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South Dakota Man Arrested in Sioux City Prostitution Ring

A South Dakota man who paid $1 million over a four-year period for sex with an exotic dancer has been arrested in a Sioux City prostitution ring.

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More South Dakota Cattle in Feedlots than Year Ago

The US Ag Dept's National Ag Stats Service says lots with capacities of 1,000 or more head contained 230,000 cattle on feed on Feb. 1, up 5% from last year.

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Legislators to Mull Transportation, Tech Schools and Weapons

The House State Affairs Committee will vote on a proposal Tuesday to raise roughly $50 million for transportation funding in South Dakota.

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Federal Highway Trust Fund Spending for South Dakota down 10 Percent

Federal funding has fallen, but South Dakota lawmakers are debating a plan to increase state spending on roads and bridges.

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Farmers Hit Hard By State's Drought
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Much of the Dakotas Abnormally Dry or in Moderate Drought

A winter with little snow has left much of the Dakotas abnormally dry or in moderate drought, though a weather expert says conditions could improve.

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State Looks to Drop Waterfowl Designation on Onida Lake

A lake 30 miles northeast of Pierre might lose its designation as a refuge because of limited waterfowl use.

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Hundreds Sign Petition Seeking Changes at Aberdeen Animal Shelter

Hundreds of residents in the Aberdeen region are seeking changes in the operation of the city's contracted animal shelter.

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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 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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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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