State Judge Orders Horses at Troubled Sanctuary Impounded
A state judge has ordered two county governments to take control of an estimated 650 wild horses at a north-central South Dakota sanctuary.
Authorities ID 4 Victims of Pine Ridge Duplex Gas Explosion
Authorities have identified four people killed in a duplex explosion on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation.
State Task Force Investigating Phone Found in Locker Room
A Crimes Against Children Task Force will investigate the discovery of a cellphone in a locker room where girl volleyball players were dressing.
Plane Makes Successful Emergency Landing in Mitchell
Engine problems forced a turboprop plane flying from North Dakota, to Sioux Falls to make an emergency landing in the South Dakota city of Mitchell.
Art Exhibit Presents Lakota Story of Emerging from Cave
A traveling exhibit that pairs Native American art with passages of a story narrating the emergence of the Lakota people is now on display in South Dakota.
Companies Say Activists Didn’t Stop Oil Delivery
A group known as Climate Direct Action tried to shut valves on two pipelines in Minnesota, one in North Dakota, one in Montana and one in Washington state.
28K Absentee Ballots Requested So Far for November Election
Secretary of State Shantel Krebs says that South Dakota voters have so far requested about 28,000 absentee ballots for the 2016 general election.
Sioux Falls Catholic Schools President Plans to Retire
Sioux Falls Catholic Schools President Robert Wehde says he's going to retire at the close of the school year.
Record pace of Construction in Sioux Falls Not Letting Up
The record pace of construction in Sioux Falls isn't letting up.
Governor Dennis Daugaard Wants Trump out of the Race, but Would Vote for Him
GOP Gov. Dennis Daugaard says he wants Donald Trump to quit the presidential race, but he'd still vote for Trump over Hillary Clinton.