Tribal Prosecutor Sworn in as Special Assistant US Attorney
Sisseton-Wahpeton Sioux Prosecutor Debra Flute has been sworn in as a special assistant U.S. attorney.
Aviation Regiment Going to Middle East for a Year
Nearly 100 soldiers from the South Dakota National Guard 189th Aviation Regiment will soon be headed to the Middle East for a year of service.
Neighbors Concerned about Ski Resort Sale, Water Issues
A ski resort in the Black Hills is being sold at a sheriff's auction after its owners defaulted on $3.7 million in loans.
Owner Sets up $10M Fund for Workers in ‘Pink Slime’ Case
The family that owns a South Dakota meat producer has set up a $10 million fund for employees laid off when the company closed three plants in 2012.
Northern State Pursuing 8,000-Seat Football Stadium
Northern State University is pursuing an on-campus football stadium and softball complex.
Xcel Energy Announces Plans for New South Dakota Wind Farm
Xcel Energy has announced plans to build and own a 300-megawatt wind farm in Grant and Roberts counties of northeastern South Dakota.
Authorities ID 2 Victims of Weekend Crash in Edmunds County
The Highway Patrol has identified two people who died as a result of a fiery weekend crash in Edmunds County.
Unusual Sentence for Tax-Evading Prosecutor Reconsidered
A federal judge is reconsidering the unusual prison sentence he issued to a former South Dakota state's attorney convicted of tax evasion.
Man Pleads Not Guilty to Stealing from Reservation Program
A Rapid City man has pleaded not guilty to stealing from a program that provides services to low-income people on American Indian reservations in the Dakotas.
Tribal Leader Bashes State Deal with Dakota Access Builder
The leader of the Standing Rock Sioux and an attorney for private North Dakota landowners believe the builder of the Dakota Access pipeline got off too lightly.