An international organization aimed to help empower women in the workplace held a conference today in Larchwood, Iowa.
Wells Fargo's embattled CEO John Stumpf has resigned, effective immediately, as the nation's second-largest bank is roiled by a scandal over its sales practices.
The Empire Mall in Sioux Falls says they will not be following a recent move made by the country's largest shopping mall.
A popular tourist destination in Deadwood is planning a $35 million condominium-hotel expansion, but some residents oppose the project.
Lloyd Companies has announced PetSmart will be joining Dawley Farm Village in 2017. The store will break ground soon north of Burlington.
Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Carson Wentz has signed an endorsement contract with Sanford Health.
A Sioux Falls bowling alley has a brand new look that will take people back in time. Suburban Lanes is back open for bowling after undergoing a major remodel over the summer.
A big box store in Sioux Falls will close before the end of the year. The Kmart on East 10th Street confirms it's going out of business.
Sometimes in life, you have to change gears… alter your course.That was the case for one Howard man who turned his passion into a small business. Now he's hoping to capitalize on a big opportunity.
Minnesota's unemployment rate is ticking up as the state sheds jobs. The state lost 1,500 jobs in August, according to data released Thursday by the Department of Employment and Economic Development.
A legendary college football coach and former ESPN analyst is coming to Watertown to speak at an event at the end of September.
Last week, the FAA warned Galaxy Note7 owners to avoid using or charging the device while on an airplane due to explosion concerns.
The state Department of Revenue says vendor sales this year totaled just under $15 million, down from about $33 million during the 2015 rally. This year's sales also were down from $19 million in 2014.
A Canton business is forced to close its doors after a wall collapsed.
A wall of a Canton antique store has collapsed.
While USD and SDSU have had a major rivalry for years, they have come together to create Jack & Charlie's, a spirit wear shop in Sioux Falls.
Construction on a four-state oil pipeline at a site in southern North Dakota near a Native American reservation has not yet resumed.
You can't go far without noticing the Sanford name on something in Sioux Falls. That's largely thanks to Denny Sanford – a major philanthropist in the Sioux Empire. Soon, his name is going up on yet another facility.
Business at the new Willa B's in Yankton couldn't be better. Sure, people love the fresh, eastern flavored coffees, unique rotating menu and South Dakota artwork – it keeps the regulars coming back.
There is a new business in Watertown that is breaking the mold. It is called Harry's Haircuts and Hot Towels. It is the brainchild of a 29-year-old realtor who says his life will never be the same.
A group of teenage girls are tackling a task that most teenagers don't try to pursue, a party planning business.
Fort Pierre officials are reworking an ordinance aimed at limiting agricultural operations in the city, after some rural residents complained the regulations would also affect them.