For the first time in five years, the state of South Dakota carried out capital punishment Oct. 15.
Eric Robert, 50, was executed by lethal injection and was officially declared dead by coroners at 10:24 p.m. Robert was sentenced to death for the...State/Local
The South Dakota Board of Regents Budget and Finance Committee gave the University of South Dakota approval on Oct. 10 to move forward in the legislative process with the expansion of the Muenster...State/Local
The University of South Dakota announced Oct. 16 Chick-fil-A would remain a dining option in the expanded Muenster University Center expected to be completed in spring 2014.
In a statement...State/Local
The Board of Regents approved two projects for the University of South Dakota at its Oct. 10 meeting.
Part of the BOR’s meeting was to discuss the 2013 Board-Sponsored Legislation. If approved,...State/Local
One of the shining jewels of the University of South Dakota is hidden in a basement, slowly falling apart.
Located in the basement of Dakota Hall, the Oral History Center is home to South...State/Local
1. Officer on bike patrol encountered an 18-year-old Vermillion male with an open container at the 300 block of N. Dakota St. Male was cited for underage consumption of alcohol.
According to the University Police Department, illegal activities during Dakota Days at the University of South Dakota remained comparable to last year’s D-Days, with a slight increase in...State/Local
The Vermillion Police Department is still investigating a series of vandalism that occurred in the early hours of Sept. 29.
According to Detective Robin Hower, the vandal or vandals slashed tires,...State/Local