A sunflower field nears harvest time near Akaska, South Dakota.
South Dakota

Last We Checked, the U.S. Supreme Court Still Sets the Law of the Land

When it comes to collecting sales tax on remote sellers, South Dakota has picked the wrong law to challenge.

Did States Become Any Less Reluctant to Borrow Last Year?

Not so much, according to a new Moody’s Investors Service report.

New U.S. Economic Data Underscores Trouble Energy States Face

But growth in South Dakota has been strong, increasing by 9.2 percent in the third quarter of 2015.

States Familiar With West Nile Response Are Better Prepared for Zika

Many health agencies already have protocols in place to monitor the new virus that’s been spreading in countries across the Americas.

South Dakota Town Back on the Market

Swett shows the risk and appeal of being your own mayor.