Mayor Mike Huether submitted a proposed 2016 budget of $471 million to the City Council today, which would be the largest in the City’s history.
Former U.S. attorney from North Dakota Timothy Purdon is taking on his previous boss.
Gov. Dennis Daugaard will speak at 9 a.m. Friday, July 31, to open the first Gifted Education Summit at the University of South Dakota.
Gov. Dennis Daugaard announced today that Paul Kinsman, the Commissioner of the South Dakota Bureau of Administration, has retired for health reasons.
South Dakota Attorney General Marty Jackley has joined counterparts and other officials in 30 other states in asking the Environmental Protection Agency to delay implementing a new federal water rule.
Proponents of a measure to decriminalize pot in South Dakota are officially kicking off their campaign in Sioux Falls.
The Economic Developer position was created eight years ago by the Hartford Area Development Corporation.
Their goal was have an individual who would help expand Hartford’s economic empire and help advise businesses coming in.
Forty gay couples have applied to be married in South Dakota during the first month following the U.S. Supreme Court decision legalizing such unions across the country.
The owner of Josiah’s Coffeehouse in Downtown Sioux Falls says his business is being targeted by an outside group because he is trying to get legislation passed that would lower interest rates of payday loans.
District Judge Mark Kozisek set the date during a hearing on Monday in O’Neill.
Gov. Dennis Daugaard announced today that Madison has been chosen to be South Dakota’s Capital for a Day on Wednesday, Aug. 19.
The Public Utilities Commission is considering whether to approve for the second time in just over five years construction of the South Dakota portion of the long-delayed Keystone XL oil pipeline.
People from all walks of life came out to Ft. Pierre for different reasons, but to protest the keystone pipeline.
Taminkea Ricu, who rode for days with her tribe to the John C. Waldron Memorial Bridge, wore a small canteen around her neck, filled with water from the Cheyenne River – a river that could see pipes..
As Congress considers a long-awaited transportation funding bill, some governors aren’t waiting to move to fix and build roads, bridges and highways.
An Iowa court says people can drink alcohol in their cars as long as they’re parked on private property.
Armed with military-grade weaponry following shootings in Chattanooga
Armed with military-grade firearm, both men have decided that it’s their responsibility to guard the recruitment center.
Former U.S. Senate Candidate Clayton G. Walker, from Black Hawk, S.D. has changed his plea.
A man who flew a gyrocopter through some of America’s most restricted airspace before landing at the U.S. Capitol has rejected a plea deal that would have required him to spend 10 months in jail.
Huether says this announcement is 'bigger than the events center'
The City of Sioux Falls has agreed to purchase more than ten acres of the rail yard from the BNSF Railway Company for $27,334,500, utilizing funds from the federal highway bill.
South Dakota U.S. Sen. Mike Rounds has created a political action committee often used to raise a politician’s profile and help get likeminded candidates elected.