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The 2015 South Dakota legislature may be asked to consider a bill that would more clearly define the rights of foster parents.
The Department of Natural Resources “2013 Iowa Greenhouse Gas Inventory Report” shows a decrease in greenhouse gas emissions for the second straight year.
A new report on climate change offers a warning for farmers across the Midwest to prepare for significant weather-related challenges in the years ahead.
State Auditor Mike Foley says the Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services has failed to use all of the federal dollars available to the state.
A state senator says Nebraska Governor Dave Heineman cannot escape responsibility for the prison miscalculation scandal.
Southeastern Electric customers experience problems with their electricity last night.
The National Weather Service is predicting frigid temperatures and low wind chills for the weekend.
South Dakota legislators intend to revisit Common Core.
South Dakota Senator-elect Mike Rounds says it took some time to get caught up on all the international affairs for his new position in Washington.
District 40 Senator, Tyson Larsen, is getting ready to return to Lincoln next week.
Economist Ernie Goss explains the economic conditions that led to an increased index for the midwest.
The last few days of 2014 had temperatures low enough to make the record books.
Nebraska's job growth is projected to top 1 million jobs in 2015.
Senator Mike Johanns is leaving the Senate after over 30 years of public service within government.
The SD Department of Health has confirmed six cases of measles in unvaccinated individuals.
The Red Cross aided more families affected by home fires in 2014 than any other disasters combined.
USDA Rural Development grants benefited rural Nebraska communities in 2014.
A cooperative health insurance company set up under rules created by the federal health insurance law has been ordered to quit writing policies in Nebraska.
Iowa's Attorney General announced seven lawsuits in six counties in cases where construction started without a call to check for underground utility lines.
Iowa Secretary of State-elect Paul Pate says he hopes to have on-line voter registration available before the 2016 primaries.