Federal trial delayed for former Walworth County prosecutor

Plan to add human traffickers to sex offender list advances

Officers bust house, find drugs, stolen property, runaway

South Dakota State Fair organizers announce new theme

Jump Start program aims to help American Indian students

Sioux Falls woman admits to selling synthetic marijuana

Death of man found lying in field deemed 'questionable'

15 at Vermillion business treated for carbon monoxide

Rounds tapped to head panel with regulatory oversight

Rapid City and Garretson teachers get national certification

Former school custodian pleads guilty to enticement of minor

South Dakota State Fair organizers announce new theme

Sisseton attorney re-elected as chairwoman of parole board

Family of slain Pierre teen suing classmate who shot him

Low oil prices a bonus for Minnesota railroad regulators

Secy of State's election law changes move forward at Capitol

State panel approves opiate overdose antidote proposal

Fire Destroys NW Watertown Home

Senate panel approves military spouse weapon permit measure

Daugaard overrides grant recommendation; union leader upset

Aberdeen police searching for 2 armed robbery suspects

Diocese expects 4,000 Catholic school students this week

South Dakota leading sunflower state for 2 years straight

State lawmaker married a day before heading to Legislature

President of Mitchell Technical Institute plans to retire

Markers used to denote Dakota borders on display in Pierre

Cases of sexually transmitted diseases climb in South Dakota

Bogus home rental scam hitting Sturgis in lead-up to rally

Underage Party Busted in Hamlin County

Minnesota Man Rolls Vehicle in Codington County after Hit and Run


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Charges stem from protest over son's death
Still seeking justice in their son's death, Kendrick Johnson's parents and five other relatives face misdemeanor charges related to a 2013 protest, their attorney says. Each of the seven family members could face up to a year in prison, a $1,000 fine, or both.
'Historic and destructive' storm brewing
Storms forecast for New York, New Jersey, New England; Massachusetts could see "historic and destructive" blizzard.
4-year old calls 911, saves pregnant mom
Calise Manning is being called a hero for helping her pregnant mother and calling 911 operators in Kalamazoo, Michigan.
Doomsday Clock moves closer to midnight
The world is closer to doomsday.
Radio and TV talk show pioneer dies
New York City radio and television personality Joe Franklin had died. He was 88.
Lindsey Vonn gets record 64th World Cup win
The winning machine that is Lindsey Vonn proved unstoppable again Sunday with rivals left trailing in the World Cup super-G at St Moritz.
Netanyahu visit continues to stir emotion
White House Chief of Staff Denis McDonough says the United States shouldn't wade into Israeli politics -- even if the country's prime minister, Benjamin Netanyahu, plans to weigh in on American policies.
2016 race kicks off with long day of auditions
The 2016 Republican presidential race in Iowa got its unofficial start Saturday with a marathon of speeches, giving close to a dozen potential candidates a chance to introduce (or re-introduce) themselves to a core group of caucus-goers roughly one year before the contest.
NFL says it's looking into Deflategate
Deflategate is not just a bunch of hot air. The league said the Super Bowl-bound New England Patriots used footballs that didn't meet league specifications in the first half of the AFC championship.
See 2015's Super Bowl ads
Get an early look at what companies will be serving up during commercial breaks at this year's Super Bowl.
Big asteroid to fly by Earth
Chicago Cubs legend Ernie Banks dies at 83
The former Negro League upstart turned Cubs legend turned favorite son of Chicago died Friday in the Illinois city, family attorney Mark Bogen said. Banks was 83.
2 Marines die in helicopter crash
Two U.S. Marines died on a training mission in Southern California when their helicopter crashed, a military statement said.
Officer's body-cam captures fatal shooting
A man identified as Terence Walker is seen in a police body-camera video bolting from a Muskogee, Oklahoma, officer who felt a weapon after a pat down.
Woman gets 4 years for wanting to join ISIS
A federal judge gave a four-year prison sentence Friday to a 19-year-old Colorado woman who admitted guilt in wanting to become an ISIS bride and participate in its jihad in the Mideast.
Sources: 11 of 12 Pats footballs underinflated
Eleven of 12 footballs were inflated 2 pounds per square inch below what's required by NFL regulations during the Pats' 45-7 victory over the Indianapolis Colts, according to sources.
Banks died after heart attack, family says
Ernie Banks' family has announced that the Chicago Cubs Hall of Famer died after suffering a heart attack.
NFL warns Seahawks about Lynch gesture
The NFL's head of officiating told ESPN that the Seahawks have been warned that if running back Marshawn Lynch makes an obscene gesture after scoring a touchdown or at any other time during the Super Bowl, the team will be penalized 15 yards.
Sources: Transfer Iverson enrolls at URI
Memphis transfer Kuran Iverson has enrolled at Rhode Island and will suit up for the Rams next season, sources told ESPN.com.
Chip Ganassi Racing wins record 6th Rolex 24
Scott Dixon drove a gritty and long final leg to lead Chip Ganassi Racing and its "star car" to a record sixth victory in the Rolex 24 at Daytona.
Vonn extends WC record with 64th victory
Lindsey Vonn mastered a tricky super-G race on Sunday for a record-extending 64th World Cup victory.
Waiters: Not scapegoat for Cavs' early issues
Less than two weeks after being traded to the Oklahoma City Thunder, Dion Waiters was back in Cleveland on Saturday, preparing for Sunday's game against his former team.
SVG on Jennings injury: 'Doesn't look good'
Detroit Pistons guard Brandon Jennings had to be helped to the locker room with an apparent lower left leg injury late in the third quarter of Saturday's 101-86 loss to the Milwaukee Bucks.
Coach K to Uncle Sam: Plumlee to join Army
After he graduates from Duke, Marshall Plumlee will go from playing for Coach K to working for Uncle Sam.
Sources: NHL mulls Ryder Cup-style tourney
The newly resurrected World Cup of Hockey is a jumping off point for an ambitious international calendar that will include an innovative Ryder Cup-style tournament featuring the best European players taking on the best North American players.
Sharapova, Bouchard to meet in quarters
Eugenie Bouchard moved into the quarterfinals of another Grand Slam with a 6-1, 5-7, 6-2 win over Irina-Camelia Begu on Sunday at the Australian Open.
Belichick says Patriots 'followed every rule'
Bill Belichick stated that the New England Patriots "followed every rule" in preparing their footballs for last Sunday's AFC Championship Game, offering several potential reasons behind the "Deflategate" controversy.
Kiffin to remain Bama OC, won't jump to NFL
Lane Kiffin, reportedly a candidate for the San Francisco 49ers' offensive coordinator job, will return to Alabama next season as offensive coordinator, the Crimson Tide announced Saturday.
Kaminsky, No. 6 Wisconsin prevail in overtime
Frank Kaminsky scored eight of his 22 points in overtime, and No. 6 Wisconsin held off Michigan 69-64 on Saturday night.
Aldridge's surprise return suits Blazers in win
LaMarcus Aldridge returned to the Trail Blazers two days after he said he was going to have thumb surgery and recorded 26 points and nine rebounds in Portland's 103-96 victory over the Washington Wizards on Saturday.