The South Dakota Department of Agriculture has federal money available to help producers enhance the competitiveness of specialty crops.
No one was hurt in a fire at a detox center in Rapid City that prompted the evacuation of more than 50 people and the arrest of a client.
Two people have been arrested on prostitution charges after police received a tip from a Sioux Falls hotel worker.
The Republican-controlled Congress has cleared a bill approving the construction of the Keystone XL oil pipeline. That sets up a confrontation with President Barack Obama, who has threatened to veto the measure.
As a result of a water main break on South Solberg Avenue on February 11, 2015, residents and businesses are advised to boil water from the tap prior to drinking.
Opponents that include two former state attorneys general have been unsuccessful in swaying South Dakota lawmakers to repeal the state’s death penalty.
The city of Sioux Falls is closing its hockey and skating rinks early this year due to inconsistent temperatures.
Target Corp. is terminating about 550 employees in the Twin Cities as it ends operations in Canada.
A legislative Committee has scuttled a proposal that would have allowed South Dakota residents getting a driver’s license to register an objection to the death penalty if they are killed in a violent crime.
Minnesota residents suffering chronic pain won’t be able to get medical marijuana until summer 2016 at the earliest.
Drive down any given street in this country and somewhere along the way, you’re bound to see a billboard.
The Rapid City Public Library is offering cardholders the chance to have fees forgiven in exchange for donations to a local food pantry.
After a banner year of construction projects in 2014, city officials in Pierre are looking to do even more in 2015.
Two former state attorneys general and an ex-judge are among those who plan to encourage South Dakota lawmakers to repeal the state’s death penalty.
Family, friends gather for a "Take Back the Site" vigil for Anthony Gabriel
Dozens of people gathered Tuesday evening for a vigil to remember the first homicide victim in Sioux Falls in 2015.
The full state House has approved a proposal that would void a High School Activities Association policy on transgender student participation in sports.
The state House has approved a proposal that would allow people in South Dakota to carry a concealed pistol without a permit.
Bill lets South Dakotans buy up to 12 cases of wine per year directly from wineries
South Dakotans looking to get their favorite out-of-state vintages shipped to their door are one step closer.
A lawyer representing six South Dakota couples challenging the state’s ban on same-sex marriage has asked a judge to let her ruling take effect immediately and allow weddings in the state.
Would have allowed minimum wage to decrease with negative inflation
A proposal that would allow South Dakota’s minimum wage to decrease in the event of negative inflation has failed in the state House.