Executive Director Christine Diers said the Sturgis Motorcycle Museum & Hall of Fame had its best two days ever this week in its 14-year history as the 75th rally anniversary blasted off.
STURGIS, S.D. -- Pepper Elliott hightailed it home from a campground concert east of Sturgis when a heavy storm hit the city. She was hoping to avoid getting too wet,...
SELBY, S.D -- A coalition has formed in South Dakota to try to improve soil health and thus the productivity of the land. Chairman Doug Sieck said the goal is to connect farmers and ranchers across the state so they can learn more about ways to improve organic matter to also keep and “regenerate” the soil for years to come.
Half-mile motorcycle races gave the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally its start in 1938 when local Indian motorcycle dealer J.C. “Pappy” Hoel and the rest of his newly formed club drew about 200 spectators to nine races.
The North Dakota State Fair is marking its 50th anniversary with a special day to mark the occasion, and a lineup of entertainment including such musical superstars as Miranda Lambert, Keith Urban and Aerosmith.
GETTYSBURG, S.D. -- South Dakotan Lynn Hart, who is half black and half Native American, said if a black family was crossing through central South Dakota on U.S. Highway 212 in Gettysburg and got stopped by police they would likely feel terrorized. Why? The patches on the small town’s two police officers have a Confederate flag on them.
ALBERT LEA, Minn. -- Three months after skeletal remains were found along Interstate 90 in southeast Minnesota, there are still no breaks in the case. Freeborn County Chief Deputy Todd...
ST. PAUL -- Minnesota State Patrol trooper Peter Schultz averaged a DWI arrest more than every other day last year to lead the state’s DWI Enforcer All-Star list. In all, the 28-year-old Schultz, who works out of Oakdale, had 199 DWI arrests in the east metropolitan area of the Twin Cities..
Minot is in the final running in national competition for federal support in its effort to recover from the city’s devastating flood of the Souris River in 2011.
GARRETSON, S.D. -- Vicious storms continued to pummel the region with hurricane-force winds, hail and heavy rains. With storms from western North Dakota into southeastern Minnesota, the damage was piling up after the powerful weather started Friday and continued into Monday.