Tom Vining of Sioux Falls won the local qualifier with a four-under-par round of 70-68–138.
State Rep. Steve Hickey has resigned his seat in the South Dakota House of Representatives. Hickey, a Sioux Falls Republican, has served in the state House since 2011.
The Multi-Cultural Center of Sioux Falls provides many free, beneficial programs for children including Froggy Reads, Natives Count, Native Youth Club, C.A.R.E. Summer Camps, Self-Defense/Karate, and Ethnic Youth Day.
A legal dispute between Mitchell and a man who was in line to be the next director of the city’s Corn Palace tourist attraction appears headed for trial.
The state’s Blue Ribbon Task Force on Teachers and Students is meeting to discuss problems in South Dakota’s education system.
As Major League Baseball’s All-Star Game approaches, the Cultural Heritage Center in Pierre is reminding fans of its ongoing exhibit that traces the history of baseball in South Dakota.
More supporters than opponents at Monday's meeting
The permit to allow construction of the Keystone XL pipeline in South Dakota will have to be certified by the PUC again. The commission gave the public a chance to weigh-in in Pierre before a decision is made.
Penny Olson from the Sioux Empire Fruit Club and Daryl Nordquist from the South Dakota Special Olympics talk about the Peach Festival at Yankton Trail Park on July 25th. Penny shares a Peach Cobbler with Meagan and Tom in the KDLT Kitchen.
Authorities say a female prisoner who was found unconscious and not breathing in a Brown County holding cell died at a local hospital.
The South Dakota Highway Patrol is offering a $3,000 bonus to current certified law enforcement officers who choose to become troopers.
A grizzly bear exhibit at the Minnesota Zoo is temporarily closed after one of the bears picked up a basketball-sized rock and shattered a barrier.
Joseph James, 29, of Madison was arrested.
Two Madison, Minnesota, businesses suffered property damage from attempted break in late Friday night or early Saturday morning.
Augustana men’s and women’s basketball both ranked in the top five in NCAA Division II in attendance for the 2014-15 season the NCAA announced on Monday.
The Summit League Men’s Basketball Tournament ranked among the top-10 for highest average attendance during the 2014-15 Division I season according to the recently released NCAA attendance report.
A local student will continue her education this fall with the help of The Empire Mall and Simon Youth Foundation.
Legendary baseball star Jack Clark will appear at Sioux Falls Stadium as part of the 2015 Principal Financial Dreams Tour on Tuesday, July 7th.
The Minnesota Pollution Control Agency is issuing an air pollution warning for northern Minnesota due to smoke from wildfires in Canada.
A woman who started the South Dakota custom of bringing Christmas trees to the state Capitol in Pierre has died.
A South Dakota centenarian taking part in this year’s National Senior Games is playing to win.
The South Dakota Public Utilities Commission has slated a public hearing on the Keystone XL pipeline project.