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FEMA Housing Lands On Pine Ridge Following Disaster

The Federal Emergency Management Agency is placing new mobile homes on Pine Ridge following spring storms and...

Daugaard Proposes Medicaid Expansion In $4.8-Billion Budget

Governor Dennis Daugaard is proposing a total state budget of about $4.8-billion for fiscal year 2017. You can...

Dakota Midday: Attorney General Marty Jackley Discusses 24/7

South Dakota Attorney General Marty Jackley recently returned from the National Association of Attorneys General...

Dakota Midday: GF&P Secretary Kelly Hepler

While broadcasting live from the state capitol building in Pierre, Cara Hetland visited with Kelly Hepler, Secretary...

Dakota Midday: Wink And Sutton Look Forward To Budget Address

South Dakota Speaker of the House Dean Wink and Democratic Senator Billie Sutton visited with guest host Cara Hetland ahead of Governor Dennis Daugaard's annual...

Hawks To Introduce Resolution On College Debt

One South Dakota lawmaker says she’s crafting a resolution about debt-free college. Democratic State Representative Paula Hawks says she wants to start a conversation...

Dakota Midday: Images Of The Past Potato Creek Johnny

Potato Creek Johnny is featured in this week's Images of the Past. Jessica Michak, Archivist with the HomestakeAdams...

Dakota Midday: Health Insurance Change Has Financial Consequences

Certain people who buy health insurance on the federal exchange could find themselves paying significantly more money in January if they don’t change their plans soon....

Dakota Midday: Budget And Policy Council Anticipates Budget Address

Joy Smolnisky, Executive Director, South Dakota Budget and Policy Institute discusses Medicaid expansion, Indian Health Services, education funding, and state revenue...

SD Scientists Welcome Renewable Research Boost

World leaders are meeting in Paris to hash out a new agreement on the best way to deal with climate change. As part...

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What Trump's Increasing Isolation Could Mean For His Presidency

Trump has completed a full purge of top White House aides instrumental in his election. Their ouster could be a big...

Total Eclipse Of The Stomach: A Stellar Menu Of Gastronomic Delights

What can you do when the Earth plunges into total darkness on Aug. 21? Eat, of course! And there are many space...

How To Buy A Goat When You're Really Poor? Join A 'Merry-Go-Round'

Skeptics say if you hand cash to the impoverished, they'll mismanage it. But it turns out, many poor people are...

Paul Miller Loved Teaching Math So Much That He Did It For Nearly 80 Years

Paul Miller was once recognized as the oldest active accredited classroom teacher in the U.S. He reflects on his...

Tracing The Dark Origins Of Charlottesville's KKK

In the comments of residents processing what happened in Charlottesville, a common refrain emerged: "This is not us."...

6 Police Officers Shot In Separate Incidents In Florida, Pennsylvania

On the same night in Florida, two police officers were shot in Kissimmee, near Orlando, and two were shot in...