Prosecutors have dropped the remaining charges against Baltimore police officers in the death of Freddie Gray, bringing an end to the case without a conviction.
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Guadalajara Mexican Restaurant in Pierre fed local law enforcement like family on Tuesday afternoon and The "Korner Grocery Challenge" encourages other businesses around Pierre to show their own support for state law enforcement.
The funeral is underway for a black man who was fatally shot by a suburban St. Paul, Minnesota, police officer last week.
Stop the smoking or lose your alcohol license. That's basically what the city council told the owners of one Sioux Falls Casino last week. City councilors were hoping to send a message that violating the statewide smoking ban wouldn't be tolerated.
If you're on social media at all and follow the Sioux Falls Police Department or Downtown Sioux Falls, you'll be seeing a new slogan. 'Slow Down Through Downtown' will be used a lot this month on both their Twitter and Facebook Pages. Police say they'll also be increasing bike, foot and traffic patrols to help make the area safer.
The next time you use Google Maps or Google Earth, you might notice higher quality images of what you are looking for. Seen by millions around the world, the 700 trillion pixel makeover was possible by EROS is southeastern Sioux Falls.
A military post near Washington says a lockdown has been lifted, except for the medical building where an active shooter was reported.
Fireworks sales are officially underway in South Dakota. While some stores started off slow during the day, they're preparing to pick up in a big way.
President Barack Obama says the Supreme Court decision blocking his immigration plan sets the system back and "takes us further from the country we aspire to be."
Orange County Sheriff Jerry Demings says searchers have recovered the body of a 2-year-old Nebraska boy snatched by an alligator at Walt Disney World.
Following the deadliest mass shooting in our nation's history, an Iowa based gun and ammo manufacturer says they want to have a civil conversation with the public. They plan to answer questions regarding the second amendment.
Operating a two hundred and twenty five cattle operations can be hard enough without taking into consideration growing both corn and soybeans. Throw in a broken leg, and all that work becomes even harder to do. That's the situation one Howard farmer found himself in but a non-profit is helping him and his family... all for free.
The co-chairs of Forward Sioux Falls 2021 say they have a lot of momentum behind them. And they have the fundraising dollars to back that up.