Sioux Falls Police dispersed hundreds of people and made arrests during a protest of the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision to overturn Roe v. Wade.
There are new gun safety laws in place, but South Dakota’s congressional delegation voted against the bill. It was the first significant piece of gun safety legislation in 30 years.
South Dakota families are struggling to find quality childcare. Affordable preschool opportunities are also in high demand. A new approach addresses this crisis with early learning communities throughout the state. The goal is to promote better access at the local level.
A national organization that helps homeless veterans broke ground Thursday in Sioux Falls on a housing community of 25 tiny homes.
Livestock judging is a more than a century-old competition that remains alive and well in South Dakota. And South Dakota State University collegiate livestock judges work to prepare the next generation through a livestock judging camp held each summer on the campus of SDSU in Brookings.
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