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Woman facing first degree murder charge after vehicle vs. pedestrian crash in Rapid City
A woman is facing a first degree murder charge after a vehicle vs. pedestrian crash in Rapid City Sunday. Around 12:45 p.m. Rapid City Police were called to the…
May 27, 2019 07:00 UTC Read More

Softball coach sentenced for sexually assaulting girl
A former Mitchell softball coach has been sentenced to spend five years in prison for sexually assaulting a 14-year-old girl last year.
May 23, 2019 07:00 UTC Read More

Analysis The Daily 202: Alabama Republicans want to challenge Roe v. Wade. But their abortion ban might not make it to the Supreme Court.
THE BIG IDEA: When state legislators in Alabama approved the most restrictive abortion law in the nation, the bill's sponsor left little question as to the purpose…
May 22, 2019 07:00 UTC Read More

South Dakota lawmakers assigned to studies
Ten topics will get attention before 2020 session, starting with electricity *service* in annexed areas. Others include mental health services, industrial hemp,…
Apr 23, 2019 06:59 UTC Read More

Family of I-70 shooting victim reveal concerns they had before the incident
COOPER COUNTY - It's been four months since someone shot and killed Sioux Falls mother Melissa Peskey while she was driving near Boonville on I-70,…
Apr 18, 2019 23:17 UTC Read More

He led efforts to unify Fresno courthouses, start Shaver Lake museum. Judge Quaschnick dies at 86
James Quaschnick, 86, former Fresno County, California, Superior Court judge, died Friday, April 5. He was instrumental in unifying the courts and a member of…
Apr 13, 2019 07:00 UTC Read More

The Supreme Court's Online Sales Tax Ruling Is Already a Huge Headache for Small Businesses
An overlooked ruling could force small businesses to pay sales tax in dozens, even hundreds, of jurisdictions where they have no representation.
Mar 19, 2019 06:59 UTC Read More

Bomb cyclone breaks records, brings blizzard conditions to the Plains
A powerful storm the National Weather *Service* says is "of historic proportions" stranded hundreds of people and left thousands without power Wednesday night…
Mar 13, 2019 15:25 UTC Read More

The Most Important Ballot Measures of 2018
Amid the din of election activity, don't forget the power and potential of the ballot initiative.
Oct 24, 2018 06:59 UTC Read More

Post-Wayfair Options for States South Dakota v. Wayfair
California: Officials are planning an early 2019 collections start date. Colorado: On September 11, 2018, the Department of Revenue announced they would…
Aug 29, 2018 06:59 UTC Read More

Rivers At Risk: Read About Your City’s Water Pollution Concerns
Every day, South Dakota's 20 most populous cities dump 49.2 million gallons of treated human and industrial wastewater into state rivers and creeks.
Aug 23, 2018 06:59 UTC Read More

Anthony Kennedy retires: court-packing, Democrats’ nuclear option response, explained
Almost as soon as Anthony Kennedy announced his retirement from the Supreme Court this past June, putting the legality of abortion and the safety of…
Jul 02, 2018 06:59 UTC Read More

Chamberlain man charged with first-degree murder
CHAMBERLAIN -- A 19-year-old Chamberlain man has been charged with first-degree murder after police say he hit a man in the head with "a large glass liquor…
Jun 04, 2018 06:59 UTC Read More

Zolnowsky Steps Down as South Dakota CIO
The Commissioner of the Bureau of Information and Telecommunications for South Dakota has retired.
Apr 04, 2018 06:59 UTC Read More

South Dakota's CIO retires after more than 44 years in state government
One of state government IT's veteran stalwarts has retired. South Dakota Chief Information Officer William “David” Zolnowsky logged his final hours on March…
Apr 03, 2018 06:59 UTC Read More

Tribes & NCAI File With US Supreme Court To Preserve Taxation Sovereignty
Tribal reservations, as sovereign governments, have the authority to collect taxes. Eight tribes within South Dakota's boundaries, along with the National.
Mar 08, 2018 07:59 UTC Read More

Howard to become magistrate judge
BROOKINGS – The South Dakota Supreme Court has approved the nomination of Abigail Howard as the new full-time magistrate judge for the Third Judicial…
Jan 19, 2018 07:59 UTC Read More

Recovering debts owed to South Dakotans Sturgis
When a debt is owed to you, sometimes it can be difficult to collect. Whether it's a grocery store that receives a bad check, a carpenter seeking payment on a.
Sep 10, 2017 06:59 UTC Read More

Former South Dakota judge to run for Congress as a Democrat
Former Circuit Court Judge Tim Bjorkman is planning to run for South Dakota's lone U.S. House seat as a Democrat.
Jul 10, 2017 06:59 UTC Read More

Speeding tickets surge after change to 80 mph limit
Highway Patrol increased speeding tickets after 80 mph law increased speed for motorists.
Mar 24, 2017 06:59 UTC Read More

