A group of six Rapid City radio stations is reunited thanks to a new local owner.
With just a couple of more projects this year, Sioux Falls could set a new record for construction.
Friday, the city opened a half-mile stretch of trail to connect the neighborhoods south of 57th Street to the Yankton Trail Bridge area
Thursday the city announced it'll begin taking requests from private developers to redevelop a piece of city owned land along 9th Street called the riverfront triangle.
Some residents of Lead say a planned recreational vehicle park is in an area of unstable ground, and they worry it could have catastrophic effects.
A group of women entrepreneurs invited an unlikely guest to their Sioux Falls conference Friday. Sister Lynn Marie Welbig, of the Presentation Sisters, spoke at the EmBe Women's Leadership Program.
Frustrations are smoldering in one Sioux Falls neighborhood near the Avera McKennan Hospital.
Rapid City Mayor Steve Allender and developers of President's Plaza say they hope that splitting a publicly funded parking garage and a privately funded high-rise into separate projects will help jump-start the long-stalled downtown development.
VRC Metals, WeConnectU, Convene and Johnke Soy Candles were collectively awarded $86,693.31 in funding from the Accelerator Challenge project funding pool, GOED Proof-of-Concept fund, SBA FAST program and the Dakota Seeds program.
MSH Architects have set up an exhibit outside of the old Ming Wah Cafe as part of Sioux Falls Design Week.
The president of the Sioux Falls Development Foundation is heading to Alaska to share with other development leaders how Sioux Falls was able to withstand the Great Recession with little impact to its economy.
With another three months to go, Sioux Falls is approaching another record breaking year for construction.
The next time you drive by Badlands Pawn, you'll notice it's really starting to take shape.
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