On Sunday night, Yankton joined nationwide protests following the death of Minneapolis resident George Floyd.
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Both the states of South Dakota and Nebraska have activated the National Guard after protests turned violent over the weekend.
The Vermillion and Yankton Hy-Vee stores will be giving out some tasty treats today.
On Monday, health officials confirmed 41 additional COVID-19 cases in South Dakota, bringing the statewide total to more than 5,000; however, the number of new recoveries outpaced the number of new cases.
The Gavins Point Project campgrounds operated by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers are back up and running.
Following more than a month of closure, Bon Homme County officials have re-opened the Courthouse to the public.
In 2014, a U.S. Customs and Border Protection drone experiencing a mechanical failure was deliberately drowned in the ocean off San Diego.
Logan County Sheriff’s Department released a notification for a convicted sex offender on Monday 6/1
Johnson County Offices re-opened on 6/1
Terry Allen Harris was arrested on 5/30 without incident for failing to register as a sex offender
Emilio Cortez and Jessica Waddill charged in connection with the 2018 death of Dewane Ledbetter
Boniface Ramos arrested on 5/26 for possession of stolen handgun and stolen motorcycle
8 people were transported to the hospital following a two vehicle accident Friday in Webb City south of Ozark
Sick with pneumonia, agitated and confused, Johnny Leija refused to return to his hospital room.
Las Vegas casinos have been preparing for their upcoming Thursday reopening for months.
Free physicals will be offered to our youth from June 1 to September 30 this year! These physicals are for students who need sports physicals and school entry physicals.
Following the trend of the previous two days in Las Vegas, Black Lives Matter protests that began peacefully eventually turned violent on Sunday.
will bring more than 100 family wage jobs to the area
There were hundreds of lightning strikes in western Washington
is attributed to an outbreak at Olympics West Retirement Inn in Tumwater.
Washington state’s controversial stay home order to help fight the spread of the coronavirus expired at midnight last night,
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San Diego’s economy has long been dominated by health care and technology. And for those who work in these collective spaces, the coronavirus is not merely a tragedy. It’s an opportunity.
Hundreds of San Diegans demonstrated this weekend over the police killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis. They marched along the highway and in front of civic institutions in solidarity with communities of color and with demands for justice.
Mainline Health Systems, Inc. and the Arkansas Rural Health Partnership will conduct free drive-thru community-wide COVID-19 tests Thursday, June 4 at the Kingsland Elementary School campus (16650 US Hwy 79) in Kingsland.
Three accidents over the weekend lead to three death on Arkansas roads.
“The way you create a narrative is to isolate and publicize every incident of the phenomenon you’re focused on.”
The fund is giving millions of dollars in American taxpayer money to a number of firms that have avoided paying U.S. ta
The ‘amazingly cruel’ move by the National Park Service reverses Obama-era regulations which also affect wolves and coyotes
According to the South Dakota Department of Health, South Dakota is nearing 5,000 confirmed cases of the coronavirus.
Another popular summer celebration has fallen victim to the COVID-19 pandemic.
As you might expect, due to the Coronavirus pandemic, students returning to classes across the state will not see school as usual this fall.
As the COVID-19 pandemic continues, providers at Sanford Vermillion Clinic are urging patients to continue seeking medical care, both for urgent needs and managing ongoing health concerns. Healthcare professionals are asking people not to ignore or put off health care because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Yankton City officials are asking travelers to take notice that on Wednesday, June 3rd, 23rd Street, from Green Street to Kellen Gross Drive will be closed to thru traffic.
Firefighters from Gayville and Volin were called to a hay fire near Gayville last Thursday evening that destroyed a hoop barn.
Nebraska’s economic recovery is looking forward to a bit of a boost thanks to new grant opportunities announced by Governor Pete Ricketts.
A year ago, McSweeney’s published this satiric piece called “Every NIMBYs Speech at a Public Hearing,” which included lines like these:
Hidden Video and Whistleblower Reveal Gruesome Mass-Extermination Method for Iowa Pigs Amid Pandemic
This article and accompanying video include graphic images some readers may find disturbing.
Beginning Thursday, Las Vegas casino visitors can expect to see even more “eyes in the sky.”
The United States, already wrestling with an economic collapse not seen in a generation, is facing a wave of evictions as government relief payments and legal protections run out for millions of out-of-work Americans who have little financial cushion and few choices when looking for new housing.
A few years ago, Summerlin developer Howard Hughes Corp. tried to lure Amazon with 100 acres of free land.
We do not see how we will survive”