FTA: Yankton Can’t Provide Exclusive Bus Service
YANKTON - A recent Federal Transit Administration ruling is telling Yankton Transit that it can no longer provide exclusive school bus service to young riders.
Georgia City Council Votes to Require Gun Ownership
NELSON, Ga. - Backers of a newly adopted ordinance requiring gun ownership in a small north Georgia town acknowledge they were largely seeking to make a point about gun rights.
Connecticut Lawmakers Unveil Bipartisan Gun Control Plan
HARTFORD, Conn. - With an announcement of sweeping proposals to curb gun violence, Connecticut lawmakers said they are hoping to send a message to Congress and other state legislators across the country: A bipartisan agreement on gun control is possible.
Minnehaha County Detox Center Off Probation
SIOUX FALLS - The Minnehaha County Detoxification Center put on probation last year has re-earned state accreditation.
South Dakota Lawmakers Consider Livestock Inspection Fees
PIERRE - A legislative panel is reviewing the state Brand Board's decision to increase the fee for livestock inspections designed to prevent the theft of cattle, horses and mules in western South Dakota.
Man Given 30 Years in Baseball Bat Beating Death
RAPID CITY - A 22-year-old South Dakota man has been sentenced to 30 years in prison for beating a sleeping man to death with a baseball bat on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation.
Hughes State’s Attorney Gors Resigns Post
PIERRE - Hughes County state's attorney Max Gors has resigned citing health reasons after three months in the position.
Crazy Horse Memorial to Turn Blue for Autism
CUSTER - The Crazy Horse Memorial is turning blue on Tuesday to shine the light on autism.
South Dakota Man Pleads Guilty to Weapons Charge
PIERRE - A Presho man has pleaded guilty to a federal weapons charge.
Below Normal Temps Provide Few Days for Fieldwork
SIOUX FALLS - Below normal temperatures have limited the ability for snow to melt and kept soil temperatures at or below freezing across South Dakota.