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Aberdeen Police make arrests in apartment shooting
Aberdeen, S.D. (KSFY) - Two people are in custody for a shooting at an Aberdeen apartment. Aberdeen police say Douglas Jeremy Wilson, 30, of Aberdeen was arrested on 16 counts of shooting a firearm into an occupied structure.
$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
NSU community copes with loss of wrestler
ABERDEEN, S.D. (KSFY) - Losing a friend or loved one is never easy, just ask the friends and teammates of Curtis LeMair. The Northern State University wrestler died unexpectedly in October.
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.
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 approves $2.5 million grant for blind and visually impaired school
PIERRE, S.D. — On Wednesday, Gov. Kristi Noem approved a $2.5 million state grant to fund the construction of SDSBVI, or the South Dakota School for the Blind and Visually Impaired.
Senate Cowards Want Guns in Temple of Demcoracy
The Senate voted 20-13 yesterday for Senate Bill 115, Senator Jim Stalzer’s chickenly proposal to let 4,800 special permit holders carry guns in the Capitol, our sacred temple of democracy.
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.
South Dakota Might Offer Written Driver-License Test In Spanish
PIERRE, S.D. - South Dakota's written test for driver licenses might soon be in a second language. State senators voted 19-15 Thursday to offer it in Spanish. The measure goes next to the House of Representatives.
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.
'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
Rep. Dusty Johnson Back in South Dakota
SIOUX FALLS, S.D.-It’s already been a busy year in Washington and Congressman Dusty Johnson has been there for it all, while trying to settle into his new role as South Dakota’s US Representative. KDLT’s Miranda Paige caught up with him to see how the new job is going.
Voting more simple in South Dakota
RAPID CITY, S.D. (KEVN) - Governor Kristi Noem signed into law House Bill 1027 Tuesday. The bill was set out to revise provisions regarding vote centers and precinct workers. This means some counties can establish vote centers as the place for registered voters to cast their ballot on election day r
AG's presumptive probation repeal fails to pass South Dakota Senate
PIERRE, S.D. — The South Dakota attorney general’s landmark legislation of the year, the repeal of presumptive probation, has failed to pass the Senate. Attorney General Jason Ravnsborg’s Senate Bill 19 would have repealed presumptive probation, which requires judges to sentence low-level felony off