is planned for Riverside Park in Yankton, a citizen’s advisory group is helping with the design.
While Congress continues to debate a band aid fix to the federal highway trust fund, at least one South Dakota candidate says gas taxes should go up…now.
When the state of South Dakota added up the numbers at the end of the fiscal year on June 30th, most categories showed healthy growth.
Iowa Senator Chuck Grassley blasted the Obama administration for not telling state officials about dozens of Central American children being…
Nebraska lawmakers are being urged to invest more early as a way to fight crime down the road.