Puppy Returned After Being Stolen From S.D. Cop Recovering From SurgeryA South Dakota police officer’s puppy is home safe after being stolen in a burglary last month, driven to Minneapolis and let loose in the city.
S.D. VA Hospital To Again Allow '40s Pin-Up VolunteersThe pin-up volunteers have visited more than 60 hospitals.
Study: Car-Deer Collisions On Rise In MinnesotaDrivers in our neck of the woods are having more and more collisions with deer, according to State Farm.
World's Longest Dog Tongue Is Next Door ... In South DakotaMochi is an 8-year-old St. Bernard from Sioux Falls and her tongue is 7.31 inches long.
Man Who Killed Adrian Peterson's Son Taking Case To High CourtThe case of a man serving life in prison for killing the 2-year-old son of NFL running back Adrian Peterson in South Dakota is going before the state Supreme Court.
Xcel Energy Plans To Open Wind Farm In South DakotaXcel is already the nation's top utility wind provider, a ranking it's held for more than a decade.
Camp Lets South Dakota Indian Students Hear Original Compositions PlayedA composing boot camp is allowing teens and adults from a South Dakota American Indian reservation who may never have written a piece of music before to hear their original compositions performed by professional musicians.
DPS: 5 Dead In Sturgis Motorcycle Rally CrashesThe number of fatal crashes at this year's Sturgis Motorcycle Rally in the Black Hills has risen to five.
2nd Person Pleads Guilty In South Dakota Girl's Beating DeathA second person has pleaded guilty in the beating death last fall of a 5-year-old girl on the South Dakota side of the Standing Rock Indian Reservation.
Officials: 500K Expected At Sturgis This YearThe annual Sturgis Motorcycle Rally is underway in the Black Hills of western South Dakota.
Appeals Court Upholds Man's Sentence In Standing Rock AssaultAn appeals court has upheld the sentence of a man convicted for an extended assault of a woman on the Standing Rock Indian Reservation.
ACLU Sues South Dakota After Toddler Given Catheter Drug TestThe ACLU sued South Dakota over the forced use of a catheter to take a urine sample from a 3-year-old boy who was being tested for exposure to drugs as part of a child-neglect investigation.
Dry Conditions Impact North, South Dakota Farmers Following Wet SpringDry conditions across North Dakota and South Dakota have continued to stress crops over the past week.
Wild Announce Affiliation With South Dakota ECHL TeamThe Minnesota Wild have announced an ECHL affiliation agreement with the Rapid City Rush for the upcoming season.
Drought Conditions Worsen In N.D., Stable In S.D.Drought conditions in South Dakota haven't changed much over the past week. The latest U.S. Drought Monitor map shows about 80 percent of the state being either abnormally dry or in some stage of drought, up just slightly from last week