Texas Man Sentence To Prison For Setting Fire To ApartmentsA Texas man has been sentenced to six years in prison for setting a fire that destroyed an apartment building in South Dakota.
Travel Guide To Mount Rushmore National MemorialPractical travel guide to one of the jewels of the National Parks System, Mount Rushmore National Memorial
Under-The-Radar National ParksVacationers might be interested in visiting one of these under-the-radar national parks to get away from the large crowds and heavy traffic in the most popular parks, like Yosemite, Yellowstone and the Grand Canyon.
Decatur Pipeline Maker Expands To South DakotaA Texas-based pipeline manufacturer is expanding its operations to South Dakota. Pipeline Plastics is adding a plant in Belle Fourche that is expected to create 25 to 40 full-time jobs to the area.
Dallas Woman Charged In SD Slaying Cites Mental Illness A Dallas woman charged with killing a South Dakota man a year and a half ago says she has psychiatric problems and has been victimized by a life of crime and drugs.
South Dakota Murder Suspect Cites Mental IllnessA Texas woman charged with killing a South Dakota man a year and a half ago says she has psychiatric problems and has been victimized by a life of crime and drugs.
Dallas Woman Charged In South Dakota MurderA 34-year-old woman from Dallas has been charged with the murder of a 52-year-old man in South Dakota, in a homicide case that occurred more than a year and a half ago.
Texas Ag. Commissioner: 'Pink Slime' Outcry UnfoundedThe Texas Agriculture Commissioner has joined a growing choir of voices bemoaning the public outcry against the processed ground beef product known as “pink slime."
Governors Urge Consumers To Rethink 'Pink Slime'The main producer of 'pink slime' and the politicians defending the company will have a hard time persuading consumers to accept the product.
Warren Jeffs Is Pestering South Dakota County OfficialsA polygamist who's in prison for sexual assault has been pestering South Dakota county officials with letters and boxes of books.
Could US Drivers Ever Abide By Cellphone Ban?Junior Woods has a well-practiced routine for conducting business on the road: While driving throughout rural Arkansas, the electronics salesman steals a glance at his cellphone every so often, checking for text messages and emails.
Enormous Hailstone Breaks Record (Photo)