South Dakota officials warn residents of snow on gas meters after two house explosions
Fire officials said more than 10 feet of snow was on the gas meters when the explosions occurred.
Couple battling cancer both die on same day
Steve and Wendy Hawkins of South Dakota passed away in a local hospital.
Buried in snow, semi truck drivers spend days trapped at South Dakota fuel stop
Extremely strong wind gusts created drifting snow, shutting down major highways in South Dakota.
South Dakota governor bans TikTok for state agencies, warning of security threat
Accessing the app will be a criminal offense, she said, adding TikTok poses a threat to the Mount Rushmore State and the personal data of all South Dakotans.
Monkey at zoo injured, undergoes surgery after bottle thrown into enclosure
"It is never okay to throw objects in an animal’s enclosure," officials posted on Facebook.
Why the skies over the Plains turned green during Tuesday's derecho
It may look like a filter - but something in the air turned the skies green Tuesday night in South Dakota.
SD gov: Bar abortion pills, but don't punish women for them
South Dakota is among several states, including Texas, Kentucky, Arkansas, Ohio, where Republicans have moved to further restrict access to abortion pills in recent months.
Canadian cyclist on fundraiser ride dies after being hit by semi
A Canadian cyclist struck by a truck driver in South Dakota last week died from his injuries on Monday, authorities say.
2022 midterms: Primaries shift focus to control of US House
Primary elections in seven states Tuesday will set the stage for U.S. House and Senate races this fall.
South Dakota Supreme Court rules against marijuana legalization
The South Dakota Supreme Court has upheld a lower court’s ruling that nullified a voter-passed amendment to the state constitution that would have legalized recreational marijuana use.
COVID-19 surge: South Dakota cases increase nearly 4 times over 2 weeks
The number of COVID-19 cases in South Dakota increased significantly over a span of two weeks following one of the most popular motorcycle enthusiast rallies in the country which drew hundreds of thousands of people.
Sturgis bikers flock to boy's lemonade stand
A young motorcycle enthusiast's lemonade stand has become a hit among riders at Sturgis this year. But, it's also turned into a vehicle to raise thousands of dollars for charity and create a college fund.
South Dakota to deploy National Guard troops to Texas border
South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem announced that she is deploying National Guard troops to Texas to help with border security, joining a growing list of Republican governors -- including Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis -- who have committed to sending law enforcement officers to the U.S. border with Mexico.
Minnesota lawmaker proposes path for counties to join South Dakota
A Republican Minnesota state representative is introducing legislation that would create a pathway for Minnesota counties to secede from the state and join the South Dakota.
South Dakota Airport employee juggles batons, entertains passengers waiting for flight
Video posted on Facebook showed the moment an airport employee in South Dakota gave a stellar performance, juggling batons and entertaining onlookers on March 6.
Yuma man accused of sexually assaulting children in South Dakota
Daniel William Lehmann, according to officials, is accused of sexually assaulting two minors in Sioux Falls, South Dakota from 2009 to 2014.
South Dakota humane society will let you name a litter box after your ex
The Sioux Falls Area Humane Society in South Dakota is letting anyone feeling vindictive this Valentine’s Day to name a litter box after their ex.
EMS worker proposes to nurse during COVID-19 vaccine appointment
Robby Vargas-Cortes got a COVID-19 vaccine and a fiancée.
Sheriff: South Dakota AG reported hitting deer, but actually hit and killed man
South Dakota investigators says that Attorney General Jason Ravnsborg reported hitting a deer with his car on Saturday night but actually killed a pedestrian whose body was not found until the next day.
Report: 266K US COVID cases traced to Sturgis; WI bikers 'don't believe it'
The report says Sturgis generated public health costs of $12.2 billion -- enough, researchers say, to have paid every rally attendee $26,000 dollars to stay home.