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Jimmy Bozeman Jr., 56, was taken into custody on Wednesday. [Read More]
Several police units and the SWAT team are surrounding a townhome in southeastern Sioux Falls. [Read More]
The storm should begin around 6 p.m. Wednesday evening and continue until late Thursday morning. [Read More]
"He was a friendly generous soul." [Read More]
Winds with gust reaching 40 mph will combine with the snowfall to severely impact driving conditions, especially on Thursday morning. [Read More]
Both fires remain under investigation. [Read More]
A Sioux Falls Fire Rescue division chief is battling leukemia — and members of his church have stepped up to raise money to help him... [Read More]
Artis Kattenberg, 50, is charged with aiding and abetting criminal mischief, contributing to the delinquency of a minor and reckless use of a firearm. [Read More]
An autopsy was conducted on Jan. 3, the results of which are still pending. [Read More]
"We want to give victims a chance to be heard and a chance to heal," Clemens said. [Read More]
From noon to 3 p.m. on Jan. 3 you can visit the Argus Leader's office at 200 S. Minnesota Ave. to make your donation. [Read More]
"The entire time she was gone, we had faith that God would keep her safe," Mandy Klinkhammer said. "And our prayers were answered." [Read More]
No one was injured, the release said, and an investigation into the robbery is ongoing. [Read More]
It might worth more than $100 million, but it still floods when the pipes freeze. [Read More]
An autopsy has been scheduled, and more charges could follow once it is complete. [Read More]
Roads are expected to be slippery, and a wind chill below zero will only add to the unpleasant conditions. [Read More]
The @Argus911 Twitter account was once again the chronicler of all things that were odd in Sioux Falls crime in 2017. [Read More]
Larry Black Bear died Sunday at a Sioux Falls hospital. [Read More]
The park will have limited ski/snowboard runs available, as well as tubing lanes. [Read More]
Since 1984, the chapter has granted more than 1,320 wishes to South Dakota children — more than 450 of those being under Krueger's leadership. [Read More]