Sioux Falls workers are making more money and they're better educated. That's the finding of a six month study by an independent consultant service hired to help come up with ways to ease the labor shortage in Sioux Falls.
This year, Google launched Let's Put Our Cities on the Map. The program to help local businesses improve their online presence is in South Dakota this month.
The fall downtown loft tour will showcase multiple lofts in 10 different buildings.
It's an issue many people in the sandwich generation are facing--you've got both young children and elderly parents that need your time and attention.
Retailers are using beacon technology that targets your location to deliver those messages to your phone. Now a start-up company at the University of South Dakota wants to bring that same technology to college campuses all across the country.
Kustak is selling at the right time, not only because it's a seller's market, but also because his family can take advantage of the new Repeat Homebuyer Loan Program through South Dakota Housing.
They are stately buildings in the heart of Sioux Falls that have sat empty for two years - but now, the former School for the Deaf property on East 10th Street has a new owner.
While Sioux Falls students may not be returning to class until after Labor Day, most surrounding schools are already back in session - and that means school supplies can already be pretty picked over.
South Dakota Governor Dennis Daugaard has led three delegations of business people on trade missions to China. The most recent took place just last spring to increase local exports to the country. But now the world's second largest economy is in a downturn.
Global fears about China's economic slowdown fueled the sell-off on Wall Street, along with oil plunging below $39 a barrel.
A Perfect 10 Nail & Beauty Bar is booked non-stop, from open to close.
Just this week, the IRS says a data breach is much bigger than it originally disclosed, with hundreds of thousands of more people having their information stolen from an agency website. It can leave all of us feeling powerless to protect our personal data from cyber thieves.
Are you ready to shell out $630? That's how much the average family will spend on getting their kids back to school.
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