"The Color of Money" was a popular Paul Newman movie in the late 1980s. It's also the principal behind a new book on retirement. But in this book, money comes in not only green, but also red and yellow.
These first few weeks of June are always volatile in our weather and historically a big time for property damage.
For some homeowners, recent storms can mean another claim in a string of many going against them on their insurance policy.
Filly Flair is now going from a warehouse in Baltic to a storefront in Sioux Falls.
After months of debate on and off-line, net neutrality is now law.
One local baker seeing the effects of the egg shortage is now worried about how it could impact customers.
A Sioux Falls developer wants to transform downtown Sioux Falls with a $100 million project.
Before corporations chose a place to expand their company, they hire a site selection consultant to stake out the right location.
Two Sioux Falls businesses will share one building in what's being called the state's first development "megasite."
How do you attract major industries to Sioux Falls? Community leaders say it takes land and a lot of it.
When Summer Miller set out to write New Prairie Kitchen, she wanted to feature recipes from Midwest chefs who used ingredients from local farms.
One Sioux Falls entrepreneur is being recognized by Google for harnessing the power of the Internet to grow her business.
Chelsea and Colin Tracy say Google, social media and an ecommerce site have helped them grow their businesses and increased traffic to their store.
By this fall, you could see some major changes along 41st Street near Minnesota Avenue. Billion Auto has purchased 18 neighboring homes and plans to tear them down to expand the dealership. That has one business getting ready to close up shop and move just down the road.
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