Fire crews in South Dakota had the tough task of rescuing a deer stuck in a culvert, and the rescue was captured on video.
Fire officials said more than 10 feet of snow was on the gas meters when the explosions occurred.
Extremely strong wind gusts created drifting snow, shutting down major highways in South Dakota.
Police in Mitchell, South Dakota are investigating a couple who traveled from Washington state with the body of a dead 8-year-old girl.
South Dakota is among several states, including Texas, Kentucky, Arkansas, Ohio, where Republicans have moved to further restrict access to abortion pills in recent months.
A Canadian cyclist struck by a truck driver in South Dakota last week died from his injuries on Monday, authorities say.
Primary elections in seven states Tuesday will set the stage for U.S. House and Senate races this fall.
The South Dakota Supreme Court has upheld a lower court’s ruling that nullified a voter-passed amendment to the state constitution that would have legalized recreational marijuana use.
The great-grandson of famed Lakota Sioux Chief Sitting Bull has been confirmed as his closest living relative by scientists, who used a new DNA technique.
The number of COVID-19 cases in South Dakota increased significantly over a span of two weeks following one of the most popular motorcycle enthusiast rallies in the country which drew hundreds of thousands of people.
A 10-year-old boy who died in the Big Sioux River saved one of his younger siblings who had fallen into the water.
Video posted on Facebook showed the moment an airport employee in South Dakota gave a stellar performance, juggling batons and entertaining onlookers on March 6.
Recreational marijuana initiatives passed in four states this year, from liberal New Jersey to conservative Montana and South Dakota. The results prove how broadly accepted marijuana has become.
South Dakota investigators says that Attorney General Jason Ravnsborg reported hitting a deer with his car on Saturday night but actually killed a pedestrian whose body was not found until the next day.
A study from San Diego State University shows 19 percent of the 1.4 million new coronavirus cases in the United States over the last month can be traced back to the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally in South Dakota in August.
An analysis of anonymous cell phone data from Camber Systems, a firm that aggregates cell phone activity for health researchers, found that 61% of all the counties in the U.S. have been visited by someone who attended Sturgis, creating a travel hub that was comparable to a major U.S. city.
The powerful storm system that roared across the Midwest earlier this week killed at least two people and also caused widespread damage to millions of acres of crops in Iowa, according to officials.
Up to 250,000 are expected to attend the rally, which stretches on for nearly another week.
The New York Times reported on Saturday that in 2019, a White House aide asked South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem's office about how a president could get added to the famed mountain sculpture.
Many who rode their bikes into Sturgis on Friday expressed defiance at the rules and restrictions that have marked life in many locales during the pandemic.