College students, including those at Mount Marty College in Yankton, are experiencing more debt and need more access to funds.
The pollution may come down, but utility rates will rise if a new proposed rule by the EPA is put to use in the nation's power plants.
Although the state ended the fiscal year with a surplus, Senator Bill Van Gerpen says South Dakota's education might not benefit all that much.
Ernie Goss, Ph.D., says the Business Conditions Index for the region was down in July.
The Hartington-Newcastle district is gearing up for classes to begin today.
The Argosy Riverboat Casino is officially closed to make way for a new Hard Rock Casino in Sioux City.
Senator Deb Fischer supports an agreement created between Senate and House negotiators.
South Dakota Highway Patrol officers will be joined by local law enforcement to reduce the number of deaths along Interstate 90.
Governor Dave Heineman has sent a request to the Small Business Administration for assistance to help home and business owners recover.
Deputy Commissioner, Ryan Brunner, says the office was able to return more money to South Dakota's public schools.
Congresswoman Kristi Noem supports a move to sue the President.
The majority of the top selling lottery locations in Iowa are based in the eastern half of the state in particular retail outlets.
A lawsuit in Nebraska will address an issue of too many questions on this year's ballot.
With a new water treatment plant in the works, the City of Yankton will be changing rates to fund the loan needed to make changes.
The new state health care plan has South Dakota state employees worried about their out of pocket costs for certain…
With help from Sioux City Public Schools, Wisner-Pilger Middle School will have furniture for classes this fall.
The increased moisture throughout the midwest this year has improved Iowa's previous drought conditions.
The Tyson plant located in Cherokee, Iowa will close in September, leaving about 450 people without jobs.
An arrest warrant was prepared for Richard Benda.
Unmanned aircraft have been banned within the boundaries of the Missouri National Recreational River on the South Dakota – Nebraska border.