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South Dakota’s highways have seen an alarming number of fatal crashes this month.
Since its start in 2013, the Critical Teaching Needs Scholarship has been awarded to about 50 South Dakota college students.
The Blue Ribbon Task Force on Education in South Dakota is now into the fact checking phase of the process.
The South Dakota Elder Abuse Task Force held their first meeting yesterday (Monday) in Sioux Falls.
A recent report from the Centers for Disease Control says the risk of Lyme disease is growing nationwide.
The Iowa Racing and Gaming Commission recently heard from a company which offers advanced wagering on horse races combined with games that can be played on your phone.
The Rules Review Committee of the South Dakota Legislature met today in Pierre, to go over more proposed and updated rules from state agencies.
South Dakota Attorney General Marty Jackley says the Division of Criminal Investigation is looking into an officer involved shooting in Salem Saturday night.
Weather experts say the effects of a growing El Nino are becoming apparent, and will continue into next year.
The 75th Anniversary version of the Sturgis Rally could attract really big crowds, and that has state officials working rapidly to prepare.
A report by the South Dakota Housing for the Homeless Consortium found there were one thousand thirty six homeless individuals in the state this year.
Several citizens backing a truck bypass for Yankton appeared before South Dakota Department of Transportation officials last week at the STIP hearing in Sioux Falls.
The Ag Land Assessment Oversight Advisory Task Force of the South Dakota legislature is meeting today in Pierre.
Minnesota's unemployment rate inched up one-tenth-of-a-point in June to three-point-nine percent.
A report released by the American Wind Energy Association predicts Iowa could produce 40-percent of its energy needs from wind power within five years.
Iowa Racing and Gaming administrator, Brian Ohorilko, says Iowa's state-licensed casinos saw a bit of a turnaround in revenue in the fiscal year that ended on June 30th.
A longtime fraternity on the Lincoln campus of the University of Nebraska has been suspended.
An inmate from the Yankton Minimum Security Unit has been found.
A Niobrara woman died after falling into the Missouri River.
One man died in a single vehicle roll over in McCook County.