SD News

Noem Declares Statewide Day of Prayer

Governor Kristi Noem has declared Sunday, April 7, 2019, a Statewide Day of Prayer for South Dakotans affected by the flooding and disastrous conditions.

Temporary Traffic Signals on Rice Street

The South Dakota Department of Transportation will be putting temporary traffic signals into operation on Rice Street in Sioux Falls beginning Tuesday, April 9.

Davison County Fatal Crash

MITCHELL, S.D. ? One person has died in a one-vehicle crash that occurred two miles east of Mitchell.

Dakota State Advances Plans for Ph.D. Program in Cyber Defense

With action Wednesday to approve it, a new doctoral program in cyber defense at Dakota State University will address growing cyber threats and workforce needs, while providing DSU graduates with a foundation in security issues, practices, politics, risk analysis, and cultures of terrorism, as well as research methodology and practice.

State Library to host Scan Day events

The South Dakota State Library will host Scan Day events in three communities in April. At Scan Day events, digitization staff from the State Library bring scanning and photography equipment to a community and digitize personal photographs, documents and objects, free of charge.

DENR Unveils New Interactive Water Quality Database Map

The Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) launched a new interactive database map providing the public internet access to water quality data for South Dakota?s lakes and streams.

Highway 16 & Neck Yoke Road Lighting Project

The South Dakota Department of Transportation says construction will start to install roadway lighting on Highway 16 at the intersection with Neck Yoke Road, near Reptile Gardens, on Monday April 8, 2019.