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18 hrs ago | KOTA-TV Rapid City
The room was overflowing with voters who wanted to know a little more about the candidate who is hoping to replace outgoing senator Tim Johnson.
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21 hrs ago | KELO-TV Sioux Falls
A $1 million grant from a charitable trust will be used to build a new visitors center and theater at a state park in southwest South Dakota.
Friday | Market Wire
Mineral Mountain Resources Ltd. Further to the Company's news release of January 21, 2014, and February 27, 2014 the Company announces that it has closed its securities exchange with Global Resources Investment Trust plc .
Friday | KOTA-TV Rapid City
Linda Dianne Herren, 53, was driving a 2000 Ford F-250 pickup westbound on the Vale cut-off road.
Friday | Examiner.com
The South Dakota Human and Health Services committee is currently reviewing a bill which would introduce medical conditions as a defense for the use of Marijuana.
Friday | Argus Leader
South Dakota's governor is supporting legislation that would prevent Iowa authorities from collecting fines from South Dakotans ticketed in automated speed zones.
Accidents and near-misses were occurring because of a blind spot near the junction of S.D. Highway 46 and a Bureau of Indian Affairs road leading to Marty, Hare said.
Rick Weiland knew that running for U.S. Senate in South Dakota without the national Democratic Party's help would require drastic measures.
Imagine sitting in your living room, just cracking a drink open and WHAM! A tractor-trailer wheel set tears through the wall and lands next to you.
It looks as if a head-on crash was avoided in the South Dakota Legislature Thursday morning.
What is your favorite kind of cracker? What do you like to have on your cracker? Who's your favorite astronaut? Do you ever eat frozen food ? Examples? Today President McCain invaded the Ukraine, getting into a land war in Asia, before then going against a Sicilian with death on the line.
South Dakota lawmakers defended an economic development program they created last year from perceived encroachment by Gov. Dennis Daugaard on Wednesday.
The South Dakota Senate has brought back and passed a measure regulating red-light traffic cameras after it was killed in committee.
You probably figure it can never happen to you--you won't fall victim to some Internet phishing scam or get your identity stolen online, right? The fact is, according to a new survey 75 percent of South Dakotans are at risk for getting scammed on the Internet.
The thirteen members of the South Dakota Pheasant Habitat Work Group gathered for their initial meeting last Friday in Pierre.
The director of the Yankton Convention and Visitors Bureau says the loss of the Colonial Inn Motel to fire will impact the city's accommodations for visitors.
Plows and sanders weren't needed to clear the .4 inches of snow that Sioux Falls received Tuesday night, but other South Dakota areas weren't so lucky.