DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) — A bill that sought to punish Stanford University for its band's Rose Bowl halftime show mocking Iowa has been all but buried in the Iowa Senate.
PIERRE, S.D. (AP) — Some South Dakota lawmakers are attempting to overcome perceptions about hemp's family ties to marijuana to explore the economic potential of the crop with a bill patterned after North Dakota's industrial hemp law.
BOONVILLE, Mo. (AP) — A mid-Missouri ranch that serves as a breeding facility for Budweiser Clydesdale horses has welcomed its first foal of the year.
MILWAUKEE (AP) — Police have recovered about $70,000 worth of cheese stolen from a Germantown trucking company.
REMER, Minn. (AP) — People are roaming northern Minnesota forests in search of chaga, a black and crusty fungus that has become an alternative health sensation.
The Delta Airline counter at Ronald Reagan National Airport in Arlington, Va., on Sunday was nothing like the bustling scene it normally presents.
In a photo taken Jan. 14, 2016, Sierra Hauch, 16, a sophomore at iCademy Global, pours hot water over coffee grounds at Re:fuel, a new student-run and operated coffee shop at the school building in Zeeland, Mich. Re:Fuel, a student-designed and operated coffee shop at a Zeeland charter schoo…
HOLLAND, Mich. (AP) — Re:Fuel, a student-designed and operated coffee shop at a Zeeland charter school, is now open for business.
KALISPELL, Mont. — Lower Valley Processing Co. sits in a sea of farmland south of Kalispell, nestled in an island of trees, its 40 acres bordered on the south by Lower Valley Road and to the north by the calm, easy waters of Church Slough, fed by the Flathead River.
FORT MORGAN, Colo. — About 150 mostly Somali workers who were fired from a Colorado meatpacking plant in a workplace prayer dispute can soon apply to be rehired.
LEWISTON, Idaho — A large-scale timber sale and rehabilitation project recently approved by the Nez Perce-Clearwater National Forest still faces opposition from the Nez Perce tribe over environmental concerns.
KADOKA, S.D. (AP) — Nearly a century after federal agents searched for secret stills operated by moonshiners in the Badlands of western South Dakota, the state is helping a new — and now-legal — distillery open in the area.
WASHINGTON — It’s now harder to find out where your beef or pork was born, raised and slaughtered.
BURNS, Ore. — Biologists hope commercial fishing will end a carp invasion at Malheur Wildlife Refuge, years after the bottom-feeding fish completed a takeover of Malheur Lake.
PHOENIX — Donations to metropolitan Phoenix food banks will likely bear a lot less fruit this year because of a disease that has devastate citrus industries in other states.