Two Sioux Falls boys are in the hospital, one of them in critical condition, after a near drowning.
A state prison offers inmates the chance to give back to the community with a little elbow grease.
South Dakota’s congressional delegation is speaking out about Donald Trump’s historic win.
One person is dead, another is fighting for their life after a car crash in northern Minnehaha County.
Women in South Dakota are invited to participate in a breast cancer study.
A police chase across eastern South Dakota ends with a teen in custody facing several charges.
UPDATE: The Brown County Coroner has released the identities of the two boys killed in a mobile home fire Tuesday morning.
Voters are not only choosing candidates in major races this upcoming election, but also deciding on important ballot measures. One of those items is Initiated Measure 22.
A nonprofit based in Canton provides education for students living in poverty overseas. Now, the charity is getting a unique gift to send to those children thanks to a couple in Sioux Falls.
The U.S. Navy has approved the crest of a submarine that’s a point of pride in South Dakota.
After searching for a month, Mitchell police say a kidnapping suspect is finally in custody.
Sioux Falls police are looking for the suspect in a gas station robbery overnight.
Aberdeen police are praising a young boy in their community after a sweet gesture.
Aberdeen police discover thousands of dollars worth of meth in a pawn shop.
Kidnapping, second degree rape charges dropped
There are new developments tonight in the case involving a man charged with raping a Sioux Falls teenager. Friday, prosecutors dropped two of the three initial charges against Jason Becker including second degree rape and kidnapping.
A Yankton teacher is the 2017 South Dakota Teacher of the Year.
The Hand County Sheriff’s Office is investigating an ATV crash that happened Thursday afternoon.
Yankton police need the public’s help after a stabbing Wednesday afternoon.
The Red Cross is looking for volunteers in South Dakota to help after Hurricane Matthew left widespread damage on the southeast coast.
Imagine going through the winter season without a coat, hat or gloves. That’s the reality for some families in need who move to South Dakota.