How a braiding bill becomes a law
Community rises to dash braiding license in South Dakota.
Feb 10, 2017 07:59 UTC Read More

Parolee drug testing finds success in South Dakota
Joseph Sandmeier has tried about every drug there is and admits to a serious addiction to alcohol.
Oct 21, 2016 06:59 UTC Read More

Fallout from serious crimes continues in rural South Dakota county
BURKE, S.D. - Police chases. Gunfights. Explosives. Murder trials.What's normally a quiet region in south-central South Dakota, Gregory County has been a…
Sep 30, 2016 07:00 UTC Read More

Jury selection starts in trial of ex-police chief accused of...
BURKE, S.D. — The first murder trial in Gregory County in more than 30 years is set to begin Monday, as attorneys prepare to select the jury members who will…
Sep 11, 2016 07:00 UTC Read More

Owe SD some bucks? Better pay up
A new collections center is ready to collect money owed to South Dakota agencies and programs.
Jul 15, 2016 06:59 UTC Read More

Nacey gets 10-year prison sentence Local
DEADWOOD | A homeless, unemployed habitual offender whose criminal record fills 22 pages was sentenced last week to a decade in prison. He avoided…
Jun 02, 2016 06:59 UTC Read More

Arrests, convictions, fines and jail terms not enough to stop some multiple DUI drivers
At a full-day trial in February, a Pennington County jury was tasked to determine whether Randy L. Cowherd, 43, was guilty of driving under the influence of…
May 01, 2016 07:00 UTC Read More

Man who killed woman while robbing bank dies in prison
The man was serving two concurrent life sentences for first-degree murder and first-degree robbery.
Apr 30, 2016 06:59 UTC Read More

Jail plan could eliminate or reduce bail and bail bonds
On weekday mornings in Rapid City, people who have been charged with crimes make their first appearances before judges.
Mar 16, 2016 06:59 UTC Read More

Who enforces disabled parking permit laws?
Reader wonders who to call about suspected fraud.
Feb 17, 2016 08:00 UTC Read More

Christmas at the Capitol open through 10 p.m. Saturday
What is green and white and piney and 750 feet long? All 89 of the Christmas trees crammed into the nooks and crannies and hallways of the South Dakota…
Dec 23, 2015 07:59 UTC Read More

South Dakota gets F grade in 2015 State Integrity Investigation
The State Integrity Investigation is a comprehensive assessment of state government accountability and transparency done in partnership with Global Integrity.
Nov 12, 2015 07:59 UTC Read More

Five questions with SD Secretary of State Shantel Krebs Local
In September of 2013, then-state-Sen. Shantel Krebs, a Republican, announced she would run for South Dakota secretary of state, challenging the incumbent,…
Oct 17, 2015 07:00 UTC Read More

Former judge Srstka enjoys S.D. courthouse history
Forced into retirement by his age, Srstka reflects on his work and his historical hobby.
Aug 20, 2015 07:00 UTC Read More

Longest serving Bennett County Clerk of Courts set to retire
By Jonni Joyce. In 1981, when Linda Larson was appointed Clerk of Courts for the Sixth Circuit in South Dakota, the business of delivering justice had very few…
Jul 22, 2015 07:00 UTC Read More

Questions and answers on marijuana initiative
Decriminalization does not equate to legalization in new pot push.
Jul 14, 2015 07:00 UTC Read More

Mother: My son needs treatment, not jail time
Mental health advocates say Valley Springs case spotlights need for a mental health court.
May 26, 2015 06:59 UTC Read More

Mental health court considered as alternative to prison
Second Circuit Judge Doug Hoffman says a mental health court could produce better results for taxpayers and society and help lower the state's prison…
May 02, 2015 06:59 UTC Read More

Judge Gregory Stoltenburg Appointed As Presiding Judge Of The Third Judicial Circuit
Chief Justice David Gilbertson announced today the appointment of the Honorable Gregory Stoltenburg as Presiding Judge for the Third Judicial Circuit. Judge…
Apr 15, 2015 07:00 UTC Read More

South Dakota drug courts helping to lower prison population
In the last two years, Joel Amick, Kelly Carpenter and many others who are going through drug court have helped stabilize the prison population in South…
Feb 23, 2015 07:59 UTC Read More

Who pays for judicial campaigns? The candidates don't know
The public, but not the candidates, get to know who donates to judicial candidates.
Oct 29, 2014 07:00 UTC Read More

On the Move
On the Move includes news about promotions, hires, anniversaries, awards and appointments at South Dakota businesses.
Sep 16, 2014 07:00 UTC Read More

South Dakota law gives offenders lesser punishment
Drug addicts, thieves and repeat drunken drivers don't go to prison in South Dakota anymore.
Aug 11, 2014 07:00 UTC Read More

Sentencing reforms cut prison crowding but shift burden
State touts long-term safety benefits of prison alternatives, acknowledges short-term pain.
Aug 02, 2014 07:00 UTC Read More


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