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The final deadline for those wishing to have health insurance coverage through the Health Insurance Marketplace is this Sunday, February 15th.
A South Dakota legislative committee listened to two hours of often emotional testimony from people supporting and opposing the death penalty.
South Dakota Senator Mike Rounds, a member of the Senate Environment and Public Works Committee, questioned the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) plan to regulate carbon emissions at a committee hearing.
A four percent increase in general funding has been voted for by the Democrats in Iowa's legislature.
A proposal to tax video gambling machines in Nebraska has made its way to the Unicameral.
A bill to repeal Nebraska's motorcycle helmet law has been reintroduced in the legislature.
The South Dakota House Education Committee is dealing with a proposal that faces gender identity and high schools teens.
The Lewis & Clark Regional Water Project found out last week that it will get just over nine million dollars…
Yankton Area Progressive Growth has taken the lead in developing affordable housing for expected growth in large employers in the area.
Workforce development has been a major issue in South Dakota for some time, and a report released last year has given some experts insight into the need to increase the development of a skilled workforce.
Nebraska Senator Ben Sasse says the southern border should be a higher priority.
Some are criticizing a change to the Iowa university funding formula, charging it as a political move against the University of Iowa.
Iowa Public Schools' start dates have been an issue for the Iowa legislature, but a compromise has been proposed.
As part of a reconstruction plan, the Yankton City Commission has agreed to buy land by East Highway 50.
South Dakota Senator Mike Rounds has been in office a little more than a month.
Opponents to the death penalty in South Dakota will present a package of bills to a Senate committee tomorrow (Wednesday).
School districts across South Dakota are moving toward uniform teacher evaluations.
A legislative committee approved a proposal that would allow people in South Dakota to carry a concealed pistol without a permit.
The liquidation of CoOportunity Health insurance plan has raised a lot of questions for plan participants.
The chairman of the Nebraska legislature's Agriculture Committee says he has heard the complaints...and will address the issue of so-called puppy mills this legislative session.