Two former state attorneys general and an ex-judge are among those who plan to encourage South Dakota lawmakers to repeal the state’s death penalty.
People Gather For Vigil Honoring Teen Murder Victim
Family, friends gather for a "Take Back the Site" vigil for Anthony Gabriel
Dozens of people gathered Tuesday evening for a vigil to remember the first homicide victim in Sioux Falls in 2015.
The full state House has approved a proposal that would void a High School Activities Association policy on transgender student participation in sports.
The state House has approved a proposal that would allow people in South Dakota to carry a concealed pistol without a permit.
Governor Gets Bill Legalizing Wine Shipping In SD
Bill lets South Dakotans buy up to 12 cases of wine per year directly from wineries
South Dakotans looking to get their favorite out-of-state vintages shipped to their door are one step closer.
A lawyer representing six South Dakota couples challenging the state’s ban on same-sex marriage has asked a judge to let her ruling take effect immediately and allow weddings in the state.
Measure To Allow Minimum Wage To Decrease Fails In House
Would have allowed minimum wage to decrease with negative inflation
A proposal that would allow South Dakota’s minimum wage to decrease in the event of negative inflation has failed in the state House.
Five former mayors of Rapid City are opposing a proposed $180 million expansion of the Rushmore Plaza Civic Center.
US Air Force Academy Band Performs In South Dakota
The Rockies Clarinet Quartet will perform in Sioux Falls and Brookings
Members of the Rockies Clarinet Quartet stopped by KDLT News Today to talk about their purpose in South Dakota this week and to perform a special concert on the show.
A father of four from Duluth says he knows exactly what happened on board the Chinook helicopter carrying NBC anchor Brian Williams over the Iraq desert in 2003. Allan Kelly was one of three pilots on the helicopter.
South Dakotans who hunt mountain lions outside of the Black Hills Fire Protection District can start using dogs next month.
Storm Open Camp For 2015 Season
Martevious Young Takes Over Under Center
The four-time defending IFL Champion Sioux Falls Storm begin camp for the 2015 season with a new quarterback and their first exhibition game just days away.
SF School Board Offers Compromise On School Start Date
Concerned Citizens Push For Post-Labor Day Start Date
Most students would enjoy a little extra time at the end of summer vacation before heading back to school. With the help of concerned citizens and parents in Sioux Falls, that could soon be a reality.
Jessica Mieras Pushing O’Gorman Towards Title
Senior Center Set To Play For SDSU Next Year
Before joining the South Dakota State women’s basketball program next year, Jessica Mieras hopes to help end O’Gorman’s 20-year championship drought.
Embrace Church has announced the launch of its Summit Ave Campus this Sunday, February 15th with services at 10am, 11:15am and 6:05pm.
An upcoming art show is taking on a sweeter tone than most. It pairs local art with gourmet ice cream, making the show not just entertaining, but delicious too.
A judge has convicted a man accused of driving under the influence and killing two U.S. Fish and Wildlife researchers in Pickstown more than 18 months ago.
Black Hills Power says the company has reached few easements with landowners along the route of a proposed $54 million power line in South Dakota and Wyoming.
Three Circuit Judge Spots Open In South Dakota
Lawmakers also look to add two more positions
South Dakota’s state court system is looking for three new circuit judges and could add two more spots if state lawmakers go along with it.
Balanced Jacks Roll Fort Wayne
SDSU Women Cruise 89-68
The South Dakota State women pulled into second place in the Summit League with an 89-68 home win over IPFW.