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It took Nebraska Governor Pete Ricketts only a few hours to veto the gas tax hike passed by the Unicameral.
An afternoon of storms swept through the region yesterday, bringing severe thunderstorms and reports of tornadoes. One of those tornadoes…
Iowa Governor Terry Branstad has signed a bill into law that's designed to help victims of domestic abuse, stalking, sex abuse and human trafficking who want to keep their address secret, so their abuser can't find them.
Iowa Governor Terry Branstad is challenging legislators to make a decision about state aid for Iowa's public schools for NEXT year.
Nebraska Governor Pete Ricketts has vetoed a bill that would have increased the state gas tax by six cents over the next four years.
As construction continues on new wells for the City of Yankton, on the north bank of the Missouri River, crews have been keeping an eye on an eagle nest in a tree on the Nebraska side of the river.
At first glance, he might look like a typical 13 year old, but Eli Kortan from Colome, South Dakota has a personality that touches everyone he meets.
Tomorrow (Saturday) is the 23rd anniversary of the nation’s largest food drive, and Feeding South Dakota is hoping to break their record.
With graduation this weekend in Crofton,(Nebraska) the longtime career of Superintendent Randy Anderson begins to wind up.
South Dakota Governor Dennis Daugaard will share the stage with President Obama this afternoon at Lake Area Technical Institute in Watertown.
A flurry of high-level negotiations at the Iowa statehouse on Wednesday may have yielded a tentative agreement
The Iowa Department of Agriculture on Wednesday identified six more probable cases of avian influenza.
Democrats in the Iowa Senate have rejected a Republican call for drug testing of all Iowans who receive state welfare checks through the Family Investment Program.
Nebraska lawmakers have confirmed Brad Rice as the next superintendent of the State Highway Patrol.
A deal has been struck and about 6,000 poor Nebraska families will receive an increase in federal aid.
During a hearing of the Senate Environment and Public Works Committee,South Dakota Senator Mike Rounds questioned US Fish and Wildlife Service Director Dan Ashe about the agency’s aggressive techniques and possible intimidation toward landowners regarding land easements.
Most businesses now depend on computers and the internet for a good portion of their activity, and most of those systems will get hacked at some point.
The Yankton County Commission held a public hearing last night (Wednesday) on the question of forming a rail authority.
An open house will be held in Wynot, Nebraska to discuss the proposed road improvements on Highway 12 and the St. Helena Spur.
The Missouri National Recreational River is a portion of the river that stretches 100 miles from Pickstown to Ponca and contributed more than $6 million dollars to the surrounding communities.