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Nebraska prepares to begin its online voter registration system tomorrow (TUE), National Voter Registration Day.
The unemployment rate in Iowa headed back down in August after a small move up in July.
Supporters of the referendum petition drive to get the death penalty on the ballot next year in Nebraska are confident it will withstand a legal challenge.
Republican presidential candidate Mike Huckabee made a stand with Kentucky county clerk Kim Davis over her refusal to issue marriage licenses to gay couples.
The South Dakota Board of Regents has endorsed a tuition freeze as their top priority for next year. That would add about five million dollars to their budget request.
The Blue Ribbon Task Force on Education will meet again on October first, and continue the search for some answers to teacher shortages and education funding.
Burlington Northern Santa Fe (BNSF) railroad personnel and derailment contractors continue their cleanup and reconstruction effort at the site southeast of Scotland where seven tanker cars hauling ethanol left the tracks Saturday.
Iowa Governor Terry Branstad says the National Guard should be a front line priority.
Iowa will begin online voter registration.
Derailed ethanol tank cars burned Saturday morning near Scotland SD.
Nebraska Senator Deb Fischer says an admission by the Obama Administration shocked the Armed Services Committee. The US commander in…
Opponents of the death penalty in Nebraska are taking their case to court.
Workforce shortages could grow to crisis status in SD.
Congress is still working on bills that would give them authority over the internet.
A SD interim Legislative committee talked about tax changes for counties.
More projects along the James River have been approved.
Six people have died in a Platte house fire.
SD Senator MIke Rounds says he was encouraged by the GOP Presidential debate.
SD school districts have to adjust their hiring practices to give preference to military veterans.
SD legislators are hearing from county officials.