A series of construction setbacks has created a long road for the $5 million in improvements at the world's only Corn Palace in Mitchell. Monday marked a step forward in the exterior design of the building.
Officials are planning to market South Dakota's Black Hills region to China, Germany and the United Kingdom.
A grizzly bear at the Minnesota Zoo repeatedly slammed a 50-pound rock into the glass wall of its enclosure, cracking the thick pane separating the bears from surprised zoo-goers.
As we approach the Fourth of July, tourism is looking strong across the state, according to indicators.
Roulette, craps and keno will be added to the popular slot machines and card games in several Deadwood casinos on Wednesday. Casino crews are hustling to get the new games set up and ready for play.
Pool fees are a hot topic in Sioux Falls for both the new indoor aquatic center and proposed changes at the outdoor pools. Along with a possible increase in fees is a proposal to discontinue free season passes.
Mayor Mike Huether's Capital Improvement Plan includes $2.5 million for the Levitt project.
A South Dakota board has reversed itself and recommended that Harney Peak not be renamed even though some American Indians may find it offensive.
The Great Plains Zoo is warning visitors after a bat found on a sidewalk there tested positive for rabies.
A national travel website is featuring videos about Sioux Falls businesses.
Organizers are still hopeful they'll be able to bring the 300 foot slide to the Sioux Falls area. They're currently looking at a spot several miles north of city limits.
Casinos in Deadwood are betting the introduction of three new voter-approved games will help reinvigorate the historic Black Hills town and level its odds against gambling hotspots across the country.
Recent stormy weather in Rapid City has hampered work on a $24 million reconstruction of the road considered the gateway to the Black Hills and Mount Rushmore National Memorial.
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