Noem criticizes Target for donation to Native nonprofit | June 09
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South Dakota Governor Kristi Noem is piling on to conservative backlash against a retail giant... in part for donations it made to a Native-led nonprofit. She says the company Target is fundamentally tearing down America.
The TSA says they intercepted a loaded firearm at the Sioux Falls Regional Airport. The X-ray screen showed a handgun in a passenger's carry-on bag during routine security.
A crew of Rapid City firefighters are being assigned to the Minnesota-Canada border in supporting roles. As smoke fro Canadian wildfires blanket the country — particularly the Northeast — fire departments sharing resources is as important as ever.
A local civil rights group says a federal judge ruling against Florida's ban on transgender health care for minors affirms their position that the laws are unconstitutional. South Dakota's ban on health care for transgender minors goes into effect on July 1, 2023.
Three bats in Sioux Falls recently tested positive for rabies. Officials are asking pet owners to make sure your pets are vaccinated against the disease.
Augustana art majors are on display all summer in Sioux Falls. The show bridges mediums and represents a big moment for developing artists.