Images of dramatic green skies and ominous rain clouds were snapped on Tuesday as a series of severe storms approached Sioux Falls, South Dakota.
The GOP governor said Sunday decisions about abortion should "be made by the legislators that are closest to the people" as the "Constitution intended."
The Republican governor said Sunday that "the Supreme Court did its job" by fixing "a wrong decision it made many years ago."
Less than 10 minutes after the Court's ruling was released, Missouri became the first state to invoke a trigger law banning abortions.
Voters showed preference for incumbents and other recognizable candidates in an election night that produced few noticeable upsets.
The Republican appeared to criticize the French Revolution and its "radical mob mentality."
Severe weather hitting the Midwest has damaged buildings and killed one person in Minnesota.
Stefanie Heidebrink quizzed her daughter on why she drank so much wine—the response left the mom even more confused.
"These kids need to have trust in the adults that are around them," one parent said about the teacher's letter.
Jason Ravnsborg will now face a trial before the state Senate, which must secure a two-thirds majority vote in order to convict him on the impeachment charges.
Theresa Bentaas reported to prison on January 15 to fulfill her sentence and was then granted parole on March 17.
The state is seeing its first avian flu outbreak since 2015. The disease was first detected in turkeys at two animal feeding facilities.
The measure could require women to visit their doctor three separate times to obtain the pills and outlaws telemedicine services that carry them.
"This is legislation ensuring doctors have the freedom to...treat their [patients] best," one Republican state representative said about the bill.
Republican lawmakers in the state applauded Noem's bill when it was introduced, but the GOP-led House State Affairs Committee declined to give it a hearing.
On Friday, Noem announced the text of two anti-abortion bills she aims to pass in South Dakota.
Lawmakers in South Dakota have begun to consider impeachment for the attorney general for his involvement in a fatal car crash in September 2020.
Billy Knutson's identity was confirmed by the FBI through social media posts on Parler and YouTube, where he raps under the name Playboy The Beast.
Rounds said recently that the Republican party should distance itself from the baseless voter fraud claims of former President Trump.
The woman unknowingly took brownies to a senior center that her son made using THC butter.
Attorney General Jason Ravnsborg was involved in a crash last year that killed a 55-year-old pedestrian, but he opted to remain in office.
A legislative committee decided to push back to next month its decision on whether to require three doctor's visits to obtain abortion pills.
Critics of the bill say that it has a fundamental misunderstanding of what Critical Race Theory is and that CRT has not been taught in the state.
Omicron is believed to be highly transmissible and could potentially reduce the effectiveness of COVID-19 vaccines.
The ban was included in the bill after South Dakota Governor Kristi Noem accepted $1 million in July to send National Guard troops to the southern U.S. border.
The man "attempted to provide classified national defense information to the Russian government," according to the DOJ.
Bren testified in front of lawmakers Tuesday that she felt the application of Noem's daughter to be a real estate appraiser was treated in an unusual manner.
The Sioux Falls Stampede hockey team and CU Mortgage Direct said that the viral fundraiser could seem "degrading and insulting" towards teachers.
The legislation said that the moment should not be seen as religious, but a statement from Noem's office said it's meant to protect prayer in schools.
The 1981 cold case was revisited in recent years, and ended with the judge unsure if the infant's death was intentional or due to complications during birth.