The Millers were anxious to return home after carbon monoxide scare
One family in Mitchell is lucky to be alive. The Miller’s home filled with carbon monoxide last week, making them so sick, they were barely able to call 911. Their home is safe now and the family of four has recovered. But returning home, wasn’t as easy as you would think.
Thune: President is "out of excuses" and needs to sign the bill
The Republican-controlled Senate has passed a bipartisan bill approving construction of the Keystone XL oil pipeline.
A Sioux Falls woman who has never ran more than a mile will run the Boston Marathon next month to support an organization that helped her family during a difficult time.
Benson’s Flea Market and Black Events & Advertising Inc are hosting a bake sale fundraiser this weekend for Kathy Steever and her family.
Home improvement can be a big task, and sometimes it’s hard to know where to start. A great place to begin is at a big event this weekend in Sioux Falls.
Gov. Dennis Daugaard says he hasn’t decided whether to veto a measure to exempt South Dakota’s youngest workers from the $8.50 minimum wage voters approved in November.
A House panel has voted down a measure to allow municipalities to temporarily collect up to an additional penny of sales tax for capital expenditures with local voters’ support.
The Millers didn't have a CO detector; they want others to learn from their mistake
You can’t see it or smell it, but carbon monoxide can kill you. One Mitchell family knows the danger all too well after a scary situation last week. The Millers now want to share their story with the hope that others will learn from their mistake.
Gov. Dennis Daugaard wants to review a measure to exempt South Dakota’s youngest workers from the $8.50 minimum wage voters approved in November before deciding whether to sign the bill.
The First Lady of South Dakota says 16 birthing hospitals in the state have pledged to reduce the number early deliveries done for non-medical reasons.
Nearly two weeks ago, landowners concerned about a large egg-laying operation planned near Parker sued its developers and the Turner County Commission. Now, area farmers and citizens are finally getting a chance to get their most pressing questions answered.
Parents of children with autism have successfully broadened a bill that would help ensure insurance coverage for a key type of Autism Spectrum Disorder treatment.
City ends 2014 with $46.1 million in the general fund
The City of Sioux Falls ended 2014 in good financial shape. The city came in under budget on expenditures and over what was budgeted for revenue.
Adoption Process To Start Thursday
Six puppies that were struggling to survive after they were left for dead in the trash will be put up for adoption on this week.
Target Corp. plans $2 billion in cuts over the next two years through corporate restructuring and other improvements.
A nation-wide program that uses running to empower boys is coming to Sioux Falls.
Snow removal crews are busy prepping for the first snowfall of March
As many states are still trying to dig out from feet of snow, other states like South Dakota and Minnesota, are getting ready for a big winter blast.
Fuel tax increases by 10 cents/gallon
Filling up at the pump may not be so easy for residents of Iowa anymore. As of Sunday, the state’s fuel tax has increased by 10 cents a gallon.
South Dakota golf enthusiasts are kicking off the season this weekend at the “7th Annual Great Plains Golf Expo” at the Sioux Falls Convention Center.