It is starting to warm up and spring has finally arrived, but with that, comes severe weather. This morning the tornado sirens were tested, but many in the Sioux Falls area did not hear them. The Emergency Manager for Sioux Falls said it was a communication problem. And other than that they are not exactly sure why it happened. We all know what the tornado siren means - potentially dangerous weather approaching. On Wednesday South Dakota had a state-wide test for when the storms roll through.... More>>
Catching a flick at a drive-in movie theater is almost a thing of the past.Several small town indoor theaters even have a hard time surviving.On easter day Redfield lost their cinema, and one local family was not about to let the town's drive-in close as well. “Our community is pretty small, and if it would close there is probably no chance it would open again, so we didn't want to see it close we wanted to continue to see it in our community,” Drive-in co-owner Stacey Marlow said. Painting, ... More>>
A federal judge has heard from both sides in a case to determine if the South Dakota Department of Corrections is responsible for the murder of prison guard Ronald "RJ" Johnson.The court hasn't reached a decision yet. There's a few things the judge must consider first with this case. More>>
The South Dakota High School Activities Association had its first reading Wednesday for a policy on transgender students.The policy would allow students to participate in activities according to their identified gender, not necessarily the gender listed on their records.Recently, a South Dakota transgender student was interested in competing in interscholastic activities. James Weaver with the South Dakota High School Activities Association told KSFY that at the time there was no transgender ... More>>
Traffic is delayed near the Davis/Hurley exit on Interstate 29 after a crash in that area. More>>
The president's decision to approve or reject the Keystone XL Pipeline may be months away, but South Dakota's tribes are joining with other Native American groups, landowners, and environmental advocates this week in demanding they not only be heard - but seen as well. And the spot they chose could hardly be more visible.It's a sight that wouldn't phase most South Dakotans, but in Washington D.C., tipi's, horses, and headdresses stand out.Members of the Cowboy and Indian Alliance - tribal mem... More>>
Gov. Dennis Daugaard announced today that Leroy “J.R.” LaPlante, the Secretary of the Department of Tribal Relations, is resigning from his position, effective Aug. 1. More>>
Renters and landlords both have rights, and the Sioux Falls Community Development Department wants everyone to know what those rights mean.
A family of four is without a home after a house fire early this morning.
A Sioux Falls man is in jail hitting a man with a hammer during a fight last night. More>>
Non-HBO subscribers will soon be able to watch some of the network's old TV shows, like "The Sopranos" and "The Wire," on Amazon Prime's streaming video service. More>>
On Easter morning people in Hill City woke to find flyers from the Klu Klux Klan in front of their homes. More>>
The South Dakota High School Activities Association is considering a policy on transgender students. More>>
A federal judge is hearing arguments in a wrongful death lawsuit filed by the widow of a South Dakota State Penitentiary guard slain by inmates three years ago. More>>
Protesters burned barricades and police blocked streets as clashes flared in Rio de Janeiro's beachside neighborhood of Copacabana on Tuesday night. One person was killed. More>>
A total of 142 deaths have been reported from the Ebola outbreak in Guinea and Liberia, the World Health Organization said. More>>
A lawsuit filed by Academy Award winning screenwriter and celebrated director Quentin Tarantino against the Gawker website for linking to a script for a future movie project was dismissed Tuesday by a federal judge. More>>
Aiming to streamline employment resources for people leaving the military, the government is creating an integrated website that can help job-seekers create resumes, connect with employers and become part of a database of veterans and their spouses for companies to mine for skills and talents.
Missouri executed an inmate early Wednesday only a few miles from the farm where prosecutors say he orchestrated the 1993 killing of a couple whose cows he wanted to steal. More>>
An unidentified object washed ashore in Australia today, and investigators are trying to determine whether it is related to missing Malaysia Airlines Flight 370.
