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The South Dakota Budget and Policy Institute held a series of public meetings around the state last fall, talking about education, and how best to fund it.
A bill that would allow Iowa's two online schools to stay in business has cleared an initial hurdle in the Iowa House.
Gasoline prices are climbing in Nebraska after many weeks of falling. Gail Weinholzer, at Triple-A-Nebraska, says a glut of crude…
Nebraska Congressman Adrian Smith says the failure of CoOportunity Health leaves tens of thousands of Nebraskans without health insurance...and raises questions about the viability of the federal health insurance law.
An effort to repeal the sales tax on food died in committee today in the South Dakota legislature.
The Benedictine Institute of Leadership Ethics and Social Justice is giving Mount Marty College in Yankton the chance to experience a piece of biblical history.
There will be a new question on federal income tax returns this year.
There are at least a couple of bills circulating in this year’s legislative session that would create scholarship funds for students that want to become teachers.
A bill that would set a floor for legislators pay, and allow for future pay increases passed out of the House State Affairs Committee.
The lakes and rivers in South Dakota are being invaded, and those who work in the outdoors are trying to come up with some ways to slow them down.
It would be illegal to use a hand-held cellphone while driving if a bill proposed by the Governor's Traffic Safety Bureau becomes law in Iowa.
A new Loras College Poll has found a majority of Iowans support an increase in the state gas tax.
University of Nebraska President - Designate Dr. Hank Bounds addressed the Board of Regents last Friday.
TransCanada finds fault in a letter the Environmental Protection Agency has sent to the State Department in its evaluation of the Keystone XL oil pipeline.
Feeding South Dakota is feeding hungry children while helping South Dakotans celebrate Valentine's Day.
The Yankton County Commission has agreed to begin a strategic planning process for its departments.
A legislative panel has added nearly two million dollars in new revenue to Governor Dennis Daugaard's fifty point nine million dollar funding hike for roads and bridges.
The South Dakota Army National Guard’s 155th Engineer Company has received an alert order for mobilization to Kuwait in August.
The new federal budget proposed by President Obama would spend just over four trillion dollars, and is about a seven percent increase from the current year.
Iowa's weather during January featured several extremes.