Opponent: Transgender Athletes Bill Perpetuates Myths
Opponents are calling on lawmakers to defeat a bill taking aim at a policy allowing transgender students to play on the teams that match their gender identity.
Governor Kristi Noem Admin Projects Big Cost to Ending Presumptive Probation
Gov. Kristi Noem's administration is projecting that a measure to reverse presumptive probation policy would require at least $33.3 M for new prison facilities.
South Dakota Senate Votes Down Campus Carry Legislation
The South Dakota Senate has rejected a bill that would have barred public universities and technical schools from restricting people's ability to carry guns on campus.
Pierre Rescue Squad Saves Dog from Missouri River
Pierre firefighters have saved the life of a dog that plunged into the icy Missouri River.
Senator Bernie Sanders Says He’s Running for President in 2020
Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders, whose insurgent 2016 presidential campaign reshaped Democratic politics, announced Tuesday that he is running for president in 2020.
Senate Debate of Industrial Hemp Measure Postponed
The fate of a South Dakota industrial hemp bill with strong support despite GOP Gov. Kristi Noem's disapproval will remain a mystery a little longer.
Schools Consider Bill Collector for Overdue Lunch Accounts
The Lead-Deadwood School District is considering turning delinquent lunch accounts over to a collection agency.
South Dakota-Made Drones Look to Aid Farmers
Drone technology can detect nitrogen levels in fertilizer for farmers.
Apartment Owner Making Changes Following Shooting
The owner of an Aberdeen apartment building that was targeted by recent gunfire says he's doing all he can to make the property safer.
Rapid City Council to Vote on Changing Public Behavior Law
Rapid City officials have proposed changing a local law that regulates public behavior and safety.