Know what your baseline is. Know what’s consistent for you. Know what your typical numbers are. Know what your normals are and if something’s abnormal, particularly if you’re not feeling normal, that’s when you should see your doctor.
Iowa House Republicans have cast the final vote needed to send a bill to the governor that sharply limits early voting in the state, months after a general election overseen by a Republican secretary of state that saw record turnout and overwhelming victories by GOP candidates.
South Dakota is open for business. That’s the mantra from Governor Kristi Noem to lure businesses from other states dealing with strict COVID-19 restrictions. After seeing one of the governor’s ads, one California business decided to take her up on that offer.
Gray Television is partnering with the Grand Ole Opry Saturday night to raise money to help feed people who have been affected by extreme weather across several states this month and those who are facing food insecurity because of the pandemic.
Currently in South Dakota if someone is caught with a controlled substance in their blood or urine sample, they could be charged with a felony. If bill 143 becomes law, then it becomes a misdemeanor on the first or second offense.
“I ended up in the hospital and then he came in and admitted himself. And the doctor come back in and he said he definitely has COVID-19. He said, we’re going to keep him overnight so you will keep you both,” said Netta.
Newly released interview video revealed many new details about the investigation into the fatal crash involving South Dakota Attorney General Jason Ravnsborg, including that investigator’s found the victim’s glasses inside Ravnsborg’s car.
Millions of people are still dealing with the fallout from last week’s winter storm. Some Texans are seeing electric bills skyrocket after the energy crisis. That’s prompting some South Dakotans to wonder if they’ll see any changes to their energy bills.