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Irish Twins Soap Company has made the final round of the Martha Stewart "American Made" Contest.
The Tri State College Fair attracted dozens of schools and hundreds of parents and students.
The Gregory School District had to make adjustments following two failed opt out attempts.
Even though the ebola virus is something to be careful about, it's not a huge threat to the nation.
The Corps of Engineers and the US Fish and Wildlife Service are being questioned by Nebraska's senators about recent land purchases and easements along the Missouri River.
WE CARE SD is a group of Lincoln County residents opposed to the possible development of a wind farm.
While there have been multiple instances of CWD in captive deer herds in Iowa, the Department of Natural Resources says cases in wild herds are still rare.
Four schools in South Dakota, four in Nebraska, and five in Iowa received the National Blue Ribbon Award for their academic excellence.
Several utility companies across the Midwest are reporting scams that are targeting their customers.
According to Nebraska Secretary of State, John Gale, changing the gubernatorial ticket to replace Lavon Heidemann's name with Mike Foley's avoids voter confusion.
Nebraska Governor Dave Heineman says most of the problems that led to the early release of hundreds of inmates are fixed.
The Creighton Economic Forecasting Group released the monthly survey of economic indicators throughout the Midwest.
A recent analysis of an increase in the minimum wage finds that workers making more than minimum wage could also see upward pressure on their income.
The number of babies that died during their first year of life was down in 2013.
South Dakota State Climatologist Dennis Todey says the coming winter could be a wet one with milder temperatures.
It now costs Iowa grocery stores and other businesses more to accept payments through the federal Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program.
The head of the Iowa Lottery says his agency's move into a new building is still scheduled to happen before the end of the year.
Nebraska Governor Dave Heineman says many factors led him to choose state Senator John Nelson, an attorney from Omaha, as his lieutenant governor for the final three months of his administration.
The Wind and Solar Conference in La Vista offers a large pool of resources for anyone interested in clean energy development.
The Rural Rewards Program offers CNA certification to students in hopes to boost health care work force.