State prison inmate Gregory Harrison has been placed on escape status.
Governor Kristi Noem today ordered flags at the South Dakota State Capitol to be flown at half-staff from 8am until sunset on Friday, February 8, 2019, to honor the life of former state legislator Carol Fitzgerald of Rapid City.
Governor Kristi Noem today announced the selection of Christina Klinger to serve as judge for the Sixth Judicial Circuit.
Gov. Noem today vetoed Senate Bill 14 and sent the following message to the South Dakota Senate:
February is National Career and Technical Education Month. As part of the celebration, 43 student leaders came to Pierre Feb. 5-6, for the South Dakota Career and Technical Student Organizations? Legislative Shadow Day.
The South Dakota State Historical Society board of trustees recently approved 13 applications in five counties for the eight-year state historic preservation property tax moratorium for restoration and rehabilitation made to historic buildings.
The popular Family Fun Saturday programs are back at the Cultural Heritage for 2019 with many new activities and topics.
The South Dakota Department of Labor and Regulation cautions consumers about unlicensed money lenders, both online and in-person.
Governor Kristi Noem today issued the following statement after President Trump?s State of the Union address.
Governor Kristi Noem today approved legislation to expand South Dakota renewable energy production.
More than 230 years ago, the Founding Fathers of our country penned the Constitution that has since laid the framework of centuries of policies. Many things have changed since then, but our core American values have not.
Historic preservation projects in Deadwood, Lead, Sioux Falls and Watertown have received matching grants from the South Dakota State Historical Society.
PIERRE, S.D. ? A total of 17 sobriety checkpoints are planned for 14 South Dakota counties during the month of February.
Governor Kristi Noem today signed her first bill into law. SB47, which Noem signed today, will further protect the Second Amendment rights of South Dakotans by allowing constitutional carry.
Aaron ?Marty? Martinson was not a billionaire, but that?s what author V.J. Smith called Marty in his best-selling book, ?The Richest Man in Town.? Smith will tell about the life lessons Marty taught him and the journey of writing a best-selling book at 7 p.m. CST on Monday, Feb. 11, at the Cultural Heritage Center in Pierre.
The South Dakota Historical Society Foundation board of directors has named new officers and welcomed new board members for 2019.
In an effort to fend off hunger, the South Dakota Department of Education?s office of Child and Adult Nutrition Services is seeking sponsors for a federally-funded program that provides nutritious meals and snacks to children in low-income areas during the summer months.
The South Dakota Community of Practice for Supporting Families (CoP) is hosting a pair of free training sessions in February for professionals and family members who want to assure that individuals with disabilities, special healthcare needs and/or who are aging sustain a good quality of life.
The South Dakota State Fair and C&B Operations are proud to welcome Brothers Osborne to the SD State Fair grandstand on Sunday, Sept. 1, 2019.
The VA?s Appeals Modernization Act will go live February 19, 2019. What does that mean for our veterans and their appeals?