Rand Paul is dropping out of the 2016 race for president.
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Gov. Mark Dayton says he's dropping his push for a special legislative session.
Governor Mark Dayton is brushing off worries over his health, saying his brief hospital stay this week should be not cause for broader concern.
A legislative committee has approved a bill that would open the door to the cultivation of industrial hemp in South Dakota.
Ted Cruz, a hard-driving conservative, defeated national front-runner Donald Trump in a fierce struggle for supremacy in the Iowa Republican caucuses Monday.
KDLT's Anndrea Anderson fights through crowded lines to give us a look behind the politics of the Iowa Caucus.
January was a record month for South Dakotans wanting a concealed carry permit.The month set a new record with more than 3,800 permits issued, making the South Dakota Secretary of State's Office busy, and Minnehaha County is no different.
Minnesota Gov. Mark Dayton has been released from the hospital after fainting at a weekend event.
A judge has overturned a decision by the Department of Veterans Affairs to demote a senior official accused of manipulating the agency's hiring system for her own gain.
North Dakota Gov. Jack Dalrymple has ordered deep cuts to state government and a massive raid on state savings to make up for a more than $1 billion budget shortfall due to a drop in oil drilling and depressed crude prices.
A goal to amend a state law dating back to 1939. One that would keep the myth of the road alive for generations to come.
Three bills making their way through the South Dakota Legislature are causing an uproar in the state’s LGBT community. Two of these bills specifically target students.
David Wiltse, Associate Professor of Political Science at SDSU, said the Trump campaign continues to deft everything they know about primary season.
Donald Trump will be joined by two of his rivals at the event he's throwing in place of attending Thursday's GOP debate.
Some Iowa fast food workers have walked off the job in Des Moines to demand $15-an-hour wages, and they are planning other protests that include a demonstration outside the venue of a Republican presidential debate.
Secretary of State Shantel Krebs says a challenge has been submitted on the initiated measure To Set A Maximum Finance Charge for Certain Licensed Money Lenders.
A measure that would require adult South Dakota welfare applicants under 65 to pass drug tests before receiving food stamps or cash assistance has failed in committee.
A bill that would require students to use bathrooms and locker rooms that correspond to their biological sex is headed to the state Senate.
A legislative committee has approved a measure that would protect underage drinkers from facing some criminal penalties during medical emergencies.
A man has been arrested on charges that he threw tomatoes at Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump during a campaign stop at the University of Iowa.
An northwest Iowa church is opening its doors each night this week so people can gather and pray for the upcoming caucuses and the nation.
The state's top leaders listened to the governor reiterate the importance of competitive teacher pay, but how the revenue is generated has created a division.