A former Minnesota Vikings linebacker is scheduled to speak at a football clinic in Sioux Falls on Friday.
The U.S. Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives has appointed a veteran agent to lead operations in Minnesota and surrounding states, the agency announced Tuesday.
A South Dakota high school wrestler had his moment in the spotlight cut short when the lighting fixture crashed down on him during a match.
The Pennington County Sheriff’s Office has started a criminal investigation after nearly 70 horses were impounded for neglect.
Like most Americans, a former art teacher in a tiny western South Dakota town watched stunned as details about last month’s shooting at a Connecticut elementary school emerged.
A North Dakota couple is facing charges in South Dakota for an alleged building scam.
A new survey of business leaders suggests the economy will remain sluggish in nine Midwest and Plains states, and hiring will be slow over the next three to six months.
The director of the world’s only Corn Palace has been elected to represent South Dakota, North Dakota, Minnesota and Wisconsin on the International Association of Fairs and Expositions board of directors.
Jerry Olszewski is the new head football coach of Augustana College.
Federal authorities are investigating a shooting on the Yankton Indian Reservation in southeast South Dakota that left one person dead and another person injured.
Scientists hoping to detect dark matter deep in a former South Dakota gold mine have taken the last major step before flipping the switch on their more than $300 million experiment and say they may be ready to begin collecting data as early as February.
In the market for a pregnant buffalo? Then western South Dakota’s Custer State Park is the place to be Saturday.
Hundreds of tribal members and tribal educators from all over the country are in western South Dakota for a three-day summit focusing on language revitalization.
Four Michigan men have died and a fifth received life-threatening injuries in a two-vehicle crash in northeast South Dakota.
South Dakota wildlife officials decided Thursday to raise several nonresident hunting license fees next year to bring in more than $1.1 million in additional revenue.