Ryan O’Rear has been named the new airport manager for the city of Brookings.
The City of Riders is searching for someone to oversee the growth of the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally, which celebrated its 75th anniversary this year.
South Dakota has seen the most officer-involved shootings this year since the state started keeping records in 2001.
The South Dakota Board of Regents says it has left many security decisions to the colleges it oversees, but it’s unclear whether each school has a plan for “active shooter” scenarios.
Herd Shutout 1-0
In their first game against former coach Cary Eades the Stampede fell 1-0 at Fargo.
The University of Minnesota Board of Regents has given final approval to a $166 million Athletes Village.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture expects South Dakota farmers to produce a record soybean crop and more corn than last year.
Federal authorities are accusing six current and former Sisseton-Wahpeton Oyate officials of bilking the tribe of over $50,000.
South Dakota’s Animal Industry Board has rescinded an order that suspended poultry shows statewide.
Dakota Rural Action (DRA) is to be among the groups receiving US Department of Agriculture Beginning Farmer and Rancher Development Program funding.
Some lucky music fans got to see two icons in the same room early Friday, as Prince performed for Madonna at Paisley Park.
A federal judge has ruled that a retired Rapid City dentist must stop selling laser devices with the claim that they treat a large number of serious diseases and disorders.
Approximately 6 p.m., Thursday, Sioux Falls Animal Control responded to a dog bite that happened at the Spencer dog park.
Education officials have selected a business manager to replace a staff member at an educational services organization who police suspect killed his family in a murder-suicide.
A pain management physician who practiced in South Dakota for several years has been indicted after authorities accused her of falsely reporting at least $56,000 of wedding-related and other expenses as business costs.
Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat will be visiting the Mary W. Sommervold Hall for 3 performances on October 29, 30 and 31.
Three undercover Minneapolis police officers whose names were made public after prostitution busts at massage parlors are now suing the city, county and state.
President Barack Obama has nominated Randolph Seiler to be South Dakota’s U.S. Attorney.
Attracting thousands of customers every year, the Sioux Falls Jaycees Haunted House has been a favorite Halloween attraction in the Sioux Empire for over 50 years.
Authorities in Mitchell, S.D. are looking for a person of interest from a fire Thursday morning.