South Dakota Legislators Want a Pay Raise
Some state lawmakers in South Dakota think it's about time for a pay raise.
US Sage Grouse Policy Heading Back to Square One
Scientists and land managers who've been crafting strategies to protect a ground-dwelling bird across the American West are going back to the drawing board.
More Businesses May Come to South Dakota after Housing Boom
Officials of a southeast South Dakota city hope that a housing boom in a portion of the city will soon be followed by an increase in businesses.
Sioux Falls Schools See Increase in Students, Diversity
South Dakota's largest school district is seeing an increase in students and record diversity.
South Dakota Corn, Soybean, Sorghum Crops Forecast Down
Production of corn, soybeans and grain sorghum in South Dakota is expected to be down this year.
Unfinished Mansion an Eyesore for South Dakota Neighborhood
A southeast South Dakota neighborhood is marred by an unfinished and neglected mansion.
South Dakota Ballot Measure Campaigns Reaching Key Deadline
South Dakota ballot question groups hoping to put a slew of initiatives before voters next year are hitting a crucial campaign deadline.
Semitrailer-Pickup Crash Kills 1, Seriously Injures 1
A two-vehicle crash in Beadle County late last week killed one person and seriously injured another.
Authorities ID Whitewood Man Killed in Pickup Rollover
Authorities have identified a Whitewood man who died after a one-vehicle crash in Lawrence County.
36 Attorneys General Support South Dakota in Sales Tax Case
Thirty-six attorneys general have signed onto a legal brief in support of South Dakota's bid to collect sales taxes from out-of-state internet retailers.