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Years ago most people had phone numbers of family and friends memorized.
Two Iowans who testified at a Senate Ag Committee hearing on bird flu Tuesday say it will still be several months before their facilities are re-stocked and operating again.
In an effort to enhance the fight against poverty, South Dakota Congresswoman has filed a bill that expands the Temporary Assistance to Needy Families program.
During their first meeting, the South Dakota Blue Ribbon Taskforce on Teachers and Students was presented with lots of information and data related to how the current funding formula is structured.
Thirty-nine more South Dakota soldiers will be headed overseas.
Two Iowans who participated in a U-S Senate hearing on the bird flu outbreak were critical of the government’s response.
The top Democrats in the Iowa Senate say they are sending a letter to all 50 senators seeking a special session to override Governor Terry Branstad's veto of one-time funding for the K-12 schools.
Nebraska is reporting its first human case of West Nile Virus this year.
Those for and against the 2nd Amendment are speaking out after last month's massacre at a South Carolina church.
Nearly 80 organizations statewide have received 4.2 million dollars in MNsure grants.
Environmental groups in Minnesota have analyzed Xcel Energy's own data and found the utility can lower its costs and reduce air pollution by retiring two units.
The first meeting of the South Dakota Blue Ribbon Task Force on Teachers and Students was held yesterday in Pierre.
In a partnership between the University of South Dakota School of Health Sciences and Sanford Health, a new program is available to students.
South Dakota’s legislature has accepted another resignation from its District 9 Representative.
Much of Iowa had mostly warm and dry weather last week that benefited crop production.
Iowa Republicans like Governor Terry Branstad are joining with Iowa Democrats to urge presidential candidates to participate in an event sponsored by the Iowa Brown and Black Forum.
The top-ranking Republican in the Iowa legislature disputes Republican Governor Terry Branstad's assertion that lawmakers "absolutely" knew he was likely to veto spending for Iowa's public schools.
Residents throughout the region are hearing a lot about a new drug to help fight obesity.
"Nebraskans for the Death Penalty" continue to collect signatures to put the issue to the vote of the people.
Minnesota advocates continue their push for stronger safety measures on this second anniversary of the Quebec oil train disaster.