The state House of Representatives has passed a measure that would more easily allow the state to react to deadly disease outbreaks.
Federal authorities are encouraging people in North Dakota and South Dakota to watch out for quickly changing ice conditions on all reservoirs in the states.
Sioux Falls Golfers Hit The Driving Range
Unseasonably warm temps allow Prairie Green to open range
The calendar may read January but the mercury is rising with temperatures making it feel like early spring. Golfers are taking advantage of the unseasonably warm days as Prairie Green Golf Course has opened its driving range.
SF Police Host First-Ever “Coffee With A Cop”
Coffee With A Cop aims to connect officers with community
If you want to meet one-on-one with a Sioux Falls Police Officer, you’ll have two chances this week. The police department is hosting its first-ever Coffee With A Cop
A South Dakota legislative panel has stalled in coming up with a solution to improve bicycle safety in the state.
The trial for a former U.S. Senate candidate accused of election law violations has been delayed again.
Lighted Domes To Be Installed On Mitchell’s Corn Palace
Corn Palace Renovations To Be Done By April
The mayor of Mitchell expects a renovation project at the Corn Palace to be done by April.
East Coast Blizzard Affecting SD Travel
Causing Flight Delays & Cancellations
What’s been called the ‘storm of the century’ is leaving many travelers across the country out in the cold.
The man accused of raping and strangling a Sioux Falls woman to death appeared in court Monday afternoon. 41-year-old Christopher Kryger is accused of murdering 56-year-old Kari Kirkegaard in her home last March.
The FBI has found no criminal activity during its investigation into the November dog-attack death of an 8-year-old girl on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation.
The South Dakota Senate has approved a proposal that attempts to shift juvenile offenders toward community-based services and significantly decrease the number committed to the care of the state Department of Corrections.
Licenses allowing people to hunt and fish in South Dakota expire Saturday.
A ticket sold in Watertown has won the $102,417 Dakota Cash jackpot.
A group in Pierre hopes to turn a public elementary school that is scheduled to close this spring into a private Christian school that will open in the fall.
The Brookings Post Office is marking 100 years of operation this year.
Vermillion Police Get Funding For Body Cameras
Funding Brings Body Cameras To Police
The police department in Vermillion and the Clay County Sheriff’s Office are the latest entities to receive state funds to purchase body-worn cameras.
Body Of WY Man Recovered From SD Lake
ATV Broke Through Ice
Crews have recovered the body of a Wyoming man after an all-terrain vehicle broke through the ice of a lake in northwestern South Dakota.
SDSU Wrestlers Beat Cal Poly & Fall To #17 Oregon State
Jacks Split A Pair Of Matches At Frost Arena
SDSU’s wrestling team defeated Cal Poly 23-10 but lost to #17 Oregon State 35-6.
Waselenchuk Beats Carson For Lewis Pro Title
Carson Takes Doubles Title
Kane Waselenchuk defeats Rocky Carson 3-0 to take the Lewis Pro/Am Pro Singles Title.
The state has awarded more than $6,000 to the Moody County Sheriff’s Office for the purchase of stun guns.