District 17 will host its 2012 election for the state House of Representatives Nov. 6, with candidates Ray Ring, Marion Sorlien and Nancy Rasmussen.
At a glance, the three candidates have similar platforms. Democrat Marion Sorlien is heavily...State/Local
1. VPD received a report of a juvenile male who was allegedly in possession of a handgun. Male was not brandishing or displaying handgun in a threatening fashion but caller believed him to...State/Local
The University of South Dakota had 800 tickets available for the Oct. 20 game against North Dakota State University. Along with admission to the game, the ticket included a bus to Sioux Falls for the...State/Local
Three student organizations from the University of South Dakota were recognized at the South Dakota Board of Regents meeting Oct. 10 for their outstanding academic, community and organizational...State/Local
Based on its 2012 Clery report, alcohol arrests and referrals were down on the University of South Dakota campus during the 2011-2012 school year.
USD released its annual Clery report to students,...State/Local
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...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