In South Dakota, after a severe thunderstorm, the sky turned green: residents posted shocking photos and videos online

Images posted online show South Dakota's skies turned an ominous shade of green as violent storms approached Sue Falls. Why the blue sky turned green, Newsweek explained. On July 5, thunderstorms brought strong winds and more than three inches (7,6 cm) of rain ...

In one of the US states, an emergency was declared due to forest fires: hundreds of people are being evacuated

On Tuesday March 30, South Dakota Gov. Christie Noem declared a state of emergency over fires that forced hundreds of people to evacuate and shut down Mount Rushmore. Writes about this CNN. The state of emergency will last until June 1 due to "severe drought and dangerous fires," it says ...

American blames clinic for accidental kidney removal

Dena Knapp of Milford, Iowa, has sued a South Dakota surgeon and his employer for having lost a healthy kidney due to medical error, writes Buzzfeed news. The complaint says that Dr. Scott Baker is from town ...

In South Dakota, sell ghost town for 250 thousand dollars

The ghost town of Swett in South Dakota was up for sale yesterday. Its current price was 250 thousand dollars. The 0,02-square-kilometer town has a small bar, a one-story house, several outbuildings and an artesian depression, according to nbcnews. Swett is 160 kilometers from ...

In South Dakota, will open the first resort with marijuana

A Native American tribe in South Dakota has announced plans to open the first US-based marijuana resort. The four hundred members of the Santi Sioux are already running a casino, hotel and ranch and are hoping the facility will become ...

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