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The Little Church On The South Dakota Prairie That Is Just Begging To Be Visited

The Chapel in the Hills. St. Joseph Cathedral. The Cathedral on the Prairie. South Dakota is chock full of stunning churches, but we are willing to bet you have never heard of today’s featured chapel, which is as beautiful as it is historic. Read on as we travel to the quiet South Dakota prairie and


South Dakota governor: State 'devastated' by Trump trade wars

South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem (R) said Friday that President Trump 's trade wars have "devastated” her state and she urged the administration to finish trade talks with China.


Crews clean up derailed train in central South Dakota

WESSINGTON S.D. – A train derailment in Central South Dakota kept law enforcement busy on Thursday afternoon. After noon in the town of Wessington, a Rapid City, Pierre and Eastern Railroad train left the tracks and piled up. Drone footage submitted by area resident James Waldrop shows over a dozen


South Dakota high school football championships to move to South Dakota State for 2019

Next week, the South Dakota High School Activities Association is expected to announce the site for this year’s high school football state championships while the DakotaDome undergoes renovations. It’s expected that Dana J. Dykhouse Stadium at South Dakota State will be the host site, according to A


$100K bond posted for man charged in South Dakota apartment shooting

ABERDEEN, S.D. - A $100,000 cash bond has been set for one of two people arrested in connection to the Feb. 3 shooting of an apartment building on the east side of Aberdeen. Douglas Jeremy Wilson, 30, and Brittney Elise Springs, 28, both of Aberdeen, were taken into custody, according to a news rele


OU wrestling: Sooners keep win streak alive with 30-6 victory over South Dakota State

The Sooners won in dominating fashion to secure their fourth consecutive victory, winning by a score of 30-6 over the South Dakota State Jackrabbits Friday night in the Lloyd Noble Center.


State reaches plea deal with South Dakota woman in attempted murder, arson case

MITCHELL, S.D. — A former Mitchell woman originally accused of trying to kill her ex-husband and setting her house on fire pleaded no contest to aggravated assault Thursday afternoon, Feb. 21.


Noem: Trump Tariffs Devastating South Dakota Farms

Enjoying some time away from Pierre back in Washington, D.C., Governor Kristi Noem told Politico yesterday that the Trump tariffs have “devastated” South Dakota agriculture:


'Farmer of the Year' film shot in South Dakota and Minnesota screens in Aberdeen March 1-7

TYLER, Minn. – YellowHouse Films is proud to announce the screening of a new 'coming of aging' feature film, "Farmer of the Year" at the Capitol Cinema in Aberdeen, March 1-7. “Farmer of the Year” was shot around Southwest Minnesota and South Dakota, including a long sequence at Mitchell's Corn Pala


Eastern South Dakota in line for more snow today; blowing snow a concern this weekend (Audio)

ABERDEEN, S.D.–More wintry weather for eastern South Dakota as we head into the final weekend of February. Winter Weather Advisories are posted along and on either side of the James River Valley—places like Aberdeen, Huron and Mitchell.


Sex offender from South Dakota arrested at Pittsburgh homeless camp

PITTSBURGH - A sex offender from South Dakota has been arrested at a homeless camp in Pittsburgh, officials said. Gregory Davis was arrested at the camp off Arlington Avenue, Channel 11 Rick Earle reported. He was taken into custody by the Allegheny County Sheriff's Office Fugitive Task Force.


Senate approves bill for South Dakota National Guard aviation facility expansion

RAPID CITY, S.D. — The state Senate has approved a bill to fund major expansion of the Army National Guard’s aviation support facility at Rapid City Regional Airport. The price tag for the upgraded facility is $20 million dollars.


Equestrian wins twice in South Dakota

No. 7 TCU equestrian (4-4) picked up two blowout wins in Brookings, South Dakota, over the weekend, defeating South Dakota State 13-6 and Minnesota-Crookston 14-2. First-years Natalia DeVencenty and Izzy Baxter led the way for the Frogs in the first meet, each earning Most Outstanding Performer hono


South Dakota Bighorn Sheep Confirmed New World Record

On Jan. 24th, the Pope and Young Club assembled a special panel to officially measure a new potential world record Rocky Mountain bighorn sheep, taken by Clayton Miller in Pennington County, S.D. in October 2018.


Investigation into missing South Dakota girl, 9, remains 'top priority'

ROCKERVILLE, S.D. — The investigation into a 9-year-old girl who ran away from a youth residential home in rural Pennington County remains ongoing nearly three weeks after she went missing.


Cameron Park Zoo to adopt orphaned South Dakota mountain lion cub

It was lucky that South Dakota Game, Fish and Parks Department staff found the three mountain lion cubs in the Black Hills, less lucky they also discovered the dead body of the cubs' mother.


South Dakota lawmakers kill proposed law that would prevent teachers from mentioning trans people

South Dakota has effectively killed their third anti-transgender bill of the 2019 session, sending HB 1108 to its 41st legislative day on a 7-2 vote in a session full of wild claims about transgender people and South Dakota schools.


South Dakota Lawmakers Kill Anti-Trans Bill, but Another One Remains

A state Senate committee rejected House Bill 1108, which legal advocates describe as “a truly insidious bill.” South Dakota lawmakers rejected a bill that would have made it difficult, if not impossible, to teach kids about trans people in the state’s public schools.


7 Quirky South Dakota Roadside Attractions That Are Worthy Of A Pilgrimage

Everyone knows that South Dakota is as wholesome as it is historic, but sometimes it can get a little, dare we say, weird? If quirky is your thing and you enjoy roadside attractions, you are in luck, as these 7 in South Dakota are worthy of both a pilgrimage and a photo or two:


Governor Noem doesn't want CBD in South Dakota

RAPID CITY, S.D. (KEVN) - CBD is derived from the hemp plant and is not legal in South Dakota. Police even raided two Rapid City stores with the products in Septemeber. Noem says hemp and CBD oil will ultimately lead to the legalization of marijuana.