South Dakota lawmakers who introduced the bill hope the new mandate inspires patriotism in schools across the state, according to The Associated Press.
The former president joins past U.S. presidents who were commemorated with sculptures along the streets and sidewalks of Rapid City.
Battered by poverty, discrimination and climate change, Native Americans on the Pine Ridge Reservation are raising homes – and hope – for the next generation.
Gov. Kristi Noem (R) recently signed a package of laws to crack down on anti-pipeline demonstrations — a move the tribe says infringes on free speech.
The storm brought blizzard conditions to parts of Colorado, Wyoming, Montana, Nebraska and South Dakota.
“How can [it] be called the United States if some of our states are divided in half?” one MegaKota supporter asked.
Arizona, South Dakota, Tennessee and Utah didn’t get reimbursed for using their own money to keep national parks open during a 2-week shutdown in 2013.
Jary, a Belgian Malinois, was less than thrilled with the footwear gift from the Rapid City Police Department.
Online sales tax collection windfall? Not for Johnny-come-lately states.
State Sen. Billie Sutton is running the most competitive campaign for governor by a Democrat in a generation.
Anti-corruption activists look to voters to enact ethics oversight of their state's politicians.
The Russian was living with Republican operative Paul Erickson when she was arrested.
The justices overturned a 1992 Supreme Court precedent that had barred states from requiring businesses with no "physical presence" in that state to collect sales taxes.
The GOP congresswoman is one step closer to becoming the first woman to serve as the state's governor.
And here are four other races to watch on this primary day.
South Dakota GOP congressional candidate was recorded that “one more terrorist attack” would help him win the primary thanks to the “Trump effect.”
State Sen. Neal Tapio was the state director for Donald Trump’s 2016 campaign.
Officials say 9,700 barrels of oil leaked in the Nov. 16 spill. The original estimate was 5,000 barrels.
“Out here, it feels like we’re in our own world. It doesn’t feel like the U.S. It feels like a third-world country.”