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The Yankton City Commission approved one of the first major contracts for the water supply upgrade.
A decline in turkey prices helped hold down the cost of preparing Thanksgiving dinner.
South Dakota Farmers Union members approved two special orders of business at their just concluded state convention. President Doug Sombke…
A group of more than 1,000 Iowa landowners are opposing the Rock Island Clean Line Wind energy project that wants…
Here is a look at some of the big sports stories making headlines today, Tuesday, Nov. 25.
Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railway officials have announced their Capital Plan for next year that involves spending $ 6 billion…
Buffalo overcame the loss of home ground advantage and a lack of practice to trounce the Jets 38-3.
Pat Quinn, a longtime NHL coach who twice reached the Stanley Cup finals, has died at the age of 71.
The embattled comedian's standup show has been canceled, the latest of several cancellations following sexual assault allegations.
A timeline of events since the fatal shooting of Michael Brown all the way up to the grand jury decision.
The delay by EPA in getting out the 2014 RFS volume obligations until next year isn’t setting well with one…
Tim Allen faces off against Jimmy Fallon in a ridiculous Thanksgiving-themed challenge.
The GMO labeling fight in Oregon isn’t over yet as the ballot issue appears headed for a recount. Voters earlier…
The musicians top a list of 30 uninspiring stars who "took up vast clouds of oxygen" and "gave us back nothing of use."
Peter Jackson will be honored with the 2,538th star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
More National Guard troops are heading to Missouri in an effort to quell riots.
Sweeping new rules will require calorie counts on menus and establish a national standard for nutrition information.
The actress won a court order banning ex-boyfriend Gabriel Aubry from straightening their daughter's naturally-curly hair.
Kansas City Chiefs safety Eric Berry has a mass on the right side of his chest that team officials said could be lymphoma.
President Barack Obama presented the highest U.S. civilian honor to 18 people including actress Meryl Streep and singer-songwriter Stevie Wonder.