FAA Restricts Flights in Pipeline Protest Area
The FAA is restricting flights over an area of North Dakota where law enforcement and people protesting the construction of the Dakota Access oil pipeline.
Rain, High Grain Moisture Hampers Some South Dakota Farmers
Rain last week hampered the harvest in some parts of central and southeastern South Dakota.
South Dakota Chef Revitalizing Native American Cuisine
A chef with roots on South Dakota's Pine Ridge Indian Reservation is eager to bring the food of his culture to a bigger audience.
Authorities ID 16-Year-Old Faulkton Boy Killed in Crash
Authorities have identified a Faulkton teenager who was killed in a crash in Edmunds County.
Foster Mother Pleads Guilty to Reduced Charge in Boy’s Death
A Sioux Falls woman accused of killing her 2-year-old foster son has pleaded guilty to a reduced charge.
Crash on East Side of Bowdle Kills 1 Teen, Injures Another
One teenager was killed and another seriously injured when their car collided with a semitrailer in Edmunds County.
Pine Ridge Man Sentenced to 14 Years in 2015 Slaying
A Pine Ridge man has been sentenced to 14 years in federal prison for his role in the slaying of a 30-year-old man last year.
Gregory Man on Trial for Allegedly Killing His Infant Son
A Gregory man accused of killing his infant son by shaking him and causing severe brain damage is on trial in Gregory County.
South Dakota Farm, Ranch Land Drops in Value per Acre
The average value of farm and ranch land in South Dakota has dropped for the first time in at least a quarter century.
Mark Ruffalo, Jesse Jackson to Join Dakota Access Protest
The Rev. Jesse Jackson says he is going to North Dakota to join the protest against the Dakota Access oil pipeline.