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The Iowa legislature is still stuck trying to come up with a budget.
Final budget agreement between the US House and Senate is being held up by one Senator upset with what he calls â€śgimmicks.â€ť
Another bill passed by this yearâ€™s legislative session may go before South Dakota voters next year.
The Executive Board of the South Dakota Legislature met this week to begin setting up summer study committees.
Culturally diverse foster parents are needed across South Dakota to keep children in their own communities and to help siblings stay together.
The Siouxland chapter of Big Brothers Big Sisters, which provides mentors to kids in parts of Iowa, Nebraska and South Dakota, has won a national competition and a large cash grant.
Nebraska's Attorney General will be listening with great interest as the United States Supreme Court hears oral arguments on the issue of same-sex marriage.
A group of business concerns wants to see Nebraska make the final push to complete the Nebraska Expressway System.
Sioux Falls Mayor Mike Huether spent a full day last week in his hometown of Yankton, meeting with civic and school groups, giving advice on what could be done to make Yankton another â€śboomtown.â€ť
The 2015 session of the Nebraska legislature is entering the stretch run, with only a few weeks on the calendar.
The South Dakota Public Utilities Commission has decided that the public input session scheduled for next Monday, in Pierre, to hear comments about the construction permit certification for the South Dakota portion of the Keystone XL Pipeline will be postponed.
University of Nebraska President Hank Bounds says the support the university receives from the state attracted him to the position.
Iowa Lottery officials are monitoring states that are experimenting with the electronic sale of lottery tickets.
The Yankton School Board has decided to add a full time art teacher back to the staff at the Middle School.
JosĂ©-Marie Griffiths, vice president for academic affairs at Bryant University in Smithfield, R.I., will become the 23rd president of Dakota State University.
The Yankton City Commission has begun the initial work to put together a budget for 2016.
Nebraska lawmakers will get their first official look at the budget this week.
Many electric consumers in South Dakota could see their bills go up this year.
While the Executive Board of the South Dakota legislature will set up summer study committees, there is one task force that was already authorized by lawmakers in this yearâ€™s session.
Iowa lawmakers are still hung up on budget numbers.