Friday, January 3, 201401/03/2014

Election Filing Season Underway

In News

The start of the New Year opens the gates for those interested in running for public office in South Dakota.


Friday, January 3, 201401/03/2014

Hanson To Run For Reelection

In News

Current South Dakota Public Utilities Commission Chairman Gary Hanson says he plans to run for re-election this year.

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Friday, January 3, 201401/03/2014

Pressler Announces Senate Bid

In News

Former South Dakota Senator Larry Pressler made it official last week by announcing he will run as an independent for the seat he held for three terms.

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Friday, January 3, 201401/03/2014

Warmer Weather In Our Future?

In News

Despite the brutally cold conditions expected this weekend into next week, there could be a warming trend later this month.

Friday, January 3, 201401/03/2014

SDSU Women Run Over By Irish

In Sports

Four players scored in double figures for No. 2 Notre Dame (12-0) in a 94-51 win over South Dakota State (9-7) Thursday in women’s basketball.

Friday, January 3, 201401/03/2014

Coyotes Snap Losing Skid

In Sports

The University of South Dakota found a new hero as the Coyotes earned a home victory Thursday.


Friday, January 3, 201401/03/2014

Vikings Face Off Field Issues

In Sports

Former Vikings punter Chris Kluwe says he was released by the team before the season for his outspoken support of gay marriage.


Friday, January 3, 201401/03/2014

Jacks Have Postponement

In Sports

Weather conditions in the Northeast forced South Dakota State and Buffalo to postpone the men’s basketball game scheduled for Jan. 3 in New York.


Friday, January 3, 201401/03/2014

Wild Run Wild

In Sports

Marco Scandella, Jason Pominville and Jason Zucker all scored in the second period as the Wild cruised past the Sabres 4-1 at The X.

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Thursday, January 2, 201401/02/2014

Economy Continues Improvement

In News

For a second straight month, the Mid-America Business Conditions Index is moving up.

Recent Headlines

1 hour ago in Local

Carbon Monoxide Detectors Mandated Under Proposed Iowa Law

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Carbon monoxide alarms would be mandated in some Iowa dwellings under legislation that cleared a legislative panel this week.

10 hours ago in Local

Iowa House Republicans Introduce $7.3 Billion Dollar Budget


Iowa House Republicans are proposing a state budget that will spend just over seven-point-three BILLION dollars next year.

16 hours ago in National

U.S. Supreme Court Justice Scalia dead at 79


Scalia, appointed to the top U.S. court in 1986 by President Ronald Reagan, was known for his strident conservative views and theatrical flair in the courtroom.

17 hours ago in Local

Iowa Universities Request $20 Million Dollars More


The presidents of Iowa's three public universities were at the statehouse, asking legislators to boost state funding for the schools by more than 20 million dollars.

21 hours ago in Local

Opposition Grows to Expanded Gambling in Nebraska


Gambling With the Good Life has come out against three initiative petitions to expand gambling in Nebraska.