ACLU hits back at Noem's trans sports bill, and SD man accused of espionage | Dec 17
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The ACLU of South Dakota opposes Governor Kristi Noem's proposed legislation banning transgender women and girls from competing on the sports teams that match their gender identity.
A South Dakota man and former defense contractor is accused of attempted espionage. He made is initial appearance in federal court in Rapid City today.
A former Rapid City priest convicted of stealing donations from Catholic churches is appealing his sentence to the Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals.
The South Dakota Hall of Fame is raising money to display two important Native American artifacts. The bow and arrows of Oglala Sioux holy man Nicholas Black Elk could become part of an expanded exhibit.