An inmate who walked away from a minimum security unit in Sioux Falls last week has been arrested in Iowa.
One week afer losing two-year-old girl to illness
It’s been just over a week since a two-year-old Sioux Falls girl died unexpectedly from Flu complications. Now her family is hoping other parents will realize the severity of the illness.
People throughout the Midwest are getting an extended break from the typical January weather and the mid-January “thaw” is bringing people throughout the Sioux Empire outside.
Residents in a small town in Southeastern South Dakota say they’re facing a huge problem. The potential for a chicken farm to be built north of Parker has been a hot button topic for many in the area.
Shoppers Hit Downtown Sioux Falls
With the warmer temps hitting the area, hundreds of people are roaming downtown Sioux Falls this weekend for the city’s annual Winter Crazy Days event.
Hits College Campuses In South Dakota
Attorney General Marty Jackley says a dangerous synthetic drug that’s become popular with young people has made its way to South Dakota college campuses.
South Dakota Considering Bill To Require Test
Arizona on Thursday became the first state to require the U.S. citizenship test. Utah, South Dakota, Tennessee and other states are considering similar bills.
A judge has ruled that off-duty police officers may carry handguns at Minnesota Vikings games at TCF Bank Stadium.
Feb. 2 Deadline For Advice On Pipeline
The State Department has set a Feb. 2 deadline for federal agencies to provide advice on whether to move forward with the hotly debated Keystone XL pipeline.
S.D. Could Have $12.8 Million Deficit
New long-range budget forecasts from Gov. Dennis Daugaard’s administration show South Dakota could have a $12.8 million budget deficit in fiscal year 2018.
Warriors win city rivalry game over Patriots
The Warriors got a win on their home court Thursday night against city rival Lincoln.
The Augustana College baseball team will embark on the trip of a life time on Saturday, Jan. 15, when they take off for Managua, Nicaragua.
Authorities have identified a man shot by a police officer in Beresford.
Sioux Falls Jazz & Blues is looking for musicians to take the stage at JazzFest 2015 this summer
Fatal Shooting in Twin Cities
Police say a man has been fatally shot after an encounter with officers in the Twin Cities suburb of Bloomington.
Inmate Skyler Culp Missing
Department of Corrections staff members and local law enforcement are searching for a missing state prison inmate from Sioux Falls.
Assisted with 5 house fires in past week
They’re heroes without the capes or badges, providing relief and aid to those affected by disaster. Within the last week there have been five house fires which have stretched available resources however, spirits are still high.
Runaway was last seen Jan. 5 entering high school
The Sioux Falls Police Department says Faith McShane, who was last seen Monday, Jan. 5, has been found in Minnesota. Police say McShane was found Thursday in Zumbrota, Minnesota. She was last seen after being dropped off at Roosevelt High School on Monday, January 5, 2015, around 8 a.m.
Convicted of killing Jasmine Guevara in 2009
A jury in southeast South Dakota has found a 20-year-old Mexican national guilty of first-degree murder in the 2009 slaying of a teenager.
McCahren sentenced to 15 years for killing classmate
Court documents show a Pierre teenager convicted of killing a classmate and threatening another will be eligible for parole in almost six years. 18-year-old Braiden McCahren’s eligibility for parole was recalculated by Sixth Circuit Judge John Brown this week.