After heading to the polls to cast their votes, South Dakotans have passed two out of seven ballot issues during Tuesday’s election.
Constitutional Amendments O and P were the two select ballot concerns that will now become ratified and added...State/Local
Only two years ago, former Rep. Stephanie Herseth Sandlin (D-S.D.) was engaged in a tight election race against Republican challenger Kristi Noem. Her campaign trail included a stop at the University...State/Local
Three former members of Congress visited the University of South Dakota to encourage students to become politically active.
Former Reps. Dan Miller, Max Sandlin and Stephanie Herseth Sandlin...State/Local
For the second time in roughly two weeks, South Dakota executed its eighteenth inmate in the history of the state or Dakota Territory by lethal injection on Oct. 30.
Donald Moeller, who has been...State/Local
A U.S. Supreme Court case will not change the University of South Dakota’s attitude toward admissions.
Fisher v. University of Texas surrounds a student who claims she was denied admission to...State/Local
Only 1 percent of the Midwest population live on farms, according to PBS.com. Mariah Jo Miller, Mark Keck and Terry Robertson are members of that 1 percent.
First-year student Miller is from...State/Local
With Election Day less than a week away, it's time for students to weigh their options and cast their vote. This year the presidential election is between former Republican Massachusetts Gov. Mitt...State/Local
For many students at the University of South Dakota, this presidential election will be their first time voting.
USD surveyed 100 students on their election opinions. Fifty-nine percent of these...State/Local