The Great Plains Zoo is expanding its reach into communities across KELOLAND.
The student groups must use basic business principles, including capital investment, price and production. An algorithm ranks the teams based on their decisions.
Great Western Bank is closing its branches in the Walmart store on South Louise Avenue in Sioux Falls and at the Western Mall at the end of the month.
Costco is switching credit card company partnerships and that is going to have an impact on Citibank in Sioux Falls.
Citigroup is selling OneMain Financial to subprime lender Springleaf Holdings for $4.25 billion in cash.
The National Retail Federation says a record 47 percent of taxpayers who receive a refund will put some of the money in a savings account.
Are you saving for a rainy day? One in four Americans has more credit card debt than emergency savings.
State officials say South Dakota needs to do a better job collecting debt.
The former homeless veteran who hitchhiked to Sioux Falls and got caught up paying 300 percent interest on an auto title loan is one month away from paying his debt in full.
Payday loan critics are working to finalize ballot language that would cap the interest rate on short-term loans at 36 percent in South Dakota. Right now, payday and title lending is essentially unregulated in the state.
There are several organizations in the area, ready and willing to help people in need.
Free tax preparation is underway in KELOLAND. Volunteer tax preparers make up AARP Foundation Tax Aide, which is in its 48th year.
Federal regulators are putting together the first-ever rules on payday loans aimed at helping cash-strapped borrowers avoid falling into a cycle of high-rate debt.
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