Lower Brule Sioux Tribe Chairman Michael Jandreau is pushing back against allegations from a nonprofit group that leaders on the reservation misdirected millions of dollars in federal funding.
Adds Clarity And Builds Relationships Between Restaurants And Vendors
Sioux Falls doesn’t have a lot of food trucks, but the city of Sioux Falls is proposing new standards for the current mobile food vendors. They say it will make it easier for them to operate within the city.
A state Senate committee has approved a measure advocates say will help lessen the danger of passing vehicles to cyclists.
Pediatricians recommend moderation & awareness
It’s easy to pass off your cell phone to a child if they’re bored or misbehaving, and some parents are even buying their child a device of their own.
The state House has shot down a proposal that would have allowed unilateral no-fault divorce in South Dakota.
A proposal that would have required parental consent for minors to use indoor tanning beds at salons has died in the state Legislature.
A state House committee has approved a proposal to exempt youth from the minimum wage hike to $8.50 per hour that voters approved in November.
Officials in Woodbury County say employees logged into work long after their shifts began thousands of times in 2014.
Laura's last day on the morning show was filled with surprises
KDLT says goodbye to Laura Monteverdi, the morning co-anchor on KDLT News Today.A special guest from KDLT past even came by to say farewell.
State House lawmakers facing a legislative deadline have bought about two more weeks to consider funding for roads and bridges.
It was two weeks ago that we first told you about strangers coming together to rescue five dogs. The dogs were set to be euthanized at an animal shelter in Georgia, until five people hundreds of miles away stepped up to help save them. Last week, they got to meet the dogs for the first time.
The Mitchell School District might shelve plans to begin construction within a few months on a fine arts center after bids came in well over budget.
Ticket holder matched four of five white ball numbers and the Powerball
A $10,000 Powerball ticket was sold in Brandon for Saturday’s drawing.
Board members of the South Dakota Corn Growers Association have re-elected all three officers to serve for another year. Keith Alverson, of Chester, will continue as president; Troy Knecht, of Houghton, will stay on as vice president; and Doug Noem, of Bryant, will again be secretary/treasurer. The association is one of the largest commodity groups in the state. It promotes corn, represents corn producers on public policy issues and serves as a legislative voice.
A Chicago-based company has bought the Wharf gold mine in western South Dakota.
Yankton officials say they’re getting $400,000 in grant funding from the state to boost the city’s trail system.
Memorial Day reservations for campsites and cabins at South Dakota state parks can be made starting Saturday.
Effort To Push Anti-Abortion Bill Through Legislature
A state representative is getting national attention after comparing Planned Parenthood to the terrorist group ISIS. It’s part of his attempt to pass a bill that would ban a certain kind of abortion in South Dakota.
The former office manager of the Fort Pierre Development Corporation has agreed to plead guilty to stealing money from her former employer.