An Iowa court says people can drink alcohol in their cars as long as they're parked on private property.
Politics & Elections
Armed with military-grade firearm, both men have decided that it's their responsibility to guard the recruitment center.
Former U.S. Senate Candidate Clayton G. Walker, from Black Hawk, S.D. has changed his plea.
A man who flew a gyrocopter through some of America's most restricted airspace before landing at the U.S. Capitol has rejected a plea deal that would have required him to spend 10 months in jail.
The City of Sioux Falls has agreed to purchase more than ten acres of the rail yard from the BNSF Railway Company for $27,334,500, utilizing funds from the federal highway bill.
South Dakota U.S. Sen. Mike Rounds has created a political action committee often used to raise a politician's profile and help get likeminded candidates elected.
South Dakota U.S. Sen. Mike Rounds has raised about $42,700 in the most recent fundraising quarter and is sitting on about $30,300 of debt.
South Dakota U.S. Rep. Kristi Noem has $1.2 million in the bank for a 2016 re-election bid.
South Dakota U.S. Sen. John Thune's bank account sits at about $11 million for his bid for a third Senate term in 2016.
In their annual, detailed physical of Earth's climate, scientists say the world is in increasingly hot and rising water.
A grand jury in Hughes County has formally indicted former South Dakota U.S. Senate candidate Clayton Walker for failing to appear at a hearing.
A task force spawned by a bill from the 2015 legislative session that mandates certain insurance plans cover a costly but effective treatment for children with autism is meeting in Pierre.
Davison County commissioners have unanimously approved an increase in the county wheel tax.
The NAACP is calling on Mississippi to remove the Confederate battle emblem from its state flag.
The Gettysburg Police Department says it doesn't intend to change a logo that includes the Confederate flag despite a Flandreau man's calls for the insignia to be altered.
Defense Secretary Ash Carter says the Pentagon's current regulations banning transgender individuals from serving in the military are outdated, and anyone willing to serve the country should be able to do so.
Following a deadly listeria outbreak in ice cream, the Justice Department is warning food companies that they could face criminal and civil penalties if they inadvertently poison their customers.
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.
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.
A handful of GOP lawmakers are pushing for a special legislative session to address education funding in South Dakota, but the state's top Republican leaders say it's unlikely that legislators will be called to Pierre soon.
Officials at Avera McKennan Hospital say they've acquired almost 70 residential properties south of their Sioux Falls campus in case they want to expand further.
Police in Rapid City are creating a new part-time position to increase cultural understanding between law enforcement and the community.