Senate Panel OKs Campus Carry Despite Higher Ed Opposition
A South Dakota Senate panel has approved a bill that would bar public universities and technical schools from restricting people's ability to carry guns on campus.
Soybean Production Sets Record in South Dakota in 2018
Soybean production in South Dakota set a record high last year, while the dry pea crop was a record low.
South Dakota House OKs Industrial Hemp Bill despite Noem’s Call for Delay
State representatives overwhelmingly advanced legislation Monday to legalize industrial hemp in South Dakota.
Search for Missing 9-Year-Old Girl in South Dakota on Hold
Authorities have put on hold the search for a 9-year-old girl who ran away from a residential youth home amid frigid weather more than a week ago in South Dakota.
South Dakota House Approves Reporter Shield Measure
House lawmakers have approved protections for journalists who refuse to disclose information or sources after Gov. Kristi Noem pushed for a reporter shield law.
South Dakota Coyotes Ranked for First Time in School History
South Dakota has been on the rise since moving up to Division I. Now the Coyotes can add an appearance in The AP women's basketball poll to their achievements.
Settlement in Lawsuit over Improperly Raised Premiums
The proposed settlement to be considered by a judge later this month would resolve an eight-year-old class-action lawsuit initially filed by a Rapid City couple.
Victim Stabbed Repeatedly in Sioux Falls
Police are looking for the suspect who stabbed a person in Sioux Falls.
Kevin Obanor Leads Oral Roberts Golden Eagles past South Dakota Coyotes 86-72
Kevin Obanor had 24 points and 14 rebounds as Oral Roberts topped South Dakota 86-72 on Sunday.
Council to Draft New Proposal for Beekeeping in City Limits
Sioux Falls officials are reconsidering the city's restrictions on beekeeping after recent media attention about the declining bee population created a buzz.