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The South Dakota High School Activities Association has been working through policy dealing with transgender students, and where they could be placed in athletics.
Like most in the state, South Dakota Governor Dennis Daugaard is waiting to hear the conclusions of the Blue Ribbon Task Force on Education.
The conservative Iowa Faith and Freedom Coalition and the liberal group Progress Iowa have joined the campaign that's calling for an end to outside spending on political races.
US State Department officials say its review of the Keystone XL oil pipeline application will continue.
An Iowa statehouse committee spent a lot of time hearing about what's being called a massive change in how health care in Iowa is delivered to the poor and disabled.
Nebraska Senator Deb Fischer says the Obama Administration needs to insure Congress...and the American people...that it has a plan to defeat the Islamic State.
The cost of health insurance continues to rise, and it looks like that will continue in 2016.
Southeast Tech in Sioux Falls has begun a strategic planning process that will ultimately result in the creation of a five-year Strategic Vision Plan.
The Whiterock Conservancy near Coon Rapids in west-central Iowa is making plans for 12-hundred acres of land left to the organization by the Garst family.
Iowa state tax revenues continue to lag.
Nebraska Senator Ben Sasse took the opportunity of his first speech from the Senate floor to lament how far it has fallen from its ideal.
he 8th Annual Nebraska Wind and Solar Conference is going on in Omaha this week.
The Yankton County Commission got the first look at the outlines of a developer’s agreement that could lead to the construction of a grain loading facility at the Napa rail junction.
Scott Westerhuis of rural Platte used a shotgun to kill his wife and four children, then set fire to their home and used the same shotgun to kill himself.
he just ended month of October was warmer and drier than normal across Iowa.
The University of Nebraska Medical Center and Nebraska Medicine announced the creation of the Mind and Brain Health Labs.
Winter shouldn't be as cold as normal this year, according to Nebraska state climatologist Ken Dewey.
The South Dakota Health Care Solutions Coalition will meet again Wednesday in Pierre.
The South Dakota Human Services Center in Yankton is struggling to fill staff vacancies bottom to top.
A near record harvest doesn’t appear to be putting much pressure on the rail system in the state.