Americans Reporting Nationwide Cellular Outages from AT&T and Other Providers
So far, no reason has been given for the outages. Representatives for AT&T, Verizon and Cricket weren’t immediately available to comment.
South Dakota Tribe Bans Governor from Reservation over Us-Mexico Border Remarks
“Due to the safety of the Oyate, effective immediately, you are hereby Banished from the homelands of the Oglala Sioux Tribe!” Tribe President Frank Star Comes Out said
Punxsutawney Phil predicts an early spring at Groundhog Day festivities
Don't pull out your gardening gloves just yet, a federal agency took a look at his record last year and put his accuracy rate at about 40%.
South Dakota Native, Washington Huskies Kalen DeBoer AP Coach of the Year
Washington’s Kalen DeBoer is the AP coach of the year after leading undefeated Huskies to the College Football Playoffs.
Nearly 1M Chickens Will Be Killed on a Minnesota Farm Because of Bird Flu
The USDA said some 26,800 turkeys will also be killed on a farm in McPherson County in South Dakota and nearly 17,000 birds will be slaughtered on two farms in Iowa’s Clay County.
ACLU Sues South Dakota over Its Vanity Plate Restrictions
The ACLU said Monday that it filed the lawsuit on behalf of a man whose application for a personalized license plate was initially denied by the state's Motor Vehicle Division for allegedly being “in poor taste.”
Tornado that ripped through massive Wyoming coal mining site injures 8 people, officials say
A tornado touching down at a mine in Wyoming has injured eight people and knocked over employee transport buses and empty train cars at the facility.
Jerry Springer, Politician-Turned-Tv Ringmaster, Dies at 79
At its peak, “The Jerry Springer Show” was a ratings powerhouse and a U.S. cultural pariah.
Supreme Court Preserves Access to Abortion Pill for Now
The justices on Friday granted emergency requests from the Biden administration and New York-based Danco Laboratories, maker of the drug mifepristone.
Judge temporarily blocks clean water rule in 24 states
A federal judge temporarily blocked a federal rule in 24 states that is intended to protect thousands of small streams, wetlands and other waterways. U.S. District Judge Daniel L. Hovland in Bismarck, North Dakota, on Wednesday halted the regulations from the U...