In Monday’s update, South Dakota health officials reported 538 new cases of COVID-19, bringing the state’s total to 39,741, with 11,061 active cases in South Dakota.
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South Dakotans are reminded that they have only until December 30th, to renew expired driver licenses or ID cards.
Nebraska Governor Pete Ricketts has shared the state’s plan to get a potential COVID-19 vaccine into the hands of Nebraskans.
The South Dakota Small Business and Healthcare Provider Program has been expanded by South Dakota’s governor.
The number of people filing continued unemployment claims dropped in South Dakota’s latest jobs report, while the number of first-time claims remained relatively flat.
Haunted House planned for Fort Gibson
After months of lockdowns, social isolation and mask wearing, Nevada officials are concerned about “COVID fatigue”
President Donald Trump will deliver a rally in at Laughlin/Bullhead International Airport Wednesday morning
Las Vegas visitors will have access to a new adult playground this week: Circa.
Uncover the secret world of Joe Biden and his family’s relationship to China and the sinister business deals that enriched them at America’s expense.
A military-grade drone project that will help open up U.S skies to new forms of surveillance was scheduled to take flight over San Diego earlier this year, but the company rerouted its path after encountering resistance from federal regulators.
Drone technology that primarily developed for the war on terror and is now being integrated into U.S. civilian life did not take flight over San Diego in 2020 as expected.
According to the Cleveland County Herald, seating capacity for the upcoming basketball season was one of the main topics discussed during the Woodlawn School Board’s regular monthly meeting last week.
An Arkansas man is facing felony charges after being accused by authorities of stabbing his parents because he ran out of cigarettes.
Social isolation, loss of jobs, and disruption of treatment services are possible factors in the spike
He was taken aback when his employer, Duke University Health System, said this summer it will roll out a comprehensive strategy to purge the last vestiges of racism from the workplace.
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A nearly year long struggle with drugs that required two trips to rehab. The author believes childhood sexual abuse is why.
Ocasio-Cortez also said Biden should choose progressives for leadership roles in his administration if he wins
Kidnapping and robbery charges have been brought against three Yankton residents following a call to authorities last week.
It looks like the Yankton County Planning Commission will be a bit smaller in the near future.
South Dakota health officials are looking at a new method to test for COVID-19.
More than 1,000 new positive COVID-19 tests were reported by the South Dakota Health Department for Sunday.
Three local communities will receive some large federal funding for local infrastructure and other projects.
Low-income residents who qualify for expanded Medicaid coverage in Nebraska will have to work, volunteer, take classes or get job training if they want access to certain health-care services starting in 2022.
In 2020, the sleeping giant has awakened.
My son had a runny nose.
President Donald Trump will return to Las Vegas during the final week before the Nov. 3 general election
While Dave Marlon was on his monthly trek into the tunnels underneath Las Vegas on Saturday, a man preparing a heroin needle said he was a “slave” to the drug.
Revealed: President Trump Presided Over the Largest Manufacturing Boom in a First Term Since the 1970s
President Donald Trump constantly committed to reviving American industry
Reminiscent of the Nazi SS, ‘The Squad’ now says Trump ICE Agents are performing medical experiments on detainees
A proposed wildlife center got a $12 million federal grant after promising to bring millions of dollars and thousands of tourists to eastern Kentucky. Four years later, residents are still waiting for the jobs they were promised.
San Diego Unified School district announced that it will announce the next phases of reopening next week.
Harmony Groves Scores 10 Touchdowns in Rout of Horatio
The Nevada Republican Party and President Donald Trump’s re-election campaign filed a lawsuit against Clark County Registrar Joe Gloria and Nevada Secretary of State Barbara Cegavske on Friday
New recommendations on reopening Clark County schools caught some community members by surprise this week as planning begins for an eventual return to in-person instruction at the district.
Here in the birthplace of American democracy, election officials are scrambling to prepare for a presidential vote they fear could plunge the nation into a historic political crisis.
Democrats who campaigned against Virginia’s largest public utility, Dominion Energy, swept into office. Then the company’s lobbying efforts kicked into high gear. Here’s how it fought against legislation meant to lower residents’ electric bills.
Diverging from other Western states, Nevada is still keeping under wraps its playbook for rolling out a COVID-19 vaccine.
Sudan is the third Arab state to do so as part of U.S.-brokered deals in the run-up to Election Day
The Metropolitan Correctional Center in downtown San Diego has dealt with an exploding number of coronavirus cases but so far only one death: Victor Ray Cruz.
Councilwoman Barbara Bry – or a future Mayor Barbara Bry – may have to stay away from the decision over which company will deliver San Diegans gas and electricity for the next two decades because of a substantial financial interest she holds in a company that wants the lucrative city contract.