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One of the most recognized theme park attractions in the world is getting an upgrade.
The city of Le Mars has completed plans to build a large ethanol storage facility in its industrial area.
Nebraska Senator, Deb Fischer sat in on an hour and a half meeting on the Iran nuclear deal.
Avian flu is loosening its grip on Minnesota farms with the control area quarantine lifted in Kandiyohi County.
Governor Terry Branstad wants Iowa to become the first state to offer a tax credit for transforming the "biochemicals" that are a byproduct of ethanol production.
The wrestling legend has been fired over allegations he was caught on tape using racist insults.
More than 1 million vehicles - including the Jeep Grand Cherokee and the Dodge Challenger - have been recalled to update software for radios to prevent hacking.
Dakota Rural Action, along with the Socially Responsible Agriculture project, is cosponsoring a Beyond the Barn event.
Farmers Union members are disappointed with voluntary biotech, GMO labeling legislation.
Scientists have developed a vaccine that has tested 100% effective in protecting chickens.
The South Dakota State Fair Foundation is closer to their goal of raising $ 4.7 million for the new Nordby 4-H Exhibit Hall.
Heat stress conditions for livestock are expected to increase today and into the weekend.
The U2 frontman is partnering with a charity to help provide better eye care to the poor.
The emblem is based on "T," standing for Tokyo, tomorrow, and team.
Social media giants including Twitter and Facebook are pushing back against legislation that would require them to alert federal authorities of any terrorist activity.
There are only seven female troopers that currently work for the South Dakota Highway Patrol.
The "Furious 7" star will play a police officer on the hit FOX show.
The Yankton County Commission this week approved an agreement with Dakota Plains of Parkston that could lead to development of a grain loading and fertilizer facility at the Napa rail junction.