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Last year's blizzard made the American Meteorological Society's list of extreme weather events and isn't likely to be repeated.
Student head counts are in for state funding projections in South Dakota.
U.S. Senate candidates Joni Ernst and Bruce Braley debated this weekend, accusing each other of special interest loyalties.
The Heartland Rural Physician Alliance will be holding its annual summit to discuss the future of primary care.
A report from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln has confirmed the human impact on climate change.
A concert featuring Neil Young and Willie Nelson, protesting the Keystone XL pipeline, was held Saturday at a farm north of Neligh Nebraska.
Thousands gathered Saturday at the Tanderup farm north of Neligh Nebraska to protest the Keystone XL pipeline.
Then Yankton School Board accepted the resignation of a teacher Friday afternoon.
A new UNL climate study has found the changing climate could impact Nebraska agriculture.
Competition for qualified teachers is leading to a teacher shortage in South Dakota and possible changes in the state sales tax.
South Dakota Senator, John Thune, says the race for control in the Senate is tight.