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.
Lawsuit Settled over 2008 Hunting Accident in South Dakota
The wife of a South Dakota man who was killed in a 2008 hunting accident has settled her lawsuit against Remington Arms Co.
River Body Confirmed as That of Missing Iowa College Student
South Dakota authorities have confirmed that a body recovered from the Missouri River was that of a missing Iowa college student.
USD Trying to Attract More Native Americans to Law School
The University of South Dakota is trying to attract more Native Americans to law school.
Man Faces Drug-Related Charges after Pierre Airport Arrest
A California man is facing drug-related charges after he was arrested at the airport in Pierre when he was getting checked to board a flight to Denver.
Google Expands Express Delivery Service to Sioux Falls
Google is expanding its Express delivery service to Sioux Falls.
Mental Health Care Center Pays Back Wages after Fed Probe
A Sioux Falls mental health care provider has paid almost $10,000 in back wages and damages following a federal investigation.
Rash of Crimes Prompts Aberdeen Police to Open New Office
A rash of violent crimes in Aberdeen has prompted the city's police department to open a satellite office in a former mall.
Brule County Authorities Detonate Homemade Explosive Device
Law enforcement authorities in Brule County have detonated a homemade explosive device found in a rural Pukwana home.