The Oglala Sioux Tribe in southwestern South Dakota is invoking federal treaties and international agreements in protest of a proposed uranium mine in the western part of the state. More>>
A woman caused a stir at a Rapid City pawn shop when she brought in two items her husband had collected while serving in the Philippines during World War II. More>>
Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today:1. Supreme Court deals blow to affirmative actionBy a 6-2 majority, the court declares that state voters can outlaw using race as a factor in college admissions.2. Pro-Russian gunmen hold American journalist hostageVice News reporter Simon Ostrovsky was kidnapped in Ukraine's eastern city of Slovyansk.3. South Korean captain's image at odds with handling of disasterOne colleague calls ferry ... More>>
It is that time of year again for one of the most popular and beloved pancake events in Sioux Falls. More>>
They say William James Vahey is a suspected serial child molester, who began the acts in the early 70's. More>>
Joy Nelson owns the ranch, and her horses have been used by guests of the ranch for over 12 years. Now, with the help of equine specialist Carmen Werning, people will be able to improve their mental health on a whole new level."This is just another part of service that we can provide for people that may want to do equine assisted learning, or it could be psychotherapy with people that may really be struggling whether it's mental, or addictions," equine specialist, Carmen Werning said.The prog... More>>
The 2014 Summit League Basketball Championships contributed an estimated $8.52 million in total business sales to the Sioux Falls economy, according to a new economic impact report from the Sioux Falls Convention and Visitors Bureau.
A Volga pastor thanks a Hamlin County sheriff's deputy for saving his life. The pastor and his son were playing with a football at Lake Poinsett Monday morning when the ball went into the lake, along with the father and his son. More>>
Sioux Falls Police are looking for three white teenage boys between 13 and 14-years-old.Just after 1 Tuesday morning, the Cubby's convenience store at 49th and Western was robbed at gunpoint.According to the clerk, two of the suspects had guns and were each wearing a dark colored cloth or bandana covering their faces.He told police he believes the suspects are 13 or 14 because of their voices and height.Both Sioux Falls Police and the director of the Minnehaha County Regional Detention Center... More>>
An alleged child predator who taught at schools across the world for more than four decades may have more victims, and the FBI is trying to track them down, the agency's Houston bureau said Tuesday. More>>
A Manchester woman has been arrested after her toddler fell from a second-story apartment window. More>>
Range land outside of the south unit of Badlands National Park has become contested territory. More>>
Police in Iowa are investigating the death of an Ocheyedan man.
Thirty five local Sioux Falls dance students from Champion Legacy Dance Academy have qualified to compete at the 2014 USASF Dance Team World Championships in Orlando Florida this weekend.
(CNN) -- A massive iceberg with an area almost twice the size of Atlanta is moving into the ocean off Antarctica and could threaten shipping during the Antarctic winter, scientists say.
Iowa State University has reported a data breach that exposed the Social Security numbers of nearly 30,000 people enrolled at the school over a 17-year period. More>>
The trial against a 65-year-old man accused of murdering two teens who entered his home is underway in Minnesota, stirring debate about how far people can go in defending their homes.
The statewide average for regular gasoline in South Dakota has dropped a penny over the last five days to $3.55 a gallon, AAA says.
The Minnesota Court of Appeals says a father's mental impairment shouldn't keep him from having a relationship with his daughter. More>>
South Dakota’s Office of Emergency Management and the Federal Emergency Management Agency will award more than $20 million to Grand Electric Cooperative for damages caused by October, 2013, blizzard. More>>
Hundreds of people in central Sioux Falls were without power this morning. More>>
A Sioux Falls business found a unique way to support one of their own running in the Boston Marathon. More>>
The Rapid City Council has approved a ban on texting while driving that is stricter than state law. More>>
This just in -- everybody's going surfin' this summer at the Sioux Empire Fair. More>>
In his new book, retired Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens calls for no fewer than six changes to the Constitution, two of which are directly related to guns. Others would abolish the death penalty, make it easier to limit spending on elections and rein in partisan drawing of electoral districts.
A month and a half ago -- 46 days -- Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 vanished over the southern Indian Ocean. More>>
North Korea has stepped up activity at its main nuclear test site, possibly preparing to carry out a fourth underground blast, South Korea said Tuesday. More>>
A day care provider has been sent to prison for beating a 6-year-old girl in Davenport. More>>
It’s still unclear how a 15-year-old teenager stowed away inside the wheel well of a Hawaiian Airlines 767 and survived amid the high altitude, frigid temperatures and low oxygen as the plane flew for more than five hours.
A Hamlin County deputy came to the rescue when a father and son fell into Lake Poinsett while trying to retrieve a football. More>>
Sioux Falls police are looking for three teenagers who robbed a Sioux Falls gas station at gunpoint early this morning and then drove off in a silver Ford Freestyle. More>>
The annual McCrossan Boys Ranch Banquet Auction is Thursday, April 24th. It's the biggest fundraiser event for the ranch, which serves at-risk youth with various programs throughout the year. More>>
Over a hundred years ago Aberdeen was the hub for transportation in Northeastern South Dakota, hence its nickname “the Hub City.” By 1886, nine different railways ran through the city. Four depot stations were built in the early 1900’s and all four still stand today. The one in the worst shape today was built in 1907 by the Minneapolis and St. Louis Railroad. In order to preserve some of this depot, construction crews tore down the whole west side of the building. Many Aberdeen residents reme... More>>
General Motors recall replacement parts have to be ordered based on each car's VIN number. It's something GM car owners should check to see if they're affected as soon as possible.
