Health officials say there’s a major health concern in South Dakota: Sexually Transmitted Diseases are on the rise. The number of cases reported in Minnehaha County so far this year suggest the problem is only getting worse.
UPDATE: South Dakota Escapee Captured After Chase
David Holloway was arrested in Lincoln Co. Monday night
An escaped South Dakota inmate is back in custody after leading authorities from three states on two separate chases Monday. Lincoln County Sheriff’s officials confirm 36-year-old David Holloway was taken into custody Monday night.
A 2-year-old boy will be okay after police say he fell from a third story window in Sioux Falls.
Staff, Students Say Goodbye To Mark Twain: ‘It’s so final now.’
Elementary School To Be Torn Down
After 94 years, Mark Twain Elementary in Sioux Falls is now closed for good. The school on West 27th Street is being torn down to make way for a new school, Susan B. Anthony, which is already under construction next door.
The Start Of A Beautiful Friendship?
Nonprofit Organization Wants To Clean Up Big Sioux River
In 2012, the Big Sioux was identified as the 13th dirtiest river in the United States. Now, a group of concerned citizens says it’s time we do something about it. They’re taking their fight to the city of Sioux Falls.
UPDATE: Police say a fiery crash that sent two people to the hospital is the result of a road rage incident.
Progress In Delmont Two Days After Tornado
Nearly 50 Buildings Destroyed By Storm
It’s been two days since an EF-2 tornado touched down in Delmont, and now the damage is even more evident in the small South Dakota town.
High School Students from Tripp-Delmont School are helping clear tornado debris from their lunch lady’s field.
Sen. John Thune and Rep. Kristi Noem toured the devastation in Delmont Monday afternoon.
Delmont Tornado Victims Begin Recovery Process
Homes Destroyed After Sunday Tornado
Delmont residents returned to their homes Monday to dig through debris and try to salvage what they can.
Delmont residents returned to their homes today to dig through debris, trying to salvage what they can. A powerful EF-2 tornado cut through the small town yesterday morning, injuring nine people and destroying at least 2-dozen homes.
‘We Lost Everything’: Tornado Victims Seek Comfort From Volunteers
American Red Cross Seeking Monetary Donations
At times like these, it’s the American Red Cross that helps those in need. Shortly after a tornado hit Delmont, more than a dozen volunteers from the Dakotas and Minnesota sprung into action. Tornado victims are finding comfort from them.
9 Injured, Dozens Displaced After Delmont Tornado
Mother's Day Storm Cuts Through Small Town
Dozens of Delmont residents were homeless Sunday night after an EF-2 tornado blew through the area around 10:45 a.m.
It was later than expected, but President Barack Obama did make his way to South Dakota, and has now officially visited all 50 states as president.
Sioux Falls Police say a man threatened to shoot his wife and then himself with a rifle Thursday night after she wouldn’t buy him alcohol.
SFPD: Mom Helps Catch Man Soliciting Daughter
22-Year-Old Arrested After Arranging Meeting
Sioux Falls Police are asking parents to monitor what their children are doing online. It comes after police say a mother helped them catch a 22-year-old man who was soliciting her daughter.
Adults With Autism Face Employment Hurdles
Finding a job is one of the biggest struggles for autistic adults
According to the CDC, 1 in 68 children in the United States is diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder. It’s currently the fastest growing developmental disability. Over the next decade, an estimated 500,000 young adults with autism will reach working age. But finding someone who will hire them isn’t easy.
Lincoln Students Spend Night In Jail, Appear In Court
Bond Set at $500
The two teens accused of vandalizing Lincoln High School early Wednesday morning appeared in court for the first time Thursday. Both Addison Park and Alex Engel are now facing felony charges after school officials say what they believe was a senior prank got out of hand.
Two Sioux Falls men are behind bars, accused of stealing another man’s brief case and holding it for ransom.
LHS Principal On Suspected Vandals: ‘They’ll graduate, but they may not walk.’
Two Students Arrested After School Vandalized Overnight
Two 18-year-olds from Lincoln High School in Sioux Falls have been arrested, including their standout basketball star, after allegedly vandalizing the school overnight. School officials say what they believe was a senior prank created such a mess, classes didn’t start until 10 a.m.