The Federal Transportation Department has granted city officials in Pierre more time to study air service options.
A legislative panel has defeated a measure to require South Dakota businesses to offer workers paid sick leave.
Mitchell Leaders Contemplate Allowing Chickens In Town
Council members agree to discuss the issue at a February 16th meeting
The Mitchell City Council is weighing whether to allow its residents to raise chickens in the city.Peggy Miiller asked council members this week to consider the idea, and they agreed to discuss it further at their next meeting on Feb. 16.A current city ordinance bans ducks, geese, chickens and other domestic fowl from within 100 feet of occupied buildings and all residential areas of the city.Miiller says that should be changed because raising chickens can be educational for a family and a source of food. She says Sioux Falls and Spearfish already allow it.Miiller says there should be rules, such as limiting the number to six hens and no roosters.
A legislative panel is set to consider a measure to require South Dakota businesses to offer employees paid sick leave.
Bond Set At $500,000 For Groton Man Accused In Drug Bust
Judge believes Timothy Thurston, 45, is a flight risk
A judge has set bond at half a million dollars for a Groton man accused of threatening a witness in a drug bust.
Sioux Falls Man Arrested For Stealing Car, Crashing It
Steven Garcia, 18, stole vehicle and intentionally rammed it into another car
An 18 -year-old man is behind bars after Sioux Falls police say he stole a vehicle and intentionally rammed it into another car.
One Person Hospitalized After Sioux Falls House Fire
Sioux Falls Fire Rescue resonded to the fire Wednesday evening
One man was taken to the hospital after a house fire in Sioux Falls Wednesday evening. Firefighters were called to 3701 E. Claudette Drive at 7 p.m. When they arrived, they found light smoke coming from the home.
The Minnehaha County Sheriff’s Office says a SD Department of Transportation worker was seriously injured in accident near Dell Rapids Wednesday morning.
New Restaurant To Open In Cherapa Place
ODE To Food & Drinks to open in former Wild Sage Grille
ODE To Food & Drinks plans to open in early April in the former Wild Sage Grille space in Cherapa Place.
Sioux Falls Police announced today the department investigated six homicides in 2014 and solved all six cases. According to the FBI, the 2013 national average is 64% 2014 statistics are not yet available.
Police say a rural Elk Point man died after apparently being struck by a skid-steer loader in Vermillion.
A judge has ordered a psychological evaluation for a former U.S. Senate candidate in South Dakota who was indicted for election law violations.
A legislative committee is expected to consider several proposals to hike lawmakers’ compensation.
‘The Bachelor’ Is To Feature Deadwood Hotel
Upcoming Episode Will Feature Deadwood Mountain Grand Hotel
An upcoming episode of the popular ABC dating show “The Bachelor” will feature a Deadwood hotel.
The state-owned television network that broadcasts high school activities and statehouse coverage is raising money for a new mobile production truck.
A legislative panel is set to consider a measure that would authorize three new voter-approved games in Deadwood.
Two Sioux Falls teens charged with killing a man they were fighting with are in the Sioux Falls jail on $1 million bond each.
A legislative panel has added nearly $2 million in new revenue to Gov. Dennis Daugaard’s $50.9 million funding hike for roads and bridges.
A federal appeals court has agreed to hear arguments this spring from three more states defending gay marriage bans.
The Compass Center To Host Silent Auction Fundraiser
Money raised will help fight domestic violence problems in the area
A local organization in Sioux Falls works hard year round to fight back against domestic violence, providing help and guidance for those who are in violent situations.