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FEMA Denies Individual Aid in Wake of Severe Storms in South Dakota

South Dakota residents impacted by recent flooding and a tornado will not be eligible for federal aid.

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Domes, Turrets Removed from Mitchell Corn Palace

The iconic domes and turrets have been removed from the Corn Palace in Mitchell as a $7.2 million makeover project gains steam.

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South Dakota Ends Another Budget Year with Surplus

Gov. Dennis Daugaard says South Dakota wrapped up its third straight budget year with a surplus.

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Lincoln County Flood Damage Estimated at $2 Million

Officials in Lincoln County estimate recent flood damage to roads and bridges at more than $2 million.

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Reports of Mountain Lion Investigated in West Sioux Falls

South Dakota wildlife officials are investigating reports of a mountain lion roaming western Sioux Falls.

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South Dakota Benefits Require Some State Employees to Travel for Lowest Rates

State employees will now have to travel to Sioux Falls and other eastern cities for the most affordable specialty services.

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Former Yankton High School Student Sentenced for False Bomb Threat

A former student accused of making a false bomb threat at Yankton High School has pleaded guilty to disorderly conduct and will not spend time in jail as long as he stays out of trouble.

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Sioux Falls Mayor Mike Huether Proposes $492M in Projects

Sioux Falls Mayor Mike Huether wants to spend nearly half a billion dollars over the next five years on construction projects in South Dakota's largest city.

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Minnesota Lake Boasts World's Biggest Ice Fishing Competition

What is the Limit for Walley in South Dakota This Summer?

The 15-inch limit on walleye is lifted on Lake Sharpe and Lake Francis Case for July and August.

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Yearly Corn Production Estimate Increased By USDA

South Dakota Farmers Plant Largest Soybean Crop on Record

South Dakota farmers planted a record soybean crop this year, mirroring a national trend.

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