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What may seem like a harmless rat’s nest may actually be cause for extra precautions.
A major change in water management in South Dakota starts on July first with natural resource districts replacing water management districts.
The Twitterverse jumped all over a Tweet sent by South Dakota Senator John Thune.
More than one hundred climate scientists, economists and biologists have signed an open letter, calling for a moratorium on tar sands oil development in North America.
The “Blue Ribbon Task Force on Teachers and Students” has started its round of public meetings across the state.
The Iowa-based Casey's General Stores will be growing even bigger in the coming year.
Nebraskans for Alternatives to the Death Penalty are taking aim at a group that is mounting a petition drive to put the issue on the ballot.
The numbers are staggering.
More than 50 percent of working Americans have some kind of pension plan through their employer.
The Environmental Protection Agency says it will release final rules on ozone pollution by this fall.
South Dakota Senator John Thune has been sharply critical of the Affordable Care Act, or Obamacare.
The Interim Joint Appropriations Committee of the South Dakota legislature will be on the road this week.
Almost 19,000 kids in South Dakota, between the ages of 3 and 21, have a disability such as speech or hearing impairment or a developmental delay.
Donald Easton-Brooks, presently Dean of the Colleges of Business and Education at Eastern Oregon University has been named the Dean of the School of Education at the University of South Dakota.
The Iowa legislature wrapped up their 2015 session last week, about a month in overtime after finally finding a budget agreement.
The Yankton City Commission discussed the possibility of taking extra steps to preserve the content of executive sessions, but took no action.
Nebraska ethanol producers aren't pleased with a proposal released by the EPA to reduce the biofuel requirement in the nation's gas supply.
Summer will arrive June 21st and already Iowans are being buzzed and bitten by mosquitoes.
There is a national push to make school lunch free to every student.
After nearly six months of wrangling, the members of the Iowa House and Senate put the finishing touches on a more than $7 billion dollar state budget plan.