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The Alaska Supreme Court ruled that a state law requiring the registry of all sex offenders is unconstitutional because it violates offenders' rights to due process. The ruling was issued Friday.

Could Paul Hurdle, a 1973 graduate of the University of Virginia School of Law, be the oldest law clerk in the country?

One kayaker is dead and another is recovering after both capsized on Covell Lake Saturday evening.

South Dakota State Parks are offering free park entrances for Father's Day.

Lifeguards at Terrace Park swimming pool rescued one kayaker as emergency responders arrived on scene.

From coward to apologizer, certain types of people will be held back at work, according to leadership expert Travis Bradberry.

A tweet from the company's Twitter feed says, "We're aware that guests are currently unable to make purchases at Target stores." 

The Sunday TV Mass is produced and broadcast weekly by the Catholic Diocese of Sioux Falls. Our goal is to bring the celebration of the Sacred Liturgy to tho...

I put on a lot of miles of driving every year working and covering a five-state area, and I’ve had pretty good luck with avoiding accidents, speeding tickets and the

Dairy farmers in the region are optimistic after four years of low milk prices. Watch the full episode of AgweekTV on Agweek.comGet the

Majestic silos once dotted the countryside, serving as the primary source for corn silage storage.

Despite health problems, being socially active and having social goals - but not family goals - appears to ease the decline in well-being that people often experience late in life.

Last month, after years of efforts, the warlord Marcel Habarugira Rangira, lieutenant colonel of the Congolese armed forces, was convicted of war crimes before a military tribunal in Goma, eastern Democratic Republic of the Congo. Mireille Kahatwa Amani was one of the chief attorneys from the American Bar Association Rule of Law Initiative who worked to convict him.