For people who spend time outdoors, hypothermia is a very real threat. Symptoms include shivering, confusion and slurred speech. It can take just minutes for these symptoms to appear leading to damage
Fighting back against cancer is no easy task but for some cancer patients, the cost of getting healthy can be an even harder burden to bear. That's where the Yankton community has stepped in. This small
For the second time this year, voters in the Tea area have shot down a bond aimed at absorbing the city's skyrocketing student population. The $10.5 million bond would have paid for an addition to the
Some state leaders hope more people playing the lottery could help the state's budget, not to mention its taxpayers.
Aris Nance owns the non profit, Sheo. which is an acronym. "Someone helps everyone and together we can all help each other." Nance explained. The organization aims to help the homeless right here in
After decades of service to South Dakota, a Sioux Falls highway patrol captain announced plans to retire. Captain Kevin Joffer started his career in Viborg, beginning his police work in July 1979. In April
AP -- A Texas woman and former actress pleaded guilty Tuesday to sending ricin-laced letters to President Barack Obama and New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg, under a deal that her attorney has said would
The U.S. Department of Agriculture is forecasting a 14 percent drop in dry edible bean production in South Dakota for 2013. The South Dakota office of the National Agricultural Statistics Service is