The Department of Transportation is urging motorists to consider an alternate route this afternoon if traveling on northbound I-29 at Exit 80 for Madison Street. Traffic has been reduced to one lane and congestion and delays are expected to occur during the evening rush hour. Crews needed to make emergency repairs to a failed drop inlet grate located in the outside lane which is now closed to traffic. Motorists should expect delays and be prepared to stop well in advance of the work zon... More>>
ABERDEEN, S.D. (AP) - An Aberdeen judge set bond at $10,000 for a man arrested for two armed robberies. Christian Cabrera-Ascenio, of Aberdeen, is charged with felony counts of aiding and abetting the robbery of Fresh Start Credit Sales and aiding and abetting attempted robbery of Lafayette Casino. Both crimes were reported March 18. Cabrera-Ascenio pleaded not guilty Monday. The 27-year-old is also charged in a separate case with witness tampering for allegedly having contact with one of the... More>>
The department visited 24 businesses. Twenty-two passed the check. More>>
Demolition has begun on an old freight depot in Aberdeen. More>>
McCartney's August 2 show at Target Field in Minneapolis, will be both his first ever at the ballpark and the latest in a long and storied history with the Twin Cities. More>>
Mankato police are trying to determine if there was more than one shooter responsible for the chaotic scene outside a club early Easter morning that left one dead and three others injured.
Kraft Foods is recalling 96,000 pounds of its Oscar Mayer wieners because they may mistakenly contain cheese.
A Sioux Falls home was damaged by fire after an outdoor cookout last weekend. More>>
The Museum of the South Dakota State Historical Society has debuted a new exhibition that showcases the work of Lakota artist Arthur Amiotte. The exhibition is on display at the Cultural Heritage Center in Pierre. It includes 50 original and reproduced works. A reproduction of Amiotte's "Wounded Knee 3" collage is part of the exhibition. The original piece is part of a traveling collection currently on display at the Quai Branly Museum in Paris. Jay Smith is the director of historical society... More>>
The Leadership Partners of North Central South Dakota are asking for help with the Earth Day Cleanup on Tuesday. The group plans to clean up a stretch of U.S. Highway 12 from the west side of Selby to the west side of Mobridge, from 2 p.m. to 7 p.m. Those wishing to participate can join the effort at the Selby Motel at 2 p.m., at Hogies in Glenham at 4 p.m. or at the Alco in Mobridge at 6 p.m. Times may vary slightly depending on the number of volunteers participating. More>>
Unfortunately, this season is not looking good. But there is a different way you can track the season this year and it is by using your phone.
What would you do if your toddler was having trouble breathing? RSV is a very scary condition that puts hundreds of kids in the hospital every year. But getting quick emergency care can help relieve parent stress as well as a child's symptoms. More>>
A man is in critical condition after a motorcycle crash near Baltic, according to Minnehaha County authorities. More>>
More than 600 Minnesota marathoners will line up for the start of the Boston Marathon this year, including 212 who ran last year and say they're going back to finish what they started. More>>
Department of Corrections staff members and local law enforcement are searching for a missing state prison inmate in Rapid City. More>>
Authorities say a 39-year-old woman has died as a result of injuries sustained from a fall while rock climbing in western South Dakota... More>>
Easter weekend is here and thousands in Sioux Falls were up early Saturday morning to celebrate it. More>>
"Shrek" The Musical is coming to Sioux Falls by way of students at O'Gorman High School. More>>
Road construction is in full swing in Sioux Falls. Another round of improvements are underway along Russell Street. More>>
After a devastating blizzard killed thousands of cattle in October, South Dakota lawmaker and rancher Gary Cammack wondered whether his state's ranching community could recover. More>>
April is National Child Abuse Prevention month and in honor of it, the Sioux Falls Storm plans to spread awareness at Saturday night's game against the Wyoming Calvary.The Storm is partnering with Children's Inn, Waterbury Heating and Cooling, Coleman and Fluxxr to raise awareness about Child Abuse.The event will seek to fulfill three main goals: to raise awareness, to encourage strong families in the Sioux Empire and to raise money for the Children's Inn.Children's Inn offers shelter, crisis... More>>
