Mold Issue Shuts down Rapid City School for Entire Week
More than 400 Rapid City elementary students are getting a week off from classes after the discovery of mold in their school.
US Probes Complaints of More F-150 Brake Failures
U.S. safety regulators are investigating whether a recall of Ford F-150 pickup trucks for brake failures should be expanded to more model years.
Public Opening of Prince’s Paisley Park Home May Be Delayed
The public opening of Prince's suburban Minneapolis estate and studio complex scheduled for this week could be delayed.
South Dakota Crime Bureau Investigating Sisseton Death
The South Dakota Division of Criminal Investigation is looking into a death in Sisseton, though it's not clear whether a crime is involved.
South Dakota Supreme Court Hearing Maricela Diaz Appeal
The South Dakota Supreme Court is hearing arguments in the appeal of a Mexican national convicted of killing a teenager seven years ago.
South Dakota Sees Big Jump in Winter Wheat Production
South Dakota saw a big jump in winter wheat production this year, thanks to a record yield.
Police: Juvenile Responsible for Fish Hooks at Playground
Police in Platte say a juvenile was responsible for placing fish hooks on playground equipment.
Survey Suggests Economy Will Remain Weak in Midwest, Plains
A monthly survey of business leaders suggests the economy will continue slowing in nine Midwest and Plains states.
‘Ghost Claims’ Complicate Water Rights in South Dakota
A looming dispute over water rights near Rapid City highlights a thorny issue facing the state.
Spearfish Housing Study Shows More Rental Units Needed
A study looking at the current and future housing needs of Spearfish suggests the city in western South Dakota needs additional rental units.