South Dakota Has Some Harsh Penalties for Student Loan Defaulters
Driver's licenses, hunting and fishing licenses, camping and park permits can all be revoked
South Dakota Board of Regents Approves Tuition & Fee Rates
The 2019-20 tuition fees for South Dakota public universities will take a 3.4 percent jump.
Survey Suggests More Economic Growth for Midwest, Plains
A new report says a March survey of business supply managers is signaling solid economic growth over the next 3 to 6 months for nine Midwest and Plains states.
Hey Baby Boomers: Check Out These Discounts For You!
If you're a Baby Boomer there's some great discounts available for you in 2019.
Consumers Should Soon See Benefit of Fed's Patience on Rates
So much for those worries about rising interest rates.
Farm Loan Delinquencies Highest in 9 Years as Prices Slump
The nation's farmers are struggling to pay back loans after years of low crop prices and export markets hit by President Donald Trump's tariffs.
South Dakota Lawmakers Debate Pair of Sales Tax Cut Bills
South Dakota lawmakers are debating competing measures to address the Legislature's commitment to scale back a 2016 sales tax hike.
Survey: Banks Raising Farm Loan Collateral Requirements
A survey of rural bankers in parts of 10 Plains and Western states shows nearly two-thirds of banks in the region have raised farm loan collateral requirements.
Parents Turning to Digital Money Apps For Kids Allowance
More parents are turning to digital money apps to give their kids allowance - and it's a great tool to help kids learn about financial responsibility.
Young South Dakotans Moving Out of Mom and Dads House Earlier
Nationally, nearly 35% of young people - ages 18 to 34 - still live at mom and dad's house. In South Dakota, it's much lower.
You Can Still Achieve the American Dream in Sioux Falls
What is your "America Dream"? Are you working towards it in Sioux Falls?