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Iowa Governor Terry Branstad says school administrators who're complaining about the level of state support for schools should NOT resort to raising local property taxes.
Many Nebraska landowners shy away from developing agritourism on their property due to liability in case someone gets hurt.
Nebraska Senator Ben Sasse had a two-word statement when he learned the head of the Office of Personnel Management had resigned in wake of the hack attack.
Iowa Governor Terry Branstad has vetoed about fifty five million dollars in state aid to education that was passed by this year’s legislature.
As a number of school districts in the state scramble to fill teaching vacancies for this fall, it looks like it could take some time to fill the gap.
At least one legislative democratic leader thinks a special session may not be a bad idea.
The Blue Ribbon Task Force on Teachers and Students was appointed by South Dakota Governor Dennis Daugaard to re-evaluate the current funding formula.
Two Yankton residents were killed Sunday afternoon in a two car collision near Lewis & Clark Lake.
South Dakota soil isn’t just dirt.
Home buying is a process that most people go through, but few people fully understand.
SD Utility rate payers can expect more rate increases in the future.
SD legislators say it is too soon to talk about a special session for education funding.
Some potentially dangerous algae blooms are being reported in some Iowa lakes.
The US Senate is working on a replacement to "No Child Left Behind." The new act gives states more authority to set standards.
SD Governor Dennis Daugaard doesn't think the legislature is ready for a special session on education funding.
SD voters will get the chance to weigh in on election law changes.
The number of people considered homeless in South Dakota rose in the last year.
The SD State Treasurers Office is holding millions of dollars, looking for the rightful owners.
Extra law enforcement will be on Minnesota roads to crack down on lead-footed drivers starting Friday.
West Nile has been confirmed in a mosquito in St. Paul, Minnesota and cases have been reported in surrounding states.