Results of ethics investigation into Gov. Noem will remain confidential | Sept 22
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A state panel that looked into alleged ethics violations by Governor Kristi Noem says it will keep any actions against her confidential. That's according to reporting by the Associated Press. Critics say the board should be transparent.
South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem is facing a lawsuit after her office refused to release expense records on five out-of-state trips this year to a liberal watchdog group.
This week the public had its first opportunity to speak to a state education committee about social studies and history curriculum standards. The four-and-a-half hour meeting in Aberdeen was the first of four such hearings.
The ethanol industry is South Dakota's largest buyer of corn. However, some worry about the fuel's future as electric vehicles start to reshape the industry.
Americans get their first view of a nuclear capable stealth bomber at the end of the year. Republican U.S. Senator Mike Rounds says Northrup Grumman will reveal the B-21 Raider the first week of December.