Sanford Research Team Draws Scientists from Around the Globe
United Airlines flight leaves Sioux Falls at 6:25 p.m. each Friday headed to Chicago. And nearly every time, Jill Weimer has a seat on it.
Man Who Solicited Sex from Teenager Twice Arrested
Law enforcement authorities in Pennington County say a man who solicited sex from the same teenager twice in the last 13 months has been arrested.
Butte County Resident Dies of West Nile-Related Causes
A second South Dakota resident has died of causes related to the West Nile virus this season.
Minimum-Security Inmate Who Escaped Arrested in Yankton
A minimum-security inmate who walked away from a Yankton corrections facility is back in custody.
Mental Health Task Force Gather to Solidify Policy Proposals
A task force studying issues surrounding the mentally ill entering the criminal justice system in South Dakota is meeting to solidify its recommendations.
Inmate Sues State Corrections Staff over Kosher Meals
An inmate has filed a lawsuit alleging that state corrections limit his ability to practice his religious beliefs by serving him food that is not kosher.
State Won’t Take Part in next Round of Refugee Resettlements
South Dakota will not participate in the next round of refugee resettlements announced by the White House last week.
South Dakota Teens Lead Police in North Dakota on Van Chase
Two South Dakota teens were arrested in North Dakota after leading officers from two police departments on a chase in a van that police say had been stolen.
75 Years of Mount Rushmore, a Boon for Tourism, Creativity
A historian thought gigantic sculptures of significant Western figures might bring more people to the Black Hills of South Dakota and ran it by an artist in 1924.
Governor Orders Flags at Half-Staff for Former Lawmaker
South Dakota Gov. Dennis Daugaard is ordering flags to fly at half-staff at the Capitol in memory of former state lawmaker Robert Sivertson.