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.
No One Injured in Late-Night Aberdeen Drive-By Shooting
Aberdeen police are investigating a drive-by shooting during which 11 rounds were fired from a vehicle into an apartment complex.
South Dakota Pheasants down but Hunting Still Should Be Good
An annual survey shows a 20 percent drop in pheasants in South Dakota, but officials say hunting should still be good this fall.
Midwest Economic Survey Figures Show Slight Improvement
Figures from a survey of supply managers in nine Midwest and Plains states have risen slightly but still suggest slow or no economic growth ahead.