- Jackley, other AGs send religious liberty letter to Congress Updated: Jul-03-15 6:06 pm
PIERRE, South Dakota - As same-sex couples begin to marry in South Dakota, Attorney General Marty Jackley wants to make sure the religious liberties of citizens who object to gay marriages are protected, the state's top law enforcement official said.
- AG: Employees can have someone else issue marriage license Updated: Jul-02-15 2:17 pm
SIOUX FALLS, South Dakota - Attorney General Marty Jackley says if a county employee in South Dakota has religious objections to gay marriage they can have another employee issue a marriage license to a same-sex couple.
- Man dies after motorcycle, semi-truck collide on I-29 Updated: Jun-26-15 7:36 pm
BERESFORD, South Dakota - A 59-year-old man is dead after the motorcycle he was driving was clipped by a semi-truck on Interstate 29 in South Dakota during a period of heavy rain.
- In South Dakota, gay marriages quickly commence Updated: Jun-26-15 7:23 pm
SIOUX FALLS, South Dakota - Gay South Dakotans exulted Friday as the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that same-sex couples in America have the constitutional right to marry and county officials across the state began issuing marriage licenses to all.
- The Latest: Pennington County issues same-sex license Updated: Jun-26-15 1:46 pm
SIOUX FALLS, South Dakota - The latest South Dakota reaction over Supreme Court ruling that says gay couples nationwide may marry:
- Event celebrating reopening of Hood Tunnel set for this week Updated: Jun-24-15 2:17 am
SIOUX FALLS, South Dakota - The state Department of Transportation and Custer State Park are hosting an event to celebrate the reopening of Hood Tunnel on Highway 87 close to Sylvan Lake.
- Judge upholds Jackley's explanation of initiated measure Updated: Jun-19-15 11:13 am
PIERRE, South Dakota - Attorney General Marty Jackley says a circuit judge has upheld his written explanation for a proposed 2016 ballot measure that would place restrictions on payday lenders.
- South Dakota AG Jackley elected president of national group Updated: Jun-19-15 10:10 am
PIERRE, South Dakota - South Dakota Attorney General Marty Jackley has been elected president of the National Association of Attorneys General.
- ACLU files federal suit challenging SD election law change Updated: Jun-15-15 10:01 pm
SIOUX FALLS, South Dakota - Two small political parties in South Dakota filed a federal lawsuit Monday challenging part of a law that they say would make it harder to get their candidates on the ballot.
- SD woman who saved driver from burning semi-truck honored Updated: Jun-12-15 2:34 am
SIOUX FALLS, South Dakota - A Sioux Falls woman who saved a hurt driver from a semi-truck that had burst into flames has gotten high praise from the South Dakota Highway Patrol.
- High court allows suppression of blood evidence in DUI case Updated: Jun-11-15 5:24 pm
PIERRE, South Dakota - The state Supreme Court has affirmed that blood evidence collected from a man arrested for driving under the influence should be suppressed because the man didn't understand his rights.
- SD man whose crash conviction was overturned files $20M suit Updated: Jun-11-15 12:47 pm
RAPID CITY, South Dakota - A Belle Fourche man whose conviction for a fatal crash on Interstate 90 was overturned has filed a $20 million lawsuit against a South Dakota Highway Patrol trooper and his supervisor, the state and others.
- SD Supreme Court upholds jury's fraud findings against bank Updated: Jun-11-15 12:43 pm
PIERRE, South Dakota - The South Dakota Supreme Court has upheld a jury's fraud findings against a bank that struck down more than $400,000 of an elderly couple's mortgage debt.
- AG: Woman whose body was found in river suffered head trauma Updated: Jun-09-15 7:55 pm
VERMILLION, South Dakota - South Dakota Attorney General Marty Jackley says the woman whose body was found in the Missouri River in southeastern South Dakota suffered blunt force trauma to the head.
- Court: Man gets workers' comp after injury from prank Updated: Jun-04-15 2:42 pm
PIERRE, South Dakota - The South Dakota Supreme Court says a man who broke his ankle running away from a co-worker on whom he had played a prank at a construction site is entitled to workers' compensation.