One of the season's first blasts of winter weather is resulting in poor driving conditions in areas of South Dakota, ...
South Dakota’s lone U.S. Representative anticipates major undertaking with upcoming farm bill negotiations. Republican Dusty ...
Invasion author Luke Harding began reporting from Ukraine in December 2021 and was in Kyiv the night before the Russian ...
The federal Bureau of Reclamation said littering and dumping increased at the Belle Fourche Reservoir this year. Visitors ...
The two grants, Project NEXT and the Nurse Education, Practice, Quality, and Retention Training Program, come courtesy of the ...
We're celebrating 25 years of Dakota Life by revisiting conversations with people we've met on the show. This month it's ...
As Afghanistan's economy declines, more people are relying on bikes to get around. But women and girls who rode bikes before the Taliban takeover no longer have the option.
China has enforced incredibly strict rules to keep coronavirus transmission in check. But those policies may not work against Omicron.
NPR's Ari Shapiro talks with reporters Sandy Tolan and Euclides Cordero Nuel about the ban on Dominican sugar from Central Romana, based on information that the company uses forced labor.
Rising energy prices in Europe have forced some Italians to turn to abandoned cooking methods. One Tuscan village is using wool to insulate cooking boxes that slow-cook food with less energy.
Gov. Kristi Noem signed an executive order prohibiting state agencies and employees from using TikTok on state devices.
The CEOs of Kroger and Albertsons face Senate lawmakers to publicly address concerns about their planned $25 billion merger that would combine the two largest U.S. supermarket chains.