‘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.
Republican Thune, Democrat Williams to Meet in Senate Debate
Republican U.S. Sen. John Thune is meeting Democratic challenger Jay Williams for the first debate in their race.
Authorities Probe Meth Incident at State Mental Hospital
Authorities in Yankton say they're investigating an incident in which methamphetamine was brought into the state mental health hospital.
2 Ballot Measure Campaigns Dominate Broadcast TV Advertising
Supporters of two ballot measures are dominating political advertising on television in South Dakota ahead of the November election.
State Judge Orders Horses at Troubled Sanctuary Impounded
A state judge has ordered two county governments to take control of an estimated 650 wild horses at a north-central South Dakota sanctuary.
Authorities ID 4 Victims of Pine Ridge Duplex Gas Explosion
Authorities have identified four people killed in a duplex explosion on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation.
State Task Force Investigating Phone Found in Locker Room
A Crimes Against Children Task Force will investigate the discovery of a cellphone in a locker room where girl volleyball players were dressing.
Plane Makes Successful Emergency Landing in Mitchell
Engine problems forced a turboprop plane flying from North Dakota, to Sioux Falls to make an emergency landing in the South Dakota city of Mitchell.
Art Exhibit Presents Lakota Story of Emerging from Cave
A traveling exhibit that pairs Native American art with passages of a story narrating the emergence of the Lakota people is now on display in South Dakota.