Flu season is around the corner and this year, there’s extra emphasis on the importance of the flu shot with COVID-19 now in the picture. Now, a Sioux Falls mom is urging others to get a flu vaccination in memory of her late child.
Some social media posts in recent days say Sioux Falls hospitals are not accepting COVID-19 patients from other parts of the state.But one of the region’s largest health operations say that’s not necessarily the case.
Cases of West Nile are usually a major health focus for the state of South Dakota in the Summer and Fall months. But cases the past couple of years have decreased significantly, and city and county officials are still trying to figure out why.
With crowds of admirers swelling outside, Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg was remembered Wednesday at the court by grieving family, colleagues and friends as a prophet for justice who persevered against long odds to become an American icon.
South Dakota Republican lawmakers on Wednesday pushed the state’s high school activities association to reconsider its policy of allowing transgender students to compete in the sport of the gender with which they identify.
With quarantine rules across the country still in place during the pandemic, large-scale gatherings are harder to conduct. Because of this, organizations are stepping up their game to meet these new challenges.
What does Halloween look like during a pandemic? It’s a question many parents are already thinking about. Now, there’s some guidance from the CDC on what they recommend to keep everyone safe this Halloween.
Sen. Mike Rounds has joined most of his fellow Republicans in the Senate by saying he is prepared to vote on a Supreme Court nominee, despite being part of the effort to stall the process under similar circumstances four years ago.
The prospect that President Donald Trump and Senate Republicans will fill Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s Supreme Court seat before the year is out has ignited a call for major changes on the court, including expanding the number of justices.