Growing Number of South Dakota Law Graduates Fail Bar Exam
The percentage of USD School of Law graduates who fail to pass the state bar exam has increased from about 10 percent in 2013 to about 50 percent this year.
Second Suspect Sentenced in Pine Ridge Reservation Slaying
Another of the six Pine Ridge men charged in the killing of a 30-year-old man last year has been sentenced to 17-1/2 years in prison.
School of Mines Eyeing $20 Million Research Facility
The South Dakota School of Mines & Technology has unveiled a plan for a $20 million research facility on the site of a former hotel in downtown Rapid City.
South Dakota Supreme Court Weighs Hospital Fraud Cases
Attorneys for two South Dakota hospitals and several doctors say hospitals shouldn't have to turn over documents related to doctor performance.
Authorities Seek Help in Finding Body of Missing Woman
Authorities believe the body of a missing Minnesota woman might be in the Dakotas, and they're seeking the public's help.
Dakota Access Pipeline Case Set to Be Heard by DC Court
A three-judge federal appeals court panel is set to hear a dispute over the $3.8 billion four-state Dakota Access oil pipeline.
Yahoo Doesn’t Deny Email Scanning, Calls Story ‘Misleading’
Yahoo responded again Wednesday to a report that it scanned incoming email to hundreds of millions of accounts for the U.S. government.
Sioux Falls Police Arrest Man Who Escaped from County Jail
An inmate who escaped from the Minnehaha County jail is back in custody.
Sioux Falls Airport Captures 86 Percent of Area Travelers
More residents of South Dakota's largest city are no longer traveling to other Midwest cities to catch a flight.
Criminal Charges Being Pondered in Yankton Dog Attack
The Yankton County State's Attorney's Office is determining whether criminal charges are warranted in a dog attack that injured a Yankton woman.