More motorized vehicles are showing up in South Dakota state parks, and the Game, Fish and Parks Department is attempting to put some rules on those.
The immigration bill passed by the Senate now moves to the House, but South Dakota Congresswoman Kristi Noem says it will not come up for debate.
The US Department of Health and Human Services is handing out hundreds of millions of dollars to community health centers across the country as part of the roll out of the Affordable Care Act.
Iowa Governor Terry Branstad is in the midst of a trip to Europe that began with the signing of a sister-state agreement with Kosovo and will end with meetings with the “decision-makers” of dozens of European companies.
Rayola Dougher is the Senior Economist with the American Petroleum Institute this last hurdle is turning into a political football.
State tax receipts in Nebraska finished the fiscal year strong with a robust June.
The Yankton School Board began their new fiscal year this week, swore in elected members and re-organized.
Congress left Washington for the July fourth break without taking action on subsidized student loan rates, which let them double to six point eight percent. South Dakota
Part of downtown Yankton will be a movie set later this month.
This could be a big year for Asian carp in South Dakota rivers, and that could be bad news for boaters and fishermen.