Rapid City Ammunition Company Gets $50M Contract with Navy
A Rapid City company has landed a $50 million federal contract to provide ammunition to the U.S. military.
Suspect Pleads Not Guilty in Fatal Overdose Death in Lead
New York state man has pleaded not guilty in a fatal overdose death in South Dakota.
Driver Injured, Horses Killed in Interstate Crash
The driver of a pickup was injured and two horses were killed in a crash on Interstate 90 east of Sioux Falls.
National Guard Soldiers Returning Home from Middle East Duty
South Dakota Army National Guard soldiers who have served nearly a year in the Middle East are coming home.
Black Hills Residents Oppose Company’s Gold Search
Some private landowners are opposing a Canadian company's search for gold in a remote area of South Dakota's Black Hills National Forest.
Pennington County Commissioner Fined for Violating Ordinance
A Pennington County commissioner who disagrees with government oversight of septic systems has been convicted of violating a county zoning ordinance.
2nd Person Dies of Injuries Suffered in Edmunds County Crash
A second person has died as a result of a fiery weekend crash in Edmunds County.
Bombers Deployed from Ellsworth Used in Show of Force
Air Force B-1B Lancer bombers from the Ellsworth Air Force Base launched from Guam flew into international airspace over waters east of North Korea.
Aberdeen Mall Flooded by Water Line Break Still Closed
Cleanup continues at an Aberdeen mall flooded by a water line break earlier this month.
Ex-South Dakota Teacher Pleads Guilty in Student Sex Case
A former South Dakota teacher is awaiting sentencing after pleading guilty to having sexual contact with a male student.