Spring Planting Getting Underway in South Dakota
Spring planting is getting underway in South Dakota.
False Statement Conviction Overturned in Pine Ridge Assault Case
A federal judge has overturned the conviction of a Pine Ridge man accused of making a false statement in an assault case.
Second Businessman Accused of Defrauding Investors on Trial
A second South Dakota businessman accused of defrauding investors in a scheme to build an $11 million fish farm is on trial in federal court.
Ex-governor’s Farm Could be Sioux Falls’ Next Commercial Hub
Developers want to turn the Sioux Falls family farm of a former South Dakota governor into the next bustling commercial district as the city expands eastward.
Fort Thompson Man Faces Life Sentence on Sexual Abuse Charges
A South Dakota man has been indicted by a federal grand jury for aggravated sexual abuse and abusive sexual contact.
85-year-old Man Killed in Faulk County Crash
The South Dakota Highway Patrol says an elderly driver died when his car collided head-on with an SUV in Faulk County.
Top Court Skeptical of Argus Leader’s Argument Over Food Stamp Data
The Supreme Court on Monday seemed inclined to rule against the Argus Leader seeking data about the government's food assistance program.
Lake Hiddenwood’s Future Unknown After Federal Funds Denied
The future of South Dakota's Lake Hiddenwood Recreation Area is in doubt after a request for federal funding to restore its dam was denied.
Ex-fire Chief Convicted of Theft Could Have Record Sealed
The former chief of the Spearfish Volunteer Fire Department who pleaded guilty to stealing thousands of dollars from a firefighter's association.
Agency that Runs Missouri River Dams Criticized
The agency that manages dams along the Missouri River received stern criticism from U.S. senators at the start of a hearing examining this year's flooding.