US shutting down Dakota Access oil pipeline protest camp

The Army Corps of Engineers' plan to close a Dakota Access pipeline protest camp isn't likely to end on-the-ground opposition in North Dakota.


The Federal Highway Administration has accepted the plan from City of Sioux Falls to fix hundreds of ADA violations that were cited in a complaint. Back in 2014, Charles Santee filed that complaint after asking the city to do something for more than a decade, resulting in a 26-page report outlining violations.


Justin Dirksen and Cortney Paul believe they were doing what anyone else would've done at the scene of a fiery car crash on Highway 12.


Are you experiencing a heart attack or heartburn? It’s a more common question than you think. Both have similar symptoms.



South Dakota House panel votes to table abortion measure


Thursday at 10: Seat Belts Save Lives


Woman gives back to community with free trading post


City works to fix ADA violations


10pm Sportscast 2/21


6pm Sportscast 2/21


'Ask a Vet' with Dr. Dayton Williams Saturdays on KSFY News at 6


Radio ratings return to Sioux Falls


Local law enforcement hope federal government will assist rural drug problem


State prison inmate placed on escape status


UPDATE: Black Hills wildfire 75 percent contained


Inmate sees new path forward after baptism


Off-duty trooper helps teens out of fiery wreck in South Dakota


Brookings County man indicted for aggravated battery of an infant


State Dart Tournament brings competition to Sioux Falls


South Dakota bill leaves evolution skepticism up to teachers


Sioux Falls Business Journal Report: February 21, 2017


Rep. Kristi Noem to pursue tax overhaul, work on farm bill


UPDATE: Missing Sioux Falls teenager found safe


Police: man arrested after dragging PREMIER Center traffic director with SUV


MAMMA MIA! bringing Final Farewell Tour to Washington Pavilion


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