"What a beautiful drive today on the Scenic Byway through Spearfish Canyon. The colors have soared to 75 percent and are the most vivid I have seen in many years," Jerry Boyer says.
A Rapid City police chase early Friday morning ended when the driver crashed into a tree, trapping him and two passengers in the burning car.
Stanton Day admitted to sexual contact of a 10-year-old girl on his school bus in March 2007.
The Oglala Sioux Tribe Housing Authorty took out the First Title VI Loan ever in South Dakota to be completed, to build 45 homes on the Pine Ridge Reservation; five homes in each of the nine…
A 71-year-old Minnesota man riding alone Thursday died of injuries after his motorcycle skidded on Silver City Road and rolled into a grassy ditch near Pactola Reservoir west of Rapid City.
Only one week ago, some areas of KOTA Territory had up to seven inches of snow. Today, temperatures reached nearly 90 degrees, and some outdoor workers had trouble adjusting to the weather shift.
Douglas Ipsen is accused of strangling 37-year-old Kent Davidson with a bed sheet on Sept. 7. Davidson died the next day from his injuries.
In the 1900s, Homestake Mining Co. created the sprawling water system that today continues to serve the city of Lead. Aging pipelines attacked by naturally shifting corrosive soils are leaking…
Seven Lead-Deadwood mail carriers suffered injuries the past three years. That prompted plans to switch one-fourth of Lead-Deadwood addresses from direct mail to centralized delivery stations…
According to GasBuddy.com, the price of gasoline has dropped nearly twelve cents in the past month in South Dakota, averaging $3.34 per gallon or three cents lower than the national average.
Three lakes along the Peter Norbeck Scenic Byway will see their water levels go down this week as the Black Hills National Forest Service begins the Lakes Enhancement project.
SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (AP) — Census Bureau estimates show that South Dakota was one of 15 states that saw increases in the number of people living in poverty between 2012 and 2013.
SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (AP) — A national group is spending $200,000 for political ads criticizing the way former Gov. Mike Rounds handled South Dakota's immigrant investor program.
The award is given out by Firewise USA Community program for mitigating wildfire hazards near their homes like bushes, trees, and certain kinds of roofs.
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