You no longer need to stop by a cash machine before renewing your driver license. All South Dakota exam stations now accept credit and debit cards.
South Dakota Senator John Thune hopes new legislation will keep rail service in the state on track.
The number of trains carrying at least a million gallons of volatile crude oil across Nebraska and Iowa has increased significantly this spring.
A looming strike by Allegiant Airlines pilots could cause flight delays and cancellations out of the Sioux Falls Airport.
A Minnesota family can’t believe how a well-known company reacted after their baby made a costly computer mistake.
BNSF railroad has started taking additional safety measures for crude oil shipments because of four recent high-profile derailments in the U.S. and Canada.
One of the most talked-about-bills during this year's South Dakota legislative session is set to take effect on Wednesday.
Drivers across South Dakota looking to renew their vehicle tabs Friday spent a little more time at the county treasurer's office than they'd planned on.
With the cost to renew license plate tabs going up 20 percent next week, many drivers are trying to take care of the purchase early.
The speed limit is only going up on stretches of road where the limit was 75 miles per hour, now going up to 80 mph.
Time is running out to save money at your county treasurer's office. Starting Wednesday of next week, it will cost 20 percent more to get your license tabs.
Drive down Minnesota Avenue and you'll see the changes. New signals are controlling traffic at several intersections along the busy Sioux Falls street.
Families of at least 74 people killed in crashes caused by defective General Motors ignition switches will get compensation from the company.
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