Official Says Sioux Falls Park Review Wasn’t a Safety Audit
A 2-year-old review of Falls Park that Sioux Falls officials used to defend safety protocol after a child drowned on March 18 was actually a training exercise.
South Dakota Regents Hike Public University Tuition, Fees
The South Dakota Board of Regents voted Wednesday to increase tuition and fees at the state's six public universities by an average of 3 percent next school year.
Mitchell Man Gets Probation for Setting off Explosives
A Mitchell man accused of setting off explosives near an apartment building will not spend any time in jail.
Young Driver Injured Following Police Chase
Sioux Falls police say a young driver was seriously injured when she fled from police and struck a concrete retaining wall.
Former Lobbyist Accused Ex-Lawmaker of Sexual Harassment
A former South Dakota lobbyist is trying to block an ex-legislator from receiving a state appointment, alleging he made sexually inappropriate comments in 2012.
Bootlegging Operation Found on Pine Ridge Reservation
Oglala Sioux tribal police say they've uncovered a liquor bootlegging operation on the reservation.
Officials: 2 Fires in Rapid City Did Not Start Accidentally
Officials say two large grass fires over the weekend that sent smoke over Rapid City were not accidental.
All-Terrain Vehicle Driver Died of Injuries in Pierre Crash
The South Dakota Highway Patrol says an all-terrain vehicle operator has died after hitting a tree in Pierre.
Sioux Falls Sees Decline in Students Going to College
A student research organization says a growing number of high school graduates in Sioux Falls didn't enroll in college after earning their diploma.
Governors Association Backs Bid to Collect Online Sales Tax
Groups have signed on to support South Dakota's legal bid to collect sales taxes from out-of-state internet retailers.