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Rapid City Libraries Offering Ways to Reduce Fines

The Rapid City Public Library is offering cardholders the chance to have fees forgiven in exchange for donations to a local food pantry.

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South Dakota House Panel Votes to Void Transgender Students in Sports Policy

A state House committee has approved a proposal that would void a High School Activities Association policy on transgender student participation in sports.

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South Dakota Panel Approves Measure to Allow Minimum Wage to Decrease

A state House Committee has approved a proposal that would allow South Dakota's minimum wage to decrease in the event of negative inflation.

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Man Gets 15 Years in Sturgis Underage Sex Trafficking Sting

A Belle Fourche man convicted of trying to pay for sex with underage girls at the 2013 Sturgis Motorcycle Rally has been sentenced to 15 years in federal prison.

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Mitchell School Marketing Naming Rights for Fine Arts Center

The Mitchell School District is considering selling naming rights to various parts of a proposed $13.5 million fine arts center.

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Utility Making Little Progress on Power Line Easements

Black Hills Power says the company has reached few easements with landowners along the route of a proposed $54 million power line in South Dakota and Wyoming.

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Minnehaha County Courthouse, Sioux Falls
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3 Circuit Judge Spots Open in SD; Lawmakers Look to Add 2

South Dakota's state court system is looking for three new circuit judges and could add two more spots if state lawmakers go along with it.

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Man Convicted of Vehicular Homicide in Pickstown Accident

A judge has convicted a man accused of driving under the influence and killing two U.S. Fish and Wildlife researchers in Pickstown more than 18 months ago.

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Committee Rejects Bill to Require Paid Employee Sick Leave

A legislative panel is set to consider a measure to require South Dakota businesses to offer employees paid sick leave.

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Man Convicted in Death of Researchers in South Dakota

A Lake Andes man accused of driving drunk and killing two federal wildlife researchers has been convicted of vehicular homicide.

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