It’s a steady line of residents who are eager to cast their votes now, rather than wait for the election on Tuesday.
Politics & Elections
The City of Sioux Falls Municipal/School Board Election are going to be on Tuesday from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m., at assigned precinct polling places.
Frank Denholm, a longtime attorney who represented South Dakota as a U.S. Representative in the 1970s, has died at the age of 92.
Some property owners in northwest Iowa are seeing sticker shock after receiving a big bill in the mail. Around a dozen residents and business owners in the town of Boyden will be asked to pay thousands of dollars if a new road project is approved in the town of 700.
Each election cycle a commission, appointed by the mayor, is charged with making sure the charter is current with the law. Next week, voters will decide if six of their findings should amend that document.
A bill South Dakota lawmakers passed this year aims to reduce the time it takes laboratories to test rape kits.
Joop Bollen is facing a maximum of ten years in prison and a $20,000 fine if found guilty of each of his five felony accounts.
An attorney for the man who formerly ran South Dakota's investment-for-visa program says the state is trying to make his client a scapegoat for the scandal-ridden program.
A hearing that was aimed to discuss improvement of the Missouri River left one U.S. senator angry this afternoon.Five years after the river flooded, senator mike rounds held a hearing in North Sioux City.But when he found out the US Army Corps of Engineers has yet to conduct a study that was authorized two years ago, the Senator was not pleased.
South Dakota Governor Dennis Daugaard issued a statement in regards to EB-5 and SDRC Inc., related charges against former EB-5 director Joop Bollen.
South Dakota Attorney General Marty Jackley says felony charges have been filed against former SDRC Inc. director Joop Bollen in the state's investigation into its participation in the federal EB-5 investment for visa program.
Attorney General Marty Jackley says the 8th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals has upheld a federal court decision confirming the right of South Dakota's Game, Fish and Parks Department to possess and manage all of the Mickelson Trail.
In just two weeks the Sioux Falls City Council could have a 50 percent turnover.On April 12th, residents will be voting on four open council seats.With these many city council seats up for grabs, there are also a lot of candidates running, 12 of them to be exact.
If the voters approve the measure, Brant Lake will become the first new city on the east side of the Missouri River in 31 years.
Lawmakers in Minnesota have decided to follow other states in the trend to attempt to criminalize "revenge porn".
State lawmakers have voted not to override Gov. Dennis Daugaard's veto measure that would have given tax breaks for putting in buffer strips of vegetation in between farms, fields and waterways.
A U.S. Senator who has more say than most in Congress over the Supreme Court's vacancy heard from Iowa voters today.Just a little under two weeks ago, President Obama nominated Chief Judge Merrick Garland to fill the seat.Typically, the next step is a senate vote on the nomination.However, Chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee Chuck Grassley says that decision should go to the American voters.
For city elections, the South Dakota Primary and the General Election, residents will vote at their assigned precinct.
As chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee, Iowa Sen. Charles Grassley stands at the center of the battle over President Barack Obama's Supreme Court nominee.
Voters in three neighborhoods on the north side of Brant Lake will decide Tuesday whether their community should become a new municipality.
So far, Governor Dennis Daugaard has vetoed six bills and passed dozens of others in both the house and the senate.
At the VFW in Sioux Falls Friday, the majority of the candidates running for the Sioux Falls School Board spoke with voters.