Last year, the University of South Dakota had two bomb scares — one in the Arts & Sciences building when a bomb threat was written on a bathroom stall and another in Coyote Village when unidentified material was found in a jar — that called...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
As Dakota Days 2012 moves into the weekend, police forces around the area are preparing for the high intake of traffic expected to hit Vermillion for the homecoming celebration.
1. Officers encountered a drunk driver near the 10 block of Center St. A 23-year-old Sioux City man was arrested and charged with DWI.
2. Police caught a 22-year-old male urinating in...State/Local
This fall, the University of South Dakota became the first Board of Regents’ university to permit alcohol in select residence halls.
Pertaining only to McFadden and Coyote Village, the new rule...State/Local
Underage referrals and citations for consumption of alcohol have tripled this year at the University of South Dakota compared to 2011, police officials said.
According to the University Police...State/Local