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Several groups across Iowa are working together to address the declining population of monarch butterflies.
Senators this week had an often bitter debate over the future of care for Iowans with acute mental illnesses.
A Nebraska Congressman worries that violence in the Middle East threatens the existence of an ancient faith community.
A guiding hand early in a teacher’s career can be critical to keeping people in the profession.
A bill that would have voided the transgender policy of the South Dakota High School Activities Association was debated in the state Senate again yesterday.
Republican Senators who signed an open letter to Iranian leaders warning them that any nuclear deal signed with the Obama Administration could be changed are defending that move.
The Iowa Senate has voted to let local school officials decide when the fall semester may begin.
The Des Moines Water Works Board voted to proceed with a lawsuit against three northwest Iowa counties.
Nebraska Congressman Adrian Smith isn't happy with the action taken to fund Homeland Security without any concession from President Obama on immigration.
Another quiet start to the severe weather season.
Medicaid expansion is still under discussion among South Dakota legislators.
Several Yankton businesses learned how to become destinations.
John E. Tinker (52) is 5 Feet 8 Inches tall, 258 lbs. with brown hair and brown eyes and last seen…
South Dakota lawmakers got the official revenue numbers yesterday as they work through the final full week of the 2015 session.
A water bill approved by the South Dakota Legislature will help the Lewis & Clark Regional Water System get more pipes in the ground.
The House State Affairs Committee of the South Dakota legislature killed a bill last week that would have let cities add a fourth penny sales tax for special projects.
The Yankton School Board will have to make some decisions about the future of the districts football field.
The manager of the Iowa Gambling Treatment and Prevention Program warns, for many people, placing a few small bets on…
A new report claims Iowa's health care industry adds $6.2 billion dollars to the state's economy.
Omaha hopes to benefit from Nebraska's strong agricultural sector to become one of the top five agri-business leaders in the world.