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) - The Minnesota Vikings are contributing another $1.2 million to the new stadium to put in a bigger video board on the facility's west end and for other video-related upgrades.The funding was approved Friday by the Minnesota Sports Facilities Authority. It brings the total cost of the project from $975 million to $976.2 million.The team had initially agreed to contribute $477 million to the project. In November, the Vikings agreed to put up $26.4 million in contingency funds.... More>>
PIERRE, S.D. (AP) - The South Dakota Lottery has announced a second chance game for players with losing scratch-off tickets.The program, called Play it Again, will launch next Wednesday. Members of the Lottery Players Club can enter non-winning tickets in an online drawing.Lottery executive director Norm Lingle says other states have similar games and gamers have asked for it in South Dakota. Lingle says second chance opportunities extend the length and value of games.The first game in the pr... More>>
PIERRE, S.D. (AP) - A South Dakota organization that helps raise money for railroad rehabilitation says more than $1 million has been committed locally to help match a federal grant for which the state is applying.Rails to the Future says the state is seeking $12.6 million in a Transportation Investment Generating Economic Recovery (TIGER) grant. The state wants to rehab the state-owned railroad from Chamberlain to Presho.The entire project is estimated to cost $29 million. Earlier this month... More>>
Three men are in custody after a large bar fight in Sioux Falls. More>>
Police say a high school vice principal who had been rescued from a sinking South Korean ferry has been found hanging from a tree. More>>
A powerful magnitude-7.2 earthquake shook central and southern Mexico on Friday, sending panicked people into the streets. Some walls cracked and fell, but there were no reports of major damage or casualties. More>>
Nepal's Sherpa guides know what it's like to be on top of the world. More>>
The city's second murder for the year has some people worried about their protection.Many times women are attacked by someone they know.In the recent murder of a Sioux Falls woman, police say the suspect More>>
Eric Church fans lined up for the first public ticket sales for any event at the Denny Sanford Premier Center. More>>
This week saw Sioux Falls second murder of the year. The police department says it now has a tight case. Thursday night, they found the murder weapon. More>>
If you were out and about in Sioux Falls Thursday night, you might've noticed a lot of muscle cars on the road. More>>
The black keel of the stricken ferry that has jutted above the water since the ship sank with hundreds of people on board slipped below the surface today as hope for survivors dwindled. More>>
A Kadoka man died in a one-vehicle crash on S.D. Highway 73 about five miles south of Philip today. More>>
Military and overseas voters have the option of using a new system called iOASIS. It turns a 60 day process into less than a 5 minute transaction.
Instead of sitting in a church pew this Good Friday, many people may find themselves in a different seat. Right now movie theaters are offering several Christian flicks, and people are taking advantage. More>>
Eric Church fans showed up in force to buy tickets for the country music star's performance at the Denny Sanford Premier Center.Tickets went on sale Friday morning, and a long line formed at the arena More>>
A Vermillion man is dead after a two-vehicle crash in southeastern South Dakota. More>>
A Sioux Falls family is using an Easter Display to help raise money for the Make A Wish foundation of South Dakota. More>>
Charges are pending against a 37-year-old Rapid City man arrested after a standoff with police that lasted more than three hours. More>>
Gov. Dennis Daugaard has recognized a South Dakota family for its conservation efforts. More>>
Special slot machines linked to machines in another state to provide much larger jackpots are now available in Deadwood. More>>
Some parents are picking up where the legislature left off -- starting a petition to get the Sioux Falls School District's school start date changed. More>>
Over the past three years, the Raven Industries Headquarters in downtown Sioux Falls have undergone some major renovations, all in an effort to make the building more environmentally friendly. More>>
At the end of 2013, only 32 commercial buildings in South Dakota were LEED certified. More>>
It takes years of training before a radiologist can detect breast cancer on a mammogram. Would you know what to look for? With the latest in mammogram technology, that picture is becoming clearer, even for the untrained eye. More>>
Police found the weapon used in Sioux Falls' second murder of the year. More>>
History is something every city likes to have in its downtown, and Aberdeen is no different. Its city hall, built in 1913, is getting a facelift. In order for this to happen, city workers needed somewhere else to go. For the past 4 months they have been working in another historic building, the old Central High School.
