On today's show...
SDPB's Lee Strubinger takes us into the South Dakota Supreme Court to learn more about their recent ruling on conflicts of interest for lawmakers. Read more about this story.
When a company buys an spot during the Super Bowl, they're buying an ad during the only time people look forward to watching commercials. Hence the steep price tag.
We recap this year's ads and whether or not they were effective with Lori Costello, assistant professor at the University of South Dakota. And we dissect South Dakota's Super Bowl debut.
The beef industry can be volatile. A two-year class at the SDSU Extension helps cattle producers prepare for inevitable changes. We speak to two of the teachers at beefSD.
Financial therapist Rick Kahler takes us into the mind of literature's most famous miser. We unpack what's behind what he calls "Scrooge Syndrome." Read his full blog post.
Plus, we meet the man and the beard behind a few viral Facebook posts from the Badlands National Park. Ranger Ed Welsh joins the show.