Annette Bosworth's medical career may be over after the South Dakota Board of Medical and Osteopathic Examiners revoked her medical license during a hearing in Sioux Falls Thursday afternoon.
Politics & Elections
Former Republican U.S. Senate candidate Annette Bosworth is set to go before a state medical board to determine the fate of her medical license after her May felony conviction for election law violations.
Now hiring, help wanted, apply within signs can be seen all over the city. Employers are desperate for bodies to keep their businesses thriving.
Hillary Rodham Clinton says her use of a private email system at the State Department wasn't the "best choice" and acknowledges in an interview that she didn't "stop and think" about her email set-up when she became President Barack Obama's secretary of state in 2009.
Experts at a U.S. Senate cybersecurity field hearing say a national lack of understanding about cybersecurity and a shortage of security experts are significant challenges to confronting the growing threat from cyberattacks.
Gov. Daugaard Challenges Board To Raise Habitat Conservation Funds; Pledges To Match Fundraising Goal
Gov. Dennis Daugaard issued a challenge last week to the South Dakota Habitat Conservation Board to raise $1 million more in private money for habitat conservation. The Governor pledged to match the donations for the South Dakota Habitat Conservation Fund with $1 million in state funds, if the group can meet the goal.
She might be a bit shaggy, but Lucy Lou wants to run for president - and she comes with political experience.
Mayor Mike Huether has announced new citizen board appointments to the following boards as approved by the Mayor and City Council:
In response to a request by E. Lee Felder, vice president of Human Resources at the University of South Dakota, Gov. Dennis Daugaard has proclaimed Sept. 1, 2015, as Human Resources Professional Day.
"It shouldn't be the mayor's choice it should be the choice of the people who live here,” says Hartford voter, Marie Bond.
Gov. Dennis Daugaard has chosen Spearfish to be South Dakota’s Capital for a Day on Wednesday, Sept. 9.
Attorney General Marty Jackley announced today the appointment of Steve Allender Mayor of Rapid City to the Law Enforcement Officers Standards and Training Commission.
South Dakota's federal lawmakers are still discussing Planned Parenthood and the Iran nuclear deal during their August break, but at county fairs and coffee shops rather than in the halls of Congress.
The Pennington County Commission will support placing a South Dakota site sacred to the Great Sioux Nation into a federal trust.
Gov. Dennis Daugaard is appointing Sioux Falls attorney Jon Sogn to the bench in South Dakota's Second Judicial Circuit.
Jane Rosenberg's courtroom drawing of New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady is everywhere - and now so is she. She's fending off cyberbullies along the way.
Payroll records suggest the hunt for two escaped killers in northern New York cost more than $1 million a day, with overtime costs alone for state troopers and corrections officers $22 million higher than last year.
Dakota Access, LLC brought a lawsuit against several property owners in Lincoln County, South Dakota, in an effort to gain access to their land for survey purposes, prior to approval of its oil pipeline permit application with the South Dakota Public Utilities Commission.
The South Dakota Attorney General is reminding the public that state law prohibits gifts or promises in exchange for signing initiative petitions.
An experienced Republican political operative is pushing a ballot measure to expand the rights of crime victims during court proceedings and enshrine those rights in the state Constitution.
Gov. Bruce Rauner has signed legislation making Illinois one of the first states to establish a comprehensive plan addressing police procedures on body cameras, bias-free policing and other issues.
The U.S. government ran a much larger budget deficit in July than a year ago. But much of the deterioration reflects a calendar quirk that shifted billions of dollars in August benefit payments to July.