- 1.Transportation, General
Automakers Recall More Than 2M Vehicles For Faulty Air Bags
An airline selected by Pierre officials to provide passenger service to the city says it has named a new CEO to in an effort to answer the concerns of federal regulators.
For the first time in months, South Dakota's average gas price rose last week. According to a AAA report, the increase is due to a series of refinery issues in the region.
Millions of people in the Northeast are getting a taste of typical KELOLAND weather. The blizzard has already caused the cancellations of nearly 6,000 flights.
Kia Motors America is recalling nearly 87,000 of its 2014 Forte sedans because of faulty equipment that could cause the cars to catch fire.
According to AAA, Sioux Falls drivers are paying an average of $1.94 per gallon.
The city of Sioux Falls is looking into better ways to manage its fleet of vehicles.
In addition to low visibility, the snow blowing across the pavement is causing some roads to become icy.
Gas prices are going down but gas taxes could be going up.
The choice of city leaders in Pierre to provide federally subsidized air service to South Dakota's capital city has a record of financial problems in Virginia and Ohio.
General Motors is recalling 92,221 full-size trucks and SUVs for a defect in ignition lock systems that can cause safety problems in hot conditions.
A report from the Iowa Department of Public Safety says lawmakers should take a wait-and-see approach toward regulating unmanned aerial vehicles because of their huge potential to help business and government.
The airport in South Dakota's capital is unlikely to reach the 10,000-passenger threshold needed to be eligible for $1 million in federal funding.
Can't find your driver's license? Now there's an app for that. Iowa will launch a smartphone app for an official driver's license in 2015.
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