Attorneys for a Minnesota state trooper say criminal charges resulting from a deadly crash in Cannon Falls should be dismissed or a new trial ordered because of misconduct on the part of prosecutors.
During Hot Summer Nights, on Wednesday, July 15, beginning at 5:45 p.m., Sioux Area Metro bus routes 1, 2, 3, 6, 8, 10, and 19 will load and unload on Dakota Avenue between Tenth Street and 11th Street.
A 16-year old juvenile escaped from the Brookings County Detention Center on Monday evening.
Deal is for 10 years and worth $2.2 million
Sioux Falls Mayor Mike Huether announced Tuesday morning that the city’s first indoor pool will be named the Midco Aquatics Center.
An adult and a juvenile were killed in a two-vehicle accident, southeast of Flandreau on Monday morning.
Archaeologists working at the Prehistoric Indian Village in Mitchell have uncovered an intact ceramic pot.
Spearfish residents who sued the city over sewer backups have settled out of court for an undisclosed amount of money.
The director of financial assistance for Mount Marty College has been named to a task force that plans the programming of a national financial aid conference.
An Aberdeen-based printing company says it has laid off 55 employees in response to a decrease in customer demand.
As temperatures climb into the upper 90s across the region, it’s not just people looking to escape the heat.
A Sioux Falls teacher is facing charges after he admitted to taking photos and videos up women’s skirts.
UPDATE: Darren Steven Marks is in custody according to the Minnesota Department of Corrections. Marks was arrested without incident in the Big Lake areaof Sherburne County, after a concerned citizen called 911. He iscurrently in the Sherburne County Jail.
The Museum of the South Dakota State Historical Society at the Cultural Heritage Center in Pierre will be hosting a program entitled, “10 Things You Did Not Know About the Northern League” at 2 p.m. CDT on Saturday, July 18.
Mount Marty College’s Director of Financial Assistance, Ken Kocer, was recently appointed by the National Association of Financial Aid Administrators (NASFAA) to serve on the 2016 NASFAA Conference Program Task Force.
A New York-based company that specializes in large-scale renewable energy projects says it’s building a 55-turbine wind farm in north central South Dakota.
South Dakota Gov. Dennis Daugaard says higher revenues and lower-than-anticipated spending mean the state has ended the 2015 budget year with a surplus for the fourth year in a row.
A Nora, Nebraska man was arrested Monday morning on multiple drug related charges and an assault charge.
Teacher accused of using "shoe cam" to take photos up women's skirts
Sioux Falls Police say a teacher at Roosevelt High School is suspected of taking photos up women’s skirts using a homemade shoe camera.
The Honorable Gregory Stoltenburg, presiding judge for the Third Judicial Circuit, is pleased to announce that the South Dakota Supreme Court has approved the appointment of Dawn Elshere as the new full-time magistrate judge for the Third Judicial Circuit.
Two Yankton, SD, residents were killed Sunday afternoon after an accident on Highway 52, five miles west of Yankton.