Police in Rapid City are creating a new part-time position to increase cultural understanding between law enforcement and the community.
The interim leader of the Archdiocese of St. Paul and Minneapolis says he expects the church’s legal difficulties will be among the most urgent problems he’ll need to address.
A South Dakota Hutterite colony and a Montana company are fighting in court after a business partnership to build and market energy-efficient homes ended.
A car collided with a motorcycle west of Sioux Falls on Thursday killing a Marion, S.D. man.
A U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service official says the agency has no plans to close the D.C. Booth Historic National Fish Hatchery and Archives in South Dakota.
Officials are planning to market South Dakota’s Black Hills region to China, Germany and the United Kingdom.
Kimball’s chance to be the honorary state Capital for a Day this month is approaching quickly.
Gov. Dennis Daugaard is asking federal officials to join state and local teams as they assess the extent of the damaged caused by severe storms last month.
An increase in police calls to Heritage Park continues, just a week after officers announced that the park had become somewhat of a problem area.
A Walworth County jury found Richard Litschewski guilty of three child sex crimes in 1997. Litschewski was sentenced to serve three consecutive terms for a total of 27 ½ years.
A 14-year-old boy who developed a rare brain infection after swimming in a western Minnesota lake has died.
Groups opposing plans to build an oil pipeline across Iowa say organizers have submitted more than 2,600 written statements against the project.
Senior military leaders from North Dakota say Congress should resist attempts to water down a bill that sets nutrition standards in schools.
Sioux Falls Police say that 15-year-old Samuel, who was missing since earlier this morning, has been found safe and returned home.He was located near 26th and Discovery Road around noon.
Hazy conditions across the West are in part due to large wildfires raging across Canada, blazes fueled by the same hot, dry conditions that have sparked fires in the United States.
Police say a Sioux Falls teenager has been missing since Thursday morning. Officer Sam Clemens says Samuel, who is 15, left his family’s camper near 12th Street and Marion Road around 8:30 a.m.
The Summit League has announced the dates, sites and hosts for all 19 of its sport championships for 2015-16 season and South Dakota will host 4 of them.
While emergency sirens in Pierre sounded during a severe thunderstorm in late June, the three sirens in neighboring Fort Pierre remained silent.
The people of the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation are no strangers to hardship or to the risk of lives being cut short. But a recent string of seven suicides by teenagers has shaken this impoverished community and sent tribal leaders on an urgent mission to stop the deaths.
The three giant Gateway Arches that for 35 years told travelers that they were in Sioux City have come crashing down.