The state Division of Banking is rolling out a plan to ensure trust companies are better complying with federal law. The move comes after the Financial Crimes Enforcement Network, or FinCEN, fined a South Dakota registered trust company $1.5 million for failing to report suspicious transactions.
The Rapid City mayoral candidate who came in second place is filing a request for a ballot recount. Alderman Laura Armstrong lost to fellow Alderman Jason Salamun by 269 votes.
Despite having extremely important jobs, first responders have few opportunities to practice lifesaving skills without the pressure that comes with a real emergency.
The United States Department of Labor is ordering a South Dakota helicopter ambulance service to reinstate a mechanic who reported safety concerns.
The Division of Criminal Investigation is looking into an inmate death at Minnehaha County Jail.
As smoke from Canadian wildfires blanket the country – particularly the Northeast – fire departments sharing resources is as important as ever.
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"Dakota Modern: The Art of Oscar Howe" opens on Saturday at the South Dakota Art Museum. Ahead of the celebration, we preview the exhibition and reflect on its power.