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Sioux Falls rummage sale fans didn't let the wind slow them down as the 36th annual Kingswood Rummage Sale began Wednesday.
Traffic is delayed near the Davis/Hurley exit on Interstate 29 after a crash in that area.
In this Feb 6, 2014 file photo, South Dakota state Rep. Scott Ecklund, R-Brandon, a sponsor of the bill to provide prenatal care to immigrant women who are not citizens, speaks during a committee hearing Thursday, Feb 6, 2014, in Pierre, S.D. Ecklund says the measure to provide prenatal care to immigrant women will save babies lives and save the ... (more)
Some Republicans in conservative South Dakota are putting the contentious politics of immigration reform aside and backing a measure to provide prenatal care to women living in the state illegally whose children will become citizens of the United States.
Attorneys for the wife of former South Dakota Correctional Officer Ron RJ Johnson say retired South Dakota State Penitentiary Warden Doug Weber inappropriately moved inmates Eric Robert and Rodney Berget out of a maximum security unit which led to the 2011 escape attempt and the murder of Officer Johnson.
A South Dakota legislative board has approved two summer study committees on topics that will likely lead to proposed legislation during the 2015 session.
The president's decision to approve or reject the Keystone XL Pipeline may be months away, but South Dakota's tribes are joining with other Native American groups, landowners, and environmental advocates this week in demanding they not only be heard - but seen as well.
They say William James Vahey is a suspected serial child molester, who began the acts in the early 70's.
A national group's research suggests overall, KOTA Territory taxpayers get a pretty good return on their investment.
Former South Dakota Gov. Mike Rounds has the clear edge in campaign cash heading toward the June Republican primary for the U.S. Senate seat being vacated by retiring Sen. Tim Johnson.
An electric cooperative in western South Dakota is getting more than $20 million to help cover damages caused by an early October blizzard.
The early pioneers had about three modes of transportation: boats on the Missouri River, trains where rail lines had been laid and wagons to cross the prairies.
Earth Day is April 22nd and each year members of the South Dakota National Guard do something to help local communities.
Many of the nation's tribal leaders say the Obama administration is moving far too slowly with a massive plan to spend $1.9 billion to buy back thousands of parcels of land that have been sold over the years on U.S. Indian reservations.