After some errors by the state revenue department, the sales taxes for Yankton are looking much better.
A student opened fire at his Washington state high school on Friday, killing one person, and wounding at least four others.
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The first rounds of the South Dakota High School Football Playoffs are set. Here is a link to the SDHSAA…
The hit reality TV show is off the air after allegations family matriarch Mama June is dating a convicted sex offender.
The "Dark Knight" star will portray the late Apple Computer co-founder.
More than 200,000 rear-facing car seats are being recalled.
A Missouri man will bid farewell to his father by having his cremated remains mixed with fireworks and launched into the sky.
The comic gets in some good digs at the "Fury" star in this hilariously awkward interview that's crashed by Louis C.K.
Here is a look at the big sports stories making headlines today, Friday, Oct. 24.
Giants right-hander Tim Lincecum was sent for an MRI of his back to determine whether he can remain on the active roster.
"Breaking Bad" star Aaron Paul has blasted bosses at Toys 'R' Us, and started his own petition to get the action figures back on store shelves.
The current lease for the operation of the marina at the Lewis and Clark State Recreation Area is set to expire at the end of this year, and the South Dakota Department of Game, Fish and Parks is looking for someone interested in taking over.
Iraqi forces are months away from being able to start a sustained ground offensive against the Islamic State.
Before adjourning earlier this month, Congress passed another short term transportation bill. That bill continues the bulk of funding for highway construction projects across the country, but only until next spring.
U.S. Sen. Patrick Leahy pressed Internet providers to not strike deals that may help some websites load faster than others.
The two candidates for the District 40 Senate seat in the Nebraska Unicameral debated this week in Hartington.
The irresistible talents of the Royals' outfielders may be tested by the inscrutable elements of San Francisco's quirky right field.