A group of fifth graders at Fred Assam Elementary in Brandon were each given $5 and had to write about what they did with the money -- but they didn't do what you would expect. More>>
Police released new details today in Sioux Falls' second murder of the year. More>>
The U.S. Department of Agriculture says South Dakota this year is getting nearly $310,000 for grants to develop specialty crops. More>>
A Sioux Falls man is facing felony drug charges after police say they found more than two pounds of marijuana and ten ounces of marijuana in his home. More>>
It was over drugs, police say. Brenda Lynn Hansen, 53, is dead, murdered by a man she knew, but wasn't romantically involved with, because he wanted her Oxycontin pills. More>>
George Thorogood and the Destroyers will team up with Gary Clark Jr. as headliners at the 2014 JazzFest. More>>
An Eagle Butte man is scheduled to enter a plea to a state attempted murder charge stemming from a standoff with law officers last October. More>>
An 11 month long joint investigation between the Sheldon Police Department and the Iowa State Fire Marshall's Office into the 05-14-13 fire which destroyed the Buddz's Sports Bar and Grill in Sheldon, Iowa, has resulted in the arrest of two Sheldon residents on charges of arson. More>>
A South Dakota jailer accused of raping a female inmate is scheduled to stand trial in early September. More>>
Authorities are continuing efforts to crack down on the methamphetamine trade on the Yankton Sioux Reservation in southeastern South Dakota. More>>
The City Council in the southeastern North Dakota community of Hankinson has given initial approval to a sex offender ordinance after an offender moved to town from South Dakota. More>>
Sioux Falls has seen its second murder of 2014 and again, the victim is a woman in her 50's. More>>
The symptoms are quite common - you get sleepy while reading a book or your eyes feel gritty and burn. Suddenly, you've got a headache, which a local optometrist specifically calls an eyeGraine.
All four men have been convicted in grisly murders, but deciding whether the death penalty is appropriate is a difficult job. More>>
We tend to learn best from experience and getting a hands on lesson to what we've read and studied. In the medical field it's no different. So how do you treat and simulate a spinal cord emergency? It starts with a simple tackle. More>>
Today, Governor Daugaard announced communities statewide are being urged to develop their own community based celebration to honor the state's upcoming 125th anniversary in November. More>>
Sioux Falls, S.D. (April 14, 2014) – The fourth-seeded Sioux Falls Skyforce (31-19) will play the top-seeded Fort Wayne Mad Ants (34-16) in the semifinals of the 2014 NBA Development League Playoffs. More>>
Family businesses aren't easy. Plus, typical business partners don't show up to family dinners. In this month's SoDak Story Paige Pearson meets the Bickering Brothers.
Traffic delays are to be expected for all three projects. More>>
Company president Brian Felsen says the goal is to make hearing protection as accessible as possible. More>>
Do you know CPR? Or would you know what to do if you saw someone collapse at the park or in the grocery store? Those questions became a reality for an Aberdeen woman who is alive today thanks to a few 'Good Samaritans.' More>>
Last Fall we introduced you to the rare partnership that Avera has with genetics research in the Netherlands. Now we'll give you a closer look at the research being done. More>>
There are foods that are good for you and then there are foods that aren't so good for you, but taste incredible. So what do you do? Well, a new study suggests your favorite foods might not be so bad. More>>
Heart attacks and traumas are often the focal point of emergency room stories, but for every critical story there are dozens of others that highlight the skills of the ER team. there is a lot of hard work behind the scenes being done to ensure that the ER is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
President Obama has a big decision to make. Will he approve the Keystone XL Pipeline or not? If South Dakota's Native American tribes have their way, the answer will be no. But members of one Tribe suspect More>>
For years, Native American tribes have been vocal in their opposition to the project. Now, resistance to the pipeline is moving from rhetoric to the physical realm. More>>
Monday on KSFY Television, Sioux Falls Mayor Mike Huether and challenger City Councilman Greg Jamison debated several issues facing the City of Sioux Falls.
