Minnesota Farmers Balance Environment and Budgets
Farmers in Minnesota are working to balance heightened expectations for environmental stewardship and the day-to-day challenges of operating a farm.
Corn Detasslers Sprayed with Crop Poisons in Iowa Field
Several workers were sickened after being sprayed with fungicide and insecticide from a crop duster while they were detasseling corn in a central Iowa field.
Farm Rescue Hauling Hay for Drought-Impacted Ranchers
The Farm Rescue nonprofit in the northern Plains is coming to the aid of ranchers affected by drought.
Crop Report: South Dakota Gets Rain, but Crops and Pastures Still Hurting
Parts of South Dakota received much-needed rainfall over the past week, but not enough to have a big impact on the drought affecting the s
Payday Lender Seeks Customer Help to Overturn Rate Cap
A major South Dakota payday lender is urging its customers to contact state officials and the media to help overturn a short-term loan rate cap.
1 Person Dead in Dell Rapids Shooting
Sheriff's officials say one person has died in a shooting in southeast South Dakota.
Vigil Held for Homeless Man Beaten to Death in Sioux Falls
A vigil was held outside a Sioux Falls homeless shelter where a man was recently beaten to death.
Man Charged with Murder, Manslaughter in Fatal Chair Attack
A homeless Sioux Falls man accused of beating another transient to death with a chair has been indicted on murder and manslaughter charges.
South Dakota’s Soybean Crop Expected to Be Record-Size
South Dakota's soybean crop is expected to set a record, but corn production in the state this year is forecast to be down.
Rapid City Man Injured in Oct. 31 Crash Dies in Hospital
A Rapid City man who was injured in a vehicle crash late last month has died.