A federal administrative law judge has upheld the findings of a U.S. Department of Labor investigation that debarred a Volga dairy farmer and an Aberdeen-based employment agency from a program that allows employers to hire temporary foreign labor for agricultural work.
Politics & Elections
Minnesota's Senate Republicans have decided against moving into a new office building for at least another year.
Gov. Dennis Daugaard announced today that he will appoint Wayne H. Steinhauer of Hartford to the vacant seat in the state House representing District 9.
Gov. Dennis Daugaard met with Sen. Deb Soholt and Rep. Jacqueline Sly today to receive the final report from the Blue Ribbon Task Force on Teachers and Students
A bridge made with a new ultra-high performance concrete from Korea has been christened in Buchanan County.
It's been months since the South Dakota Supreme Court ruled that Turner County Commissioners "improperly adopted zoning regulations" that favored an egg-laying operation with 6 million chickens.
Attorney General Marty Jackley confirms that he has met with Flandreau Chairman Anthony Reider, Tribal Council members and leaders, regarding the marijuana operations of the Santee Sioux Tribe.
Backers of eight ballot measures ranging from allowing medical marijuana to instituting nonpartisan elections in South Dakota have submitted petitions to put the plans before voters in 2016.
Senator John Thune said in a statement that the Obama Administration has spent "seven years delaying a common-sense project" and the rejection eliminates “three to four thousand shovel ready jobs” in South Dakota.
Representative Kristi Noem today expressed deep disappointment with President Obama’s decision to deny approval of the Keystone XL Pipeline.
South Dakota's review of the portion of the Keystone XL pipeline that would run through the state will continue despite the Obama administration's rejection of a Canadian energy firm's application to construct the project.
Gov. Dennis Daugaard responded to President Obama’s rejection of the Keystone XL Pipeline, today.
South Dakota U.S. Senators Mike Rounds and John Thune respond to President Obama’s decision to reject the Keystone XL pipeline.
The Obama administration has rejected Canadian energy giant TransCanada's application to build the Keystone XL pipeline.
A Republican lawmaker says South Dakota's top education official should resign over the state's oversight of a federal grant program wrapped up in an investigation into a murder-suicide.
Republican Marco Rubio's campaign says U.S. Rep. Kristi Noem has endorsed the Florida U.S. senator's presidential bid.
Two members of South Dakota's congressional delegation are questioning the location of a proposed counseling center in the wake of a string of suicides affecting Indian communities around the state.
The group spearheading an effort to change state law and cap interest rates for payday lenders and car title companies at 36% submitted petitions Thursday to the Secretary of State's Office.
Mayor Mike Huether is calling it "a slam dunk for the city." A $27.3 million investment, right in the heart of Sioux Falls.
TransCanada, the company behind the controversial Keystone XL pipeline from Canada to the U.S Gulf Coast, has asked the U.S. State Department to pause its review of the project. The move comes as the Obama administration increasingly appears likely to reject the pipeline permit application before leaving office in January 2017.
South Dakota Attorney General Marty Jackley says a former Secretary of State employee has been charged with one count of theft after an original, handmade South Dakota flag dating back to Deadwood's Old West days disappeared from that office.
As for the PAD accounts that showed over $40,000 unaccounted for, Gant told the committee he should have handled it more directly.