Rescue Workers Save Woman From Collapsed Building In South DakotaRescue workers pulled a woman, injured but alive, from the rubble of a building that had collapsed nearly three hours earlier Friday in South Dakota's largest city.
South Dakota Will No Longer Be The State Without A RabbiSouth Dakota's small, tight-knit Jewish community has made do without a rabbi for several years, but the state's status as the only one with no rabbi will change this winter when a family arrives from New York to open a Jewish community center.
S.D. May Vote On Transgender Bathroom Measure In 2018 A ballot measure that would require transgender students to use bathrooms corresponding with their sex at birth may go before voters in 2018, Attorney General Marty Jackley said Tuesday.
Burger King Locations In South Dakota & Minnesota To Be SoldThe family of a man who opened Sioux Falls' first Burger King more than 40 years ago is selling that restaurant and 25 others in South Dakota and Minnesota.
S.D. Prep School Prepares Lakota Women For Life Beyond ReservationThe Pine Ridge Girls' School is embarking on a mission to prepare young Lakota women for a college education and a fruitful life beyond the borders of the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation.
SD Ethanol Refinery Cited For Major Safety Violations After Worker's DeathFederal investigators have found multiple safety violations at a South Dakota ethanol refinery expansion project following the death of a worker in May.
Sioux Falls Man Accused Of Sitting On Woman, Cutting Off Her NipplesA Sioux Falls man is accused of sitting on a woman and slicing off her nipples with a pair of scissors. Police spokesman Sam Clemens says 45-year-old Tony Ledbetter attacked the woman during an argument Tuesday afternoon. He is charged with domestic aggravated assault.
Chelsea Clinton To Campaign For Hillary In Sioux FallsHillary Clinton's daughter is planning a stop in Sioux Falls to campaign for her presidential candidate mother. Clinton's campaign says Chelsea Clinton's appearance is set for Wednesday. Other details weren't immediately released.
South Dakota's Largest Solar Farm Begins Generating PowerThe largest solar farm in South Dakota is gearing up to start producing electricity. Officials held a ribbon-cutting ceremony Monday for the 9-acre, $2 million solar farm at the Pierre airport, after about two months of construction.
Authorities Arrest Naked Intruder In S.D. Woman's ApartmentAuthorities say a 29-year-old Salem man has been arrested after he was found naked inside a woman's apartment.
Mount Rushmore Is About To Turn 75Next month, Mount Rushmore National Memorial marks 75 years of public pervasiveness, ending up in movies and comics and on quarter-dollar coins.
Dakota Flute-Maker, Player Earns Highest Folk HonorThere was a time when Bryan Akipa knew nothing of flutes. But that was long ago, before the budding artist stumbled across a wooden mallard-head flute in the studio of his mentor, sparking a fascination that led to a career in both making and playing the distinctive Dakota flutes.