Each day, first responders risk their lives serving and protecting those in their communities… sometimes paying the ultimate price. Which is why, as a way to show their appreciation to the men and women who risk their lives, South Dakota Salutes is hosting a free, two day event in Humboldt.
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Voters Cast Decisions Early To Avoid Election Day Rush
The 2016 general election season is under way and registered voters in South Dakota can now begin absentee voting.
The road to recovery from drug or alcohol addiction is usually long and hard. A partnership between Face It TOGETHER Sioux Falls and eight local churches is hoping to ease the recovery process with a new initiative.
Brookings High School Shown Scene Of Possible Distracted Driving Crash
The message, “Don’t Text and Drive,” became visual for Brookings High School students on Thursday.
Before they hit the stage, more and more entertainers and performers are requiring venues like the Denny Sanford Premier Center and the Washington Pavilion be swept for explosive devices.
The North Carolina Department of Transportation website shows a portion of the highway near UNC Charlotte is closed in both directions. The website says the closure is due to police activity.
Sioux Falls Police Say Pills Could Overtake Meth In Next Couple Years
The Sioux Fall Police Department predicts that prescription pills will overtake meth as the second most abused drug in the area behind marijuana.
A big box store in Sioux Falls will close before the end of the year. The Kmart on East 10th Street confirms it’s going out of business.
The sister of a 64-year-old Sturgis woman who was badly injured in a motorcycle crash near Deadwood says a herd of bighorn sheep presents a danger to motorists.
Tribe Allowed To Protest On Federal Land, As Long As They Cover Costs
The permit issued Friday allows protesters to gather to the south of the mouth of the Cannonball River. In exchange for that authority, the tribe assumes responsibility for maintenance, damage and restoration costs, security and safety of protesters, and liability insurance.
"Needs More Time" To Consider Standing Rock Tribe's Emergency Junction Request
A federal appeals court has ordered a halt to construction of another section of the Dakota Access oil pipeline in North Dakota.
A rare Eastern Black Rhino was born Monday, September 12 at the Great Plains Zoo. The male calf is the third Rhino born at the Zoo, and was the first Eastern Black Rhino born as part of the Association of Zoos & Aquarium’s (AZA) endangered species breeding program since 2014.
The halftime show at the sold-out Minnesota Vikings home game against the Green Bay Packers belongs to the Minnesota Orchestra.
After Ohio Officer Involved Shooting, BB Gun Appearances Come To Question
A 13-year old bank robbery suspect was shot and killed by Columbus, Ohio police Wednesday night after authorities say he pulled a BB gun out of his waistband during a pursuit.
Organizers of a family-sanctioned Prince tribute concert in his hometown of Minneapolis have yet to announce a lineup of musicians or ticket sale plans for the Oct. 13 show at the city’s new NFL stadium.
The Sioux Falls Police Department is warning drivers to stay safe while the city is experiencing a large amount of rain in a short period of time.
NCAA and ACC Have Pulled Championships From NC Due To Bathroom Law
While Bryan Miller and the Sioux Falls Sports Authority was preparing to host several NCAA events, South Dakota legislature was debating their own so-called bathroom bill, House Bill 1008.
A legendary college football coach and former ESPN analyst is coming to Watertown to speak at an event at the end of September.
The community college where President Obama delivered a commencement speech last year is once again a finalist for a prestigious high education award.
Injuries, Fires and Explosions Due To Battery Defect Reported Across Country
Last week, the FAA warned Galaxy Note7 owners to avoid using or charging the device while on an airplane due to explosion concerns.