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City Crew
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Caught in the Act Sioux Falls City Crews Actually Working

Sidewalk improvements are being completed west of Kiwanis Avenue on 37th Street on the north side of O’Gorman High School.

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Cliff Avenue 20
(Photo by Dan Peters/KSOO)

On to the Next Phase for I-90 and Cliff Avenue

It’s back to work for construction crews in northern Sioux Falls.  On Monday, April 21, the South Dakota Department of Transportation, in collaboration with the City of Sioux Falls, will continue work on Cliff Avenue and Interstate 90.  

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FILE: Sioux Falls Police Department Car
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Woman’s Murder in Sioux Falls Apparently Linked to Drugs

The City of Sioux Falls now has another murder on their hands.  A 53-year old woman was murdered Wednesday afternoon at 5605 West Misty Glen Place in southwest Sioux Falls. 

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Union County Studebaker
(South Dakota Attorney General)

It Was An Accident That Killed Two Vermillion Girls Back in 1971

The official fate of two South Dakota girls on their way to an end-of-school-year party at a Union County gravel pit in May 1971 came to light after a full study of all variables.  

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FILE: Rachel Coleman
Rachel Coleman/Facebook

Using Car to Run Over SD Trooper Means Over 40 Years in Prison

A woman who ran over a South Dakota State trooper in 2012 will spend a long time in prison for her actions.  Judge Joseph Neiles today sentenced Rachel Coleman to a combined 42 and a half years in prison for the incident that included a lengthy chase on Sioux Falls city streets and severely injured Trooper Andrew Steen.  

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Bonita Schwan
(Dan Peters/KSOO)

Southeast District Candidate Schwan Is in the Zone

Rick Kiley
(Dan Peters/KSOO)

One Job Is Not Enough for Candidate Rick Kiley

Life-long resident of Sioux Falls who is an educator by trade, Rick Kiley wants to represent the Southeast District on the City Council. 

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Carnegie Town Hall
(City of Sioux Falls)

Changing City Charter Conundrum

Changing the Charter of Sioux Falls is one of those elements of civic duty that is rare.  Thus when it needs to be done both the elected leaders and the citizens have to agree to adjust.

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Greg Neitzert Dana Palmer
(Dan Peters/KSOO)

Shape Places Zoning Changes Under Scrutiny in Referred Law 3

A new package of zoning rules was approved by the City Council by unanimous vote in 2013, but will be approved or rejected by the voters in the form of Referred Law Three.  

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Denny Pierson
(Dan Peters/KSOO)

Denny Pierson More of a Serving Than Running Politician

During his time on the Sioux Falls Planning Commission, former South Dakota Legislator Denny Pierson got a taste of what governing is like at the city level. 

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