Spring Planting Well Behind Average Pace in South Dakota
Spring planting remains well behind the average pace in South Dakota after bad weather and flooding last month.
Bond Adjusted for Mother Accused in 1981 Baby Death
A judge has given a Sioux Falls woman accused in the 1981 death of her newborn a better chance at leaving jail as she awaits her trial.
South Dakota Students Win $10K for Fuel-efficient Invention
A pair of students at the South Dakota School of Mines and Technology has won two awards totaling $10,000 in prize money.
2 Plead Not Guilty to Conspiracy to Distribute Cocaine
Two Sioux Falls men have pleaded not guilty to conspiring to distribute cocaine.
Jury Convicts Former Brookings Aquaponics Company Official of Fraud
A federal jury has convicted a former executive of a South Dakota company accused of defrauding investors in a scheme to build an $11 million fish farm.
Murder Trial of Mitchell Man Moved to Yankton County
The trial of a Mitchell man accused of suffocating his wife has been moved from Davison County to Yankton County.
U.S. Measles Cases Top 700, Many Illnesses Among Kids
Measles continues to spread in the United States, with more 704 cases reported so far this year spread among 22 states.
Serenity Dennard Search Will Continue
Search will continue until 9-year old girl is found.
College Hawaiian Day Issue Didn’t Violate Student Free Speech
University of South Dakota investigation clears administrators. Rights were not violated.
Judge: School Board Fight Doesn’t Belong in Federal Court
A judge has ruled a Rapid City woman's fight to be on the local school board doesn't belong in federal court.