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A near record harvest doesn’t appear to be putting much pressure on the rail system in the state.
Nebraska Governor Pete Ricketts says possible tax cuts top his list of priorities for the 2016 legislative session.
The Iowa Department of Public Health plans to give out three million dollars in federal funding to help provide more treatment for those with addictions to prescription drugs and heroin.
Nebraska Congressman Jeff Fortenberry defends the two-year budget deal as a way to avoid another government shutdown showdown.
Keystone XL Pipeline application suspended
Officials predict a seven-fold increase -- more than 500 flex-fuel pumps at gas stations around Minnesota.
The Secretary of the South Dakota Department of Social Services, Lynne Valenti appeared before the Government Operations and Audit Committee of the Legislature on Friday.
Now that the Blue Ribbon Task Force on Education has wrapped up the main part of its mission, school districts across the state are waiting on the details.
The sign up period for health insurance policies under the Affordable Care Act is now open.
The Creighton University Mid-America Business Conditions Index for October, a leading economic indicator for a nine-state region stretching from Arkansas to North Dakota, slumped for the month.
The Yankton County Commission wants to set up a committee that can look at road issues, and possibly come up with a solution.
A committee appointed by the governor to examine racial disparities in Iowa's criminal justice system has released a series of recommendations.
Iowa Governor Terry Branstad says the next state budget plan he'll begin drafting soon must be "very frugal."