Obama Says Army Corps Examining Dakota Oil Pipeline Route
President Barack Obama says the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is examining whether the Dakota Access oil pipeline can be rerouted.
Money for Indian Land Buys Will Come up Short
U.S. officials say a program to return land on American Indian reservations to tribal control likely will run out of money.
North Dakota Officials Borrow $4M, Criticize Protest Cost
North Dakota leaders are criticizing the federal government for not helping pay the policing bill for protests at the Dakota Access pipeline
Aberdeen Man Pleads Not Guilty to Murder and Manslaughter
An Aberdeen man accused of killing another man last year has pleaded not guilty by reason of insanity to charges of murder and manslaughter.
Denny Sanford Center Premier Center Hurting Rapid City Venue
Rapid City isn't keeping up with Sioux Falls and the Denny Sanford Premier Center when it comes to attracting top entertainment acts.
South Dakota Residents Have Choice of 2 Insurers on Exchange
An analysis shows South Dakota residents who buy health coverage through the federal insurance marketplace have more choices.
Police Say 141 Pipeline Protesters Arrested
Authorities have updated to 141 the number of people arrested when law enforcement officers evicted protesters of the Dakota Access oil pipeline.
Car-Tractor Crash in Butte County Kills 67-Year-Old Woman
A two-vehicle crash in Butte County involving a car and a piece of farm equipment killed a 67-year-old woman.
Sturgis Rally Attendance down from Landmark 2015 Event
Attendance at this year's Sturgis Motorcycle Rally was down nearly 40 percent from the record crowd that gathered during last year's 75th annual event.
High Court: Hospitals Don’t Have to Turn over Documents
South Dakota's Supreme Court says hospitals don't have to turn over documents related to doctor performance even when there's evidence they committed fraud.