- 1.Tourism, General
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The travel media company Lonely Planet has listed western South Dakota as one of its "Best in the US" destinations for 2015.
For the first time, the acrobatic spectacle Cirque Du Soleil will be live in Sioux Falls.
Before you finalize your travel plans, be sure you have given careful thought to whether you need to purchase travel insurance.
An Aberdeen-based hotel chain is experiencing a major expansion. My Place currently has 11 hotels, and that number will soon triple.
Deadwood gambling officials say October revenue has hopped up significantly over last year, when the region was dealing with extreme snowfall.
Christmas trees will soon be going up in Pierre for the "Christmas at the Capitol" holiday display.
The NCAA announced the host cities for the NCAA Men Division I Tournament games for 2016 to 2018 on Monday and Sioux Falls isn't on the list. The outcome didn't turn out the way the city wanted, but officials say they learned a lot from the experience.
Sioux Falls won't host any preliminary round games for the 2016-2018 NCAA Men's Division I Basketball Championships.
There may not be much snow on the ground in Sioux Falls, but at Falls Park, it's beginning to look a lot like Christmas.
Fewer people attended this year's Sturgis Motorcycle Rally than in 2013, but the city still made a hefty profit.
A blast planned at the Crazy Horse Memorial in the Black Hills has been rescheduled due to the heavy snowfall in the state.
A group that toured with Taylor Swift will represent South Dakota in the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade. The group is called NEEDTOBREATHE.
The man tabbed to be the next director of Mitchell's Corn Palace tourist attraction has withdrawn from consideration.
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