Clean up is underway in Dakota City Nebraska and Sergeant Bluff Iowa after strong storms moved through late Sunday afternoon.
South Dakota Senator John Thune says the US needs strong leadership to confront terror in the mid-east.
South Dakota voters can decide on a higher minimum wage in the November election.
The Government Operations and Audit Committee of the South Dakota Legislature has asked Joop Bolen to appear at it's September 24th meeting.
The Wall Street Journal says South Dakota now is one of the top hydro power producing states in the country.
State Senator Larry Lucas and Democratic Leader Bernie Hunhoff discuss the EB5 program.
State Senator Annette Dubas will serve as new director for NABHO.
An effort to fight veteran homelessness features a stand down in Wagner, SD.
Marci Farmer traveled to the nation's capital to participate in the Siemens STEM Institute.
Becoming an Outdoors Woman is holding another workshop for ladies interested in outdoor activities.
The Yankton Community Library is conducting a survey of internet use.
Victims of flooding and storm damage have another chance to receive help to recover from June's storms.
At a meeting Monday night, Yankton City Commissioners will consider the sale of land north of Stewart Elementary
South Dakota State Climatologist Dennis Todey says warming sea water has slowed, but El Nino isn't impossible.
Corrina Robinson says international terrorism threats should be addressed.
South Dakota Congresswoman Kristi Noem weighs in on a congressional hearing concerning the VA facility in Hot Springs.
Holding down tuition is a top priority for the South Dakota Board of Regents as they prepare a 2015 budget.
The South Dakota Democratic Party is investigating the EB-5 scandal.
Funding education was one of the questions brought up at the Governors forum at Dakotafest this week.
This is move in weekend for college students and parents across the state, as classes begin next week.