South Dakota’s Al Neuharth Passes Friday at Age 89
The nation has lost a "great media innovator" with the death of USA Today founder Al Neuharth. Neuharth died Friday in Cocoa Beach, Fla. He was 89.
Couture, Havlat Lead Sharks In Crushing Wild
Logan Couture and Marty Havlat did much more than just shut down Minnesota's top line. They dominated the score sheet for San Jose, as well. Couture and Havlat each scored two goals and the Sharks closed in on a ninth straight playoff berth, beating the Wild 6-1 on Thursday night.
Wild Move AHL Team From Houston To Des Moines
The Minnesota Wild are moving their primary minor league team to Iowa. The Wild made the long-anticipated announcement Thursday that their American Hockey League affiliate will relocate from Houston to Des Moines, starting next season.
FBI Releases Images of 2 Men at Boston Marathon
The FBI has released photos of two suspects in the Boston Marathon bombings and is asking for the public's help in identifying them.
Annual Spring Cleanup Delayed Again in Brookings
The city of Brookings has again had to postpone its annual "Dump Day" event because of wintry weather.
No Insurance Coverage in Crash That Hurt 4 Boys
The South Dakota Supreme Court says an insurance company does not have to cover a Rapid City woman for a crash because her policy expired 12 hours before she hit four boys on their bicycles.
Chris Miller of Scotland Plans to Appeal Murder Conviction
A South Dakota man sentenced to life in prison for causing the death of his infant son plans to appeal his conviction on second-degree murder and aggravated assault convictions.
2 Families Battling Over Deadwood Burial Plot
Two families are battling over a burial plot in a Deadwood cemetery, and the City Commission is caught in between.
Confederate Flag Removed at Hot Springs VA Hospital
Officials at the Veterans Affairs medical center in Hot Springs have removed a Confederate flag from a historical display after some patients complained.
South Dakota Official Studies Court Ruling on DUI Tests
South Dakota Attorney General Marty Jackley says his office is reviewing a U.S. Supreme Court ruling to determine if it will have any effect on the state's law regarding blood tests for people suspected of drunken driving.