Effort to Rezone of Sioux Falls Farmstead Put on Hold
A Sioux Falls developer is putting on hold its plans to build a large apartment complex on the site of a century-old urban farmstead.
Upcoming Market to Feature Variety of Native American Art
An art market coming to South Dakota this month will feature the work of several Native Americans artists from the Northern Plains.
Man Charged for Attempted Transfer of Obscene Material
Federal authorities say a Sioux Falls man has been charged with two counts after he tried to transfer obscene material and attempted to entice a minor online.
Supreme Court to Begin October Term at Northern State
The South Dakota Supreme Court will begin its October court term at Northern State University in Aberdeen.
Ruling in 2013 Storm-Related Case Prompts Policy Reviews
Dozens of ranchers are reportedly revising their insurance policies following a South Dakota Supreme Court ruling.
Man Charged in South Dakota Reservation Crash Acquitted
A federal jury has acquitted a Texas man facing an involuntary manslaughter charge stemming from a crash on the Rosebud Indian Reservation last summer.
Daugaard Accepting Nominations for Rapid City District
South Dakota Gov. Dennis Daugaard is accepting nominations from the public to fill a vacancy in the state House, following the death of a lawmaker.
Murder Trial of Former Police Chief Begins Monday in Burke
A former South Dakota police chief goes on trial this week, years after he claimed that his young fiancee was shot and killed in a tragic hunting accident
Prairie, Ruffed, Sage Grouse Seasons Open Saturday
South Dakota's prairie and ruffed grouse seasons open Saturday.
Growing Sioux Falls Charity Building $1.6 Million Addition
A Sioux Falls charity that helps the hungry and the poor is building a $1.6 million addition to increase worship and dining space.