SD Senate Panel Passes Protest Bill Over Tribes' ObjectionsSouth Dakota Gov. Dennis Daugaard's public safety bill anticipating potential oil pipeline protests has passed its first legislative test.
Minnesota, South Dakota Governors To Attend Pheasant SummitThe governors of Minnesota and South Dakota are set to participate in a National Pheasant Summit in Minneapolis Saturday.
Good Question: What's The Story Behind Mount Rushmore?A viewer recently sent us a question: what's the history behind Mount Rushmore? Good Question.
North Dakota Pipeline Protest Spurs South Dakota LegislationGov. Dennis Daugaard's office is pursuing legislation to make it clear that the governor's emergency response powers apply to destructive protests.
S.D. Senate Committee Bans Powdered Alcohol SalesA Senate committee unanimously passed a bill Tuesday to outlaw the sale, manufacture or possession of powdered alcohol, commonly known as Palcohol, in South Dakota.
Deadline Looms For 300 South Dakota Wild HorsesVolunteers are scrambling to find homes for hundreds of wild horses in South Dakota that were spared a possible trip to the slaughterhouse but are now suffering through a harsh winter.
Transgender Locker Room Bill Withdrawn In S.D.The bill required public school students to use the locker rooms, shower rooms and changing facilities matching their gender at birth.
S.D. Governor Says He Would Veto Transgender Locker Room BillSouth Dakota Gov. Dennis Daugaard says he would veto a bill restricting which locker rooms transgender students can use.
South Dakota To Consider Transgender Locker Room BillSouth Dakota lawmakers will consider restricting which locker rooms transgender students can use, reigniting a bitter fight from last year over what school facilities are open to transgender students.
S.D. Lawmaker Resigns After Admitting To Sex With InternsA South Dakota legislator who acknowledged having sexual contact with two interns resigned on Monday, saying he regrets his actions.
Clemency Denied For Indian Activist Leonard PeltierPresident Barack Obama has denied a clemency request by American Indian activist Leonard Peltier, who has spent most of his life in prison in the killing of two FBI agents in South Dakota in 1975.
Leonard Peltier's Supporters Hope Obama Grants Him ClemencySupporters of American Indian activist Leonard Peltier, who has spent most of his life in prison in the killing of two FBI agents in South Dakota in 1975, hope President Barack Obama will grant him clemency and shorten his sentence to the four decades he has already served before Obama leaves office Friday.

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