Students Describe Bloody Scene at Texas College
A 20-year-old student who told police he had fantasized for years about stabbing people to death went on a rampage with a knife at a suburban Houston community college, hurting more than a dozen people, authorities said.
Hossa, Emery Carry Blackhawks To 1-0 Win Over Wild
Marian Hossa’s unassisted goal late in the second period lifted the NHL-leading Chicago Blackhawks to their fifth win in six games, 1-0 over the Minnesota Wild on Tuesday night.
Guthrie Solid Again As Royals Top Twins 7-4
Jeremy Guthrie won his career-best seventh straight decision, dating to last season, and Alcides Escobar had three hits and an RBI as the Kansas City Royals beat the Minnesota Twins 7-4 Tuesday night. Joe Mauer, Josh Willingham and Eduardo Escobar each hit solo homers to keep the Twins close.
Bond Reduced for Rhiannon White, Mother of 3 Kids Killed in Fire
A Sioux Falls woman charged with drug possession and child neglect after a fire that killed her three children might be able to leave jail under a new set of bond conditions.
Thousands without Power in Sioux Falls Due to Ice Storm
Over 10,000 residents are without power due to a combination of wind and ice on power lines.
Senator Tim Johnson Announces Support for Same-sex Marriage
Sen. Tim Johnson has announced that he has decided to support same-sex marriage legislation.
Southeast Technical Institute Warns Against Texting While Driving
The Southeast Technical Institute in Sioux Falls is holding an event to warn people of the dangers of texting while driving.
South Dakota Only State to Pass Guns-in-Schools Law
South Dakota is the only state that so far has passed a law allowing school personnel to carry guns in schools, despite the proliferation of such bills in the aftermath of the Newtown, Conn., massacre.
Feds, South Dakota Chiropractor Association Reach Settlement
he U.S. Department of Justice says it has reached a settlement with a chiropractor association in South Dakota over fixed prices.
Cold Weather Affects Farmers in Eastern South Dakota
Continued below normal temperatures limited the ability for fieldwork in eastern portions of South Dakota.