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Online Ad Results in Sioux Falls Prostitution Arrest

Sioux Falls Police Information Officer Sam Clemens says an online ad led to a prostitution arrest in the city.

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February Alcohol Spot-Check Finds Sioux Falls Businesses Spot-on

Periodically, Sioux Falls Police will see if alcohol retailers are playing by the rules. The trends show that for the most part they are.

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Crime of the Week – Suspects Get Away with Guns, Electronics in Sioux Falls Residential Burglary

On February 12, 2015 Sioux Falls Police responded to 7000 block of W 68th St for a burglary report.

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Mitchell City Council Rejects Proposal for Backyard Chickens, Opponents of Planned Parker Chicken Farm File Lawsuit

Mitchell's City Council has rejected a proposal to allow residents to raise chickens in fenced backyards.

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Sioux Falls Food Giveaways Help Those in Need

If you're in need of food, you're invited to the weekly Faith Temple Food Giveaway.

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Sioux Steel Workers Grieving but Getting Back to Work

Employees at Sioux Steel in Lennox are gradually getting back to work, after a shooting incident a week ago that killed one worker and injured two others.

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Mitchell Named One of the Seven Smartest Cities in the World

The smartest cities in the world are not the ones you'd expect.

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Man Convicted in 1996 Taxi Driver Death to Be Resentenced

A resentencing hearing for a man who was 14 when he was charged with killing a taxi cab driver in Pierre almost 20 years ago has been rescheduled.

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Department of Justice

Johnson’s Run as U.S. Attorney Will Conclude Soon

U.S. Attorney Brendan Johnson will step down from his post overseeing the jurisdiction of the South Dakota District. The announcement came on Wednesday at a press conference.

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Sioux Falls Curling, Learn to Curl
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Learn to ‘Curl’ Right Here in Sioux Falls

If you've always thought that Olympic curling looked like a lot of fun, good news, now you can learn how to curl right here in Sioux Falls.

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