Noem, Hawks Meet in First South Dakota 2016 US House Debate
Republican Rep. Kristi Noem and Democratic challenger Paula Hawks at South Dakota's first U.S. House debate have avoided using the stinging attacks.
Striking Minnesota Nurses Reach Tentative Agreement
Thousands of nurses have reached a tentative agreement to end their strike at five Allina Health hospitals in Minnesota.
Lawsuit over Spearfish Falls Public Access Settled
The settlement of a lawsuit has resolved uncertainty surrounding public access to Spearfish Falls in western South Dakota.
Powerball Lottery Ticket Sold in Watertown Worth $100,000
A Powerball ticket sold in Watertown is worth $100,000 in the latest drawing.
World War II Fighter Pilot’s Remains to Be Buried in Miller
The remains of a World War II fighter pilot from South Dakota will be buried in his hometown of Miller more than 70 years after he went missing.
Authorities ID Man Who Died in Truck Crash in Tripp County
Authorities have identified a Moser man who died in a one-vehicle crash in Tripp County.
Rapid City School District to Conduct Drinking Water Test
The Rapid City school district is going to check for lead in the drinking water at its schools.
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.