In response to recent terrorist attacks, Donald Trump is calling for a complete shutdown of Muslims entering the United States. While the attacks brought a dramatic response by Trump, one Sioux Falls woman hopes it will bring the community together.
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State regulators are weighing whether to grant a construction permit for a pipeline that will cross through South Dakota as it carries North Dakota oil to Illinois.
A 22-year-old Connecticut man accused of scaling the White House fence while President Barack Obama celebrated Thanksgiving with his family has been ordered to undergo a psychiatric evaluation.
NBC has agreed to give four Republican candidates free time on affiliates in Iowa, New Hampshire and South Carolina after they complained Donald Trump benefited from appearing as "Saturday Night Live" host earlier this month.
South Dakota Gov. Dennis Daugaard has joined several of his counterparts in expressing concerns about federal policies on Syrian refugees.
Gov. Dennis Daugaard announced today he has appointed Jeff Holden as Commissioner of the South Dakota Bureau of Administration.
The House has rebuked President Barack Obama by ignoring his veto threat and approving a Republican bill erecting fresh barriers for Syrian and Iraqi refugees trying to enter the United States.
By a vote of 4 to 3, the Hartford City Council voted not to hold a special mayoral election after enough signatures were gathered to recall Mayor Bill Campbell.
South Dakota's Congressional delegation is speaking out against plans for Syrian refugees potentially coming to America.
President Barack Obama is vowing to veto a bill from House Republicans that would increase screening for Syrian and Iraqi refugees before they enter the United States.
Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal says he is dropping out of 2016 race for president, ending a campaign that failed to gain much support among Republicans.
The felony case against former Texas Gov. Rick Perry is now in the hands of the state's highest criminal court.
Some South Dakota democrats are speaking out on the final report from the Blue Ribbon Task Force.
South Dakota Gov. Dennis Daugaard may propose a Medicaid expansion during his December budget address that would make an estimated 55,000 state residents eligible for the public health program.
A Republican state representative doesn't want Syrian refugees in South Dakota in the wake of the terrorist attacks that occurred last week.
Gov. Dennis Daugaard has ordered flags lowered to half-staff at the State Capitol on Nov. 17 in honor of Chief Vernon Ashley, a former chairman of the Crow Creek Sioux Tribe. Ashley, 99, passed away on Nov. 10.
Former South Dakota state Rep. Louise Van Gerpen has died.
Texas Sen. Ted Cruz has picked up a key Iowa endorsement from Congressman Steve King, a strong conservative voice in the leadoff caucus state.
A Michigan-based conservative Christian advocacy group has filed another lawsuit over states' membership in an organization supporting federally backed Common Core education standards.
South Dakota's congressional delegation is asking the Department of Veterans Affairs to extend the comment period on a study that looks at the impact that closing a Hot Springs hospital would have on veterans.
It took only nine days for residents in Hartford to submit 314 signatures in a petition to recall their Mayor, Bill Campbell.
Gov. Dennis Daugaard says the state Department of Education appropriately handled the termination of a federal college-readiness grant under scrutiny after a murder-suicide involving two employees of the educational cooperative that administered it.