They are on every package of every food item. Nutrition facts. But when it comes to meals and snacks not everyone in the Northern Lights Cafe at Avera Sacred Heart Hospital pays attention to this guide."I More>>
Avera McKennan is now a breast milk depot or collection site and all that screened donors need to do to donate is visit Plaza Two. More>>
Southeastern Electric Co-op says Sioux Falls' growing population is the main reason behind this expansion. More>>
He is serving sentences for Possession of a Controlled Substance and Grand Theft out of Minnehaha County. More>>
Sioux Falls Fire Rescue responded to the call at the Arnold's Park Apartments about 1 p.m. and smoke and flames were coming from the second floor. T More>>
Crews from Howard, Canova and Fedora spent much of Thursday evening fighting a fire at the elevator in Howard. More>>
If you were diagnosed with diabetes would you know what to do next to get your health in check? Well if you're looking for answers and live in Mitchell, help is not far away. More>>
You may not know it but March is National Athletic Training Month and a little bit of the spotlight should be shed on the guys and gals who sit at the end of the bench. More>>
Titus says everyone was already outside when firefighters arrive, however the family was trying to find their dogs. More>>
South Dakota's regional hospitals are one of the state's best kept secrets. Even with the state's rural landscape, in an emergency, top notch care is readily available. Because of this commitment to quality care, one Groton man says it's the reason he's alive. More>>
Are you carrying around a six-pack or a keg? For many Americans stubborn belly fat is a growing problem, but is too much tummy bad for your health? One Sioux Falls woman decided she'd had enough of her flabby belly. More>>
The bill endorsed Thursday by the negotiating committee does not prevent local governments from passing their own texting bans. More>>
The ideal solution for chronic kidney failure is a kidney transplant but while they wait, all patients go on dialysis. It's a life changing diagnosis but this blood filtering process is becoming less restrictive. More>>
Malaysia Airlines previously reported that one of the Americans on board the flight was an infant. More>>
There was no confirmation that the slicks were related to the missing plane, but the statement said they were consistent with the kinds that would be produced by the two fuel tanks of a crashed jetliner. More>>
The exact wording of the note is unknown at this time, but school officials tell The Daily Reporter that it threatened students and faculty.
In this half hour special, KSFY Sports Director Erik Thorstenson and KSFY Sports Anchor Matt Peterson look at some of the top players and top teams. More>>
Colaites in January admitted to not using a condom during consensual sex with another student who did not know Colaites is HIV-positive. More>>
Spare tires have been replaced by run flat tires. More>>
Behind the glory of football there are the scars and bruises, some visible, some not. We still have much to learn about the health risk football puts on it's players, but some of the biggest strides in research are happening on South Dakota's fields. More>>
The WOW Cup claims to be a spill free drinking cup like no other, but does it work? More>>
GripGo is a universal car phone mount that is supposed to firmly hold your phone and yet easy to peel off. More>>
How to avoid all those things that can be problems when buying a house. More>>
Trooper Wosje says that alcohol was not a factor. He also confirms that the juvenile driver of the Buick was not texting or using his phone at the time of the crash. More>>
A committee will ask whether people support medicinal marijuana, recreational marijuana, or no marijuana at all. More>>
Incandescent bulbs are soon going to be a thing of the past. More>>
The Johnson Fine Arts Center on Northern State University's campus is soon getting a facelift. NSU has raised $11 million to renovate the building that houses the Theater, Music and Arts departments. They More>>
Cutting ribbons, and cutting prices, that's what's going on at the new affordable housing development in Aberdeen. More>>
Corinna Robinson, who is the democratic candidate for the U.S. House, made a visit in Aberdeen this afternoon to introduce herself to the public. More>>
The woman driving vehicle #1 is hospitalized with life-threatening injuries. Two other people were injured as well. Ten people were riding in the three vehicles. More>>
Wallpaper is in style again, but it's still hard to apply and strip. More>>
The victim was taken to the hospital, but died after he arrived.
If you are a victim of a bad contractor, what can you do? More>>
Angie's List has compiled a list to make it easier for you to start getting your house in order in 2014. More>>
Stocks of corn and soybeans are up in South Dakota. More>>
State officials say a legal challenge from a stadium opponent has forced them to delay the sale of bonds to finance the new stadium for the Minnesota Vikings. More>>
South Dakota lawmakers expect to spend a lot of time during the upcoming legislative session debating the Common Core standards that establish what students should know in math and English at each grade level. More>>
Fire officials say they confirmed a body was found shortly before 2 p.m. Thursday. More>>
The victim's mother has been arrested. Alcohol is suspected to be a factor in the incident. More>>
Local junior high students help moms in need with Advent baby shower. More>>
Dalton's parents say they feel they won't have closure until the trial is over, but it's not clear when that will be. More>>
New numbers show homeless statistics in South Dakota, based on a one-day count. More>>
Restoring your home after fire & water damage should include a professional. More>>
Reginald Walton was reported missing from his work release job in Sioux Falls Wednesday afternoon. More>>