Cabrera, Fielder Homer As Tigers Beat Twins 6-1
Miguel Cabrera and Prince Fielder each hit a two-run homer, Justin Verlander pitched seven strong innings and the Detroit Tigers beat the Minnesota Twins 6-1 Tuesday night for their fifth straight victory.
Blackhawks Wary Of Wild Ahead Of Playoff Series
For all their accomplishments so far — the record-breaking start, the Presidents’ Trophy, the individual honors — the Chicago Blackhawks know this is the time of year that will define their season. They said the same thing all along. Jonathan Toews and Co. also know all the reasons for concern heading into their playoff series against the Minnesota Wild.
Fielder’s Homer Lifts Tigers Over Twins 4-3
Prince Fielder put Detroit ahead with a three-run homer, and as if on cue, Max Scherzer settled into a groove. Fielder’s towering drive in the sixth inning lifted the Tigers to their fourth straight victory Monday night, 4-3 over Minnesota.
State Employees Urge Improvement of Dental Plan
Leaders of an organization of state employees are pushing for improvements in their dental plan and more timely information on their health insurance plan.
Farm Families to be Honored at State Fair
Farm families who have spent 100 or 125 years of life on the farm or ranch have the opportunity to be recognized during the South Dakota State Fair on Aug. 29.
Communications Services for the Deaf Laying Off 43 Employees This Summer
Communications Services for the Deaf in Sioux Falls says 43 employees will lose their jobs this summer.
1 Sioux Falls City Golf Course Open After Storm
One of Sioux Falls' three public golf courses has reopened as crews continue to clear ice-storm tree debris from the other two.
5-year-old Boy Rescued from Burning Truck in Canton
Authorities say a man rescued his 5-year-old grandson from a burning truck at a gas station near Canton in southeastern South Dakota.
Study: Drought, Other Factors Weigh on Livestock
A study from the South Dakota Center for Farm/Ranch Business Management says drought and other factors made the livestock business financially difficult last year.
Lawmakers Studying Possible Changes in Staff
A South Dakota legislative panel has decided to have an outside agency review the operation of the Legislature's professional staff.