Suspect in Explosives Case Pleads Not Guilty to Other Counts
Man suspected of making homemade explosive device in Pukwana has pleaded not guilty to several charges related to his eventual arrest in Mitchell.
State Won’t Seek Death Penalty in Sioux Falls Fatal Shooting
Prosecutors will not seek the death penalty against a suspect should he be convicted of fatally shooting another man outside of a Sioux Falls casino.
2 Suspects in Alleged Mitchell Kidnapping Plead Not Guilty
Two suspects in the alleged September kidnapping of a 66-year-old man in Mitchell have pleaded not guilty to kidnapping and robbery.
Man Pleads Not Guilty in Foltz Family Burglary Case
A man has pleaded not guilty to charges that he burglarized the home of the brother of the late Nebraska punter Sam Foltz.
Cottonwood Fire Now Estimated to Have Burned 65 Square Miles
A prairie fire in western South Dakota that destroyed buildings and killed livestock is now estimated to have scorched 65 square miles.
Ipswich Man Hurt in Motorcycle-Deer Crash Dies of Injuries
An Ipswich man whose motorcycle collided with a deer early this month has died of his injuries.
Defendant in Child Rape Case Wants Statements Thrown Out
The lawyer for a Rapid City woman accused of raping a 4-year-old girl while baby-sitting a year ago is asking a judge to throw out statements.
Onida Asked to Issue Tax-Free Muni Bonds for Ethanol Plant
The South Dakota Supreme Court last month removed the final obstacle for a $150 million ethanol plant in Sully County.
‘Democracy Now’ Reporter to Plead Not Guilty to Riot Charge
Reporter Amy Goodman plans to plead not guilty to riot charge stemming from her coverage of a protest against the construction of the Dakota Access oil pipeline
Rain Hampers Corn, soybean Harvests in Eastern South Dakota
Heavy rain in eastern South Dakota over the past week put a temporary halt to the corn and soybean harvests in that region.