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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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Ah, The Bookmobile – What A Great Way To Threaten Kids In My Day In Age!

With today being National "Bookmobile Day," it got me reminiscing about my first visit to the Bookmobile.

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Embrace Sanford’s Embrace Program On A Better You Saturday

Three members of the Sanford medical staff will be on A Better You Saturday(April 19) to discuss the Embrace program which deals with physical and emotional issues from cancer.

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by Jason Davis/KSOO Radio

Traffic Issues And Sculpting By A Man from Belgium On VPU

Sioux Falls Traffic Engineer Heath Hofteizer and sculptor Ric Beuselinck will join us in the faculty lounge today(Wednesday) at Viewpoint University on KSOO.

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New SAT Will Be a Challenge for Students. As If the Old One Wasn’t!

Is taking the SAT really a big deal?

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Salt Lake City

A Survivor’s Story of Life After A Terrorist Hijacking

Jackie Pflug became a victim of terrorism in 1985 as she flew from Athens, Greece to Cairo, Egypt.  The hijacking of Egypt Flight 648 turned into one of the world’s most dramatic and deadly hijackings.  Fifty-nine passenge

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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Another Death Penalty Case in South Dakota

Are we in for another long and drawn-out death penalty case in South Dakota? That remains to be seen.

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Food Prices Expected To Rise As Midwest Flooding Damages Corn Crops

Spring Planting Is Lagging In South Dakota

The latest report comes from The Agriculture Department

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Summer Weather In Berlin

Don’t Make Me Call the Lawn Police!

Time to put the snow shovel away and get the lawn mower ready.

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