The state House has voted down a measure that would allow people 21 years or older to carry a concealed weapon on South Dakota’s six public university campuses.
The US. Department of Agriculture says there were 400 fewer small operation farms and ranches in South Dakota last year.
Hundreds of residents in the Aberdeen region are seeking changes in the operation of the city’s contracted animal shelter.
A legislative committee has approved a proposal that would require parental consent for minors to use indoor tanning beds at salons.
Lawsuit filed against Sonstegard Foods and Turner County Commission
Landowners concerned about possible problems from a large egg-laying operation planned near Parker are suing its developers and the Turner County Commission.
Rally will be held Thursday in the SDSU Student Union
Teacher pay is a hot topic in South Dakota and South Dakota State University students are joining the debate.
South Dakota college students plan to lobby lawmakers ahead of a potential state House vote on a measure that would allow people 21 years or older to carry a concealed weapon on the six public university’s campuses.
Paul Dean Jensen Jr.'s Hearing Likely To Be In June
A re-sentencing hearing for a man who was 14 when he was charged with killing a taxi cab driver in Pierre almost 20 years ago has been rescheduled.
Republican U.S. Rep. Kristi Noem is expected to address the South Dakota Legislature at the state Capitol building in Pierre.
The police department in Mobridge has been awarded nearly $5,000 by the state to buy an in-car video recording system.
Another seven South Dakota properties have been added to the National Register of Historic Places.
An inmate that escaped from county jail is back in custody
The Watertown SWAT team was activated Wednesday afternoon after a report of an escaped Roberts County prisoner.
A legislative committee has approved a proposal to overhaul conflict-of-interest laws for South Dakota public employees in response to the investment-for-visa scandal that dominated last year’s U.S. Senate race.
A man with two decades of experience as a federal prosecutor will serve as acting U.S. attorney in South Dakota starting in March.
AAA reports ever since Jan. 27, South Dakota’s pump prices have been on the march, jumping 19 cents during the three-week period.
Single-session tickets for the 2015 Summit League Basketball Championships in Sioux Falls, South Dakota will go on sale at 10 a.m. on Monday, February 23.
South Dakota’s Game, Fish and Parks department will not implement a spring Canada goose reduction program this year because it hasn’t been effective in the past.
South Dakotans and out-of-state residents interested in going to the state’s four technical institutes for in-demand jobs can now apply for part of $50 million in scholarship money.
Canadian diplomats and South Dakota leaders will mark Canada Day at the state Capitol.
Should They Be Sweating The Competition?
Last year, Sioux Falls was named the most ‘ripped’ city in the country by Bodybuilding.com. While gym enthusiasts have been basking in the accomplishment, more fitness centers continue to pop up around the city.