Trump Declares National Emergency to Get $8 Billion for Wall
Defiant in the face of a stinging budget defeat, President Donald Trump declared a national emergency Friday to get more federal dollars for his long-promised wall.
Security Measures Upped at Sioux Falls City Hall
Sioux Falls City Hall is now better prepared in the event something threatening should happen.
Highest Selling Beef Bull in North Dakota,$1.51 Million
A record highest-selling beef bull of all time was sold earlier this month in North Dakota.
South Dakota Lawmakers Seek to Reduce Absentee Voting Window
South Dakota lawmakers are advancing a bill that would cut the amount of time available for early voting.
Arkansas Lawmakers Send Governor 'Triggered' Abortion Ban
Arkansas lawmakers sent Gov. Asa Hutchinson legislation Thursday that would ban abortions in the state.
State House Approves High School Civics Test Requirement
A measure that would require South Dakota high school students to pass a civics test to graduate is headed to the Senate.
Noem Revives Request that Lawmakers Hold Off on Hemp Bill
South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem is restating her "very real concerns" with efforts to legalize industrial hemp this year.
What the Climate of Sioux Falls Could Look Like in 2080
If weather patterns remain the same, what will the climate of Sioux Falls be like in 60 years - or 2080? One company mapped it out.
South Dakota Has One of the Highest Divorce Rates in America
Mount Rushmore State is in top ten for broken marriages
Don’t Wreck November Hunting Plans on Valentine’s Day
Valentine's Day will be a regular day for some people but it will a romantic evening for others. If you're the latter and you are a big game hunter you may want to do some planning.
Senate Panel Advances Bill to Allow Guns in Capitol
South Dakota Republican leaders are optimistic about a bill that would allow people to bring guns into the state Capitol.
Minnesota Town Sending Nuisance Turkeys to Eastern South Dakota
Wild turkeys being relocated to eastern South Dakota!
Ex-FBI Official was Concerned Russia Probes Could 'Vanish'
Former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe said Thursday that he worried that investigations into President Donald Trump's ties to Russia would be shut down.