The group spearheading an effort to change state law and cap interest rates for payday lenders and car title companies at 36% submitted petitions Thursday to the Secretary of State’s Office.
Police are trying to identify a woman who was hit and killed on a Rapid City road.
The South Dakota Board of Regents announces that Guilherme M. Costa has been named its incoming general counsel upon the retirement of long-time counsel, James Shekleton.
Another fake lottery ticket found at a Sioux Falls casino
Another fake video lottery ticket was reported in Sioux Falls, this time at the Lucky Lady Casino on 11th Street.
Leigh Ann Ellenburg found in good condition
Sioux Falls Police announced this morning that Leigh Ann Ellenburg, reported missing Oct. 22, was found last night.
A crash in Day County has killed a Webster man.
The parents of an infant girl who died in a home day care are defending the care provider who has temporarily been shut down by state regulators.
Authorities have identified two people who died in a one-vehicle crash near Custer.
American rock sensations MercyMe will appear on “Mount Rushmore’s American Pride” float in the 89th annual Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade.
Authorities in southern Minnesota are treating the death of a 16-year-old girl whose body was found in a field as suspicious.
The Obama administration says it is continuing a review of the proposed Keystone XL oil pipeline, despite a request by the project’s developer to suspend the review.
The state High School Activities Association has finalized changes to its policy on transgender student participation in athletics, but more revisions may come next year.
Bronze replicas of the Congressional Gold Medals honoring the service of American Indians who used their native language to outwit the enemy during World Wars I and II will be displayed at Crazy Horse Memorial this Veterans Day.
Diocese of Duluth Negligent in Supervising Predator Priest
A Ramsey County jury handed down an $8.1 million verdict against the Diocese of Duluth today in a sexual abuse case involving Father J. Vincent Fitzgerald.
Police in Sioux Falls say fake video lottery tickets are again being passed in the city.
University of South Dakota graduate student Jaime Anderson, a member of the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe, has been named one of 13 fellows of the Minority Fellowship Program for Addiction Counselors in the Association for Addiction Professionals (NAADAC).
The College Football Playoff Group has announced the three cities that will host upcoming CFP National Championship Games – Atlanta in 2018; Santa Clara in 2019; and New Orleans in 2020.
A review of grants and contracts between the state and a scandal-smeared educational cooperative totals roughly $3 million and goes beyond a college-readiness program that authorities are investigating.
A Sioux Falls man facing child porn charges failed to report to his jury trial this week.
The Minnehaha County Sheriff’s department is searching for a man whose trial for child pornography charges was supposed to begin this week.
Businessman and former state legislator Stan Adelstein is clashing with neighbors over a proposed access road to remote property he owns near Mount Rushmore National Memorial.