DSS enrolls 20 percent of Medicaid expansion population in three months | Nov 14
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Just over 10,000 individuals are enrolled through Medicaid expansion. That's less than 20 percent of the amount of people the state expects to enroll, which is drawing ire from state lawmakers.
The housing struggles in the Black Hills are no secret. As the population continues to grow, solutions need to be found now.
A Rapid City lawmaker is resigning her seat ahead of the upcoming legislative session. Republican Representative Jess Olson is stepping down, citing ongoing health issues.
The legal troubles surrounding the Grand Gateway Hotel in Rapid City have just gotten a little lighter. The business settled one suit, but still faces two more.
The Sioux Falls School District, members of the gymnastic team, and their legal representatives are now required to meet within 30 days time. It comes after a federal judge upheld an injunction which kept the program alive for the current school year.
Authorities say one person was killed in a hunting accident in western South Dakota. The Meade County Sheriff's office says the hunter was shot Sunday afternoon while walking in a field near Red Owl.