Did you know it there has been a Sioux Falls texting while driving ban since 2012? Did you know it could cost you up to $200 if caught? Here is everything you need to know about the city ordinance on texting while driving. Continue reading “Sioux Falls Texting Ban Ordinance – FAQ”
CROOKS, S.D. (AP) — It’s no secret that Francis “Butch” Oseby has a history.
Sioux Falls, S.D. – Is it legal to sell and possesses CBD oil in South Dakota? Continue reading “Confusion continues in Sioux Falls over CBD oil legality”
The Sioux Falls school board updated its policy to ban the use of vaping devices at a school board meeting Monday night. Continue reading “School board updates policy banning vaping”
The infamous Sioux City, Iowa, automatic speed cameras had caught me in their trap twice. Both times going 11 mph over the posted 50-mph construction zone speed limit – the exact minimum speed at you get tagged as a speeder. Cost: $100 per notice. Continue reading “Yes, South Dakota, you can get a speeding ticket in Sioux City”
When the owner of the Hemporium in Rapid City read the attorney general’s recent proclamation about hemp and CBD oil, he felt “shock.”
In 2018, South Dakota crime generally followed patterns set by previous years, according to new data released by the South Dakota Attorney General’s Office. Murder numbers are down, but rape, kidnapping and other violent crimes are on the rise. Others, like drug arrests, have remained steady. Continue reading “5 things learned from 2018’s SD crime report”
The top prosecutor in Pennington County says he won’t prosecute cases involving hemp and CBD oil, contradicting a decision by the South Dakota attorney general. Continue reading “County prosecutor says he won’t prosecute CBD oil cases”
Crime arrests went up 2 percent in 2018 to 45,142, following a long-term gradual trend in South Dakota, while the number of law enforcement officers fell to a long-term low, according to the annual crime report released Tuesday by Attorney General Jason Ravnsborg.
This month, in a move that could have serious consequences for Indigenous communities, South Dakota has passed two laws to criminalize protest against the TransCanada Keystone pipeline. Continue reading “South Dakota Criminalizes Protest Against Keystone Pipeline”