News: Nov 9 - 15

Nov 15, 2019

State tourism officials say it’s been a challenging summer for the state’s number two industry.

Education majors at Augustana University have the opportunity to experience cutting-edge classroom tools through Makerspace workshops. 

A second tribe in South Dakota has adopted hate crime protections for LGBT people.

We ask USD’s Mike Allgrunn Ph.D., “What's the economic impact of giving?”

Breast cancer survivors who’ve undergone mastectomies have a new, crafty option in artificial breasts.

A community resource center in Vermillion is launching a new program in partnership with the University of South Dakota. 

Wednesday marked the first day of public hearings for the impeachment inquiry regarding President Donald Trump. SDSU’s Lisa Hager and David Wiltse give us a breakdown.

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