A legislative committee has approved a bill allowing the continued sale of 85-octane gasoline in western South Dakota.
The clock is ticking as millions of Americans hold their breath to see if lawmakers in Washington can reach an agreement to avoid going over the so-called fiscal cliff.
Some South Dakota lawmakers are criticizing a $47.8 million surplus in the state budget. Law requires the money to be put into reserves.
Congress has passed a massive measure that will salvage some 2.8 million jobs and shield college students from sharply higher interest rates on college loans.
South Dakota voters still can't see the campaign finance reports for several candidates for the state legislature a week after they were due.
Sen. Tim Johnson is praising the Senate's passage of legislation to renew the charter of the Export-Import Bank.
The South Dakota Labor Department has proposed changing state law to impose an additional financial penalty on people who file fraudulent claims for unemployment benefits.
Recently, a national small business group named South Dakota the best place to do business.
Starting next year, the check will no longer be in the mail for millions of people who receive Social Security and other government benefits.
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