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Kendrick Lamar scores his first TransAtlantic double chart-topper with To Pimp a Butterfly.
Jana Kramer steps up to defend Michigan after Madonna slammed their home state in interviews.
Miley Cyrus is nursing a swollen mouth after having five teeth removed on Wednesday.
The co-pilot of the airliner that crashed in the French Alps, killing all 150 people aboard, appears to have brought the plane down deliberately.
All 150 people on board the jet - including three Americans - were killed Tuesday when it crashed in the French Alps.
South Dakota Senator John Thune, chairman of the Senate Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation, praised the committee’s bipartisan passage of his Surface Transportation Board (STB) reform bill.
Are Trai Byers and Grace Gealey more than just coworkers?
The in-demand actor is in talks to join the star-studded cast of the sci-fi franchise.
You know how some people insist they can drive safely — even while they fiddle with their smartphones or other electronic devices? They can't.
Bank officials say actor Bronson Pinchot hasn't been heard from in over a year.
There will be few new bartenders in downtown Yankton this evening.
Mount Marty alumni will be getting a phone call today from students and other college officials reaching out for scholarship donations.
A website entrepreneur and former journalist says young people have the drive and energy to be successful, just not in the mold of their parents and grandparents.
You've heard of baseball pitchers who have trouble finding the plate. How about a pitcher who can't even find the ballpark?
School districts across South Dakota are working to figure out their budget needs for the next school year.
USDA has released their proposed rule to limit farm payments made to non farmers.
The International Agency for Research on Cancer recently re-classified glyphosate as a carcinogen.
The Culture Club singer has signed on to mentor "Idol" hopefuls.
Record dairy markets and a focus on the food service sector combined to push sales for the Associated Milk Producer Incorporated Cooperative in 2014.
The Lincoln County South Dakota Commission has decided to give a wind company another chance to apply for a permit for their weather towers.