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After an alleged arson destroyed $100,000 worth of food, and caused significant damage to the interior of the old building, members of the Co-op have been working endlessly to get the new location up and running.
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Southeast Technical Institute in Sioux Falls is holding a basic maintenance and car care seminar for families of recently deployed military personnel.
More than 200 home-related booths are under one roof during The Sioux Empire Home Show.
Flood-control upgrades are underway near West 12th Street in Sioux Falls, marking the last piece of a project that's spanned almost 15 years.
By the end of this legislative session, city-wide bans and regulations against specific breeds of dogs could be against South Dakota state law.
South Dakota's governor is supporting legislation that would prevent Iowa authorities from collecting fines from South Dakotans ticketed in automated speed zones.
The girlfriend of a man murdered in what's been called a botched drug robbery by Minnehaha County prosecutors has been indicted in federal court for conspiring to sell more than 220 pounds of marijuana.
Faith Temple Church will host its weekly food giveaway Friday afternoon. At least 15,000 pounds of produce, bakery items and meat will be handed out at the new Nordstrom-Johnson building on the north side of the W.H. Lyon Fairgrounds in Sioux Falls.
Details are limited at this time, but officials with the department say officers were called to a home on N. Dogwood Place after someone heard gunshots.
A lingering but beneficial effect of the summerlong drought of 2012 is a one-third increase in flood-storage capacity in the three Missouri River storage reservoirs in South Dakota, North Dakota and Montana.
A Sioux Falls daycare provider that had an infant die while in her care back in 2011, is now pleading guilty to the charges she faces.
Part of the state's vehicle fleet will begin using a blend of gasoline and ethanol as fuel.
Federal authorities say a central South Dakota man has been sentenced to 40 months in prison for an assault conviction.
The University of Northern Virginia's website has removed references to its new main campus in Sioux Falls, S.D. The school was shut down by the state of Virginia last year for lacking accreditation amid suspicion that its primary function was to allow those enrolled to obtain visas.
The University of Northern Virginia's website has removed references to its new main campus in Sioux Falls.