South Dakota’s Soybean Crop Expected to Be Record-Size
South Dakota's soybean crop is expected to set a record, but corn production in the state this year is forecast to be down.
Rapid City Man Injured in Oct. 31 Crash Dies in Hospital
A Rapid City man who was injured in a vehicle crash late last month has died.
Army Corps Wants More Cooperation from Dakota Access Company
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers says it's trying to diffuse tensions between Dakota Access pipeline protesters and law enforcement.
Gregory Man Accused of Killing Infant Son Found Not Guilty
A Gregory man accused of killing his infant son by shaking him and causing severe brain damage has been found not guilty on all charges.
Woman Convicted in Arson, Insurance Case Sentenced to Prison
A woman convicted of setting fire to a bar and grill she co-owned in Herreid to get insurance money has been sentenced to four years in prison
Pierre Residents Soundly Reject $14.5 Million Event Center
Residents of Pierre have soundly rejected a proposed $14.5 million recreation and event center.
Harvest of Late-Season Crops in South Dakota Winding down
The harvest of late-season crops in South Dakota is winding down.
Bemidji State Football Coach Fired; Group to File Grievance
Longtime Bemidji State University head football coach Jeff Tesch has been fired.
Special Questions Weigh down South Dakota Ballot
Ten ballot measures, some with some big consequences, are the main feature Tuesday for voters casting ballots in heavily Republican South Dakota.
Ballot Bingo: Untangling South Dakota’s Crowded Ballot
With 10 separate questions on South Dakota's ballot Nov. 8, voters would do well to do a little research beforehand.