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Juveniles in Sioux Falls Steal Minivan, Flee Police, Crash

Sioux Falls police are searching for several juveniles who allegedly stole a minivan and fled from officers after throwing fireworks at passing vehicles.

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Sioux Falls Woman Killed in Crash, Iowa Patrol Says

Authorities say a 48-year-old South Dakota woman has been killed in a southeast Iowa highway crash.

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Mount Rushmore Road Project Delayed by Recent Stormy Weather

Recent stormy weather in Rapid City has hampered work on a $24 million reconstruction of the road considered the gateway to the Black Hills and Mount Rushmore National Memorial.

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Schools Preserving Banners Signed by Obama in Watertown Stop

Schools in Watertown are working to preserve student-made banners that were signed by President Barack Obama during his visit last month.

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Infant Care in High Demand at Aberdeen Day Cares

Bethany Brooks opened her day care in January. She tells the Aberdeen American News that she and other providers get calls constantly about openings for infants.

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USPS Employee in SD Indicted on Theft of Mail Charge

An employee of the U.S. Postal Service in western South Dakota has been indicted on a theft of mail charge.

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Eastern SD 4-H Members Eligible for Public Speaking Contest

The annual 4-H Public Speaking Contest at the Sioux Empire Fair is taking applications from club members from more than 40 eastern South Dakota counties.

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Earliest Known Cello from South Dakota Museum on Display at the Met

A South Dakota museum that owns the earliest known cello has lent the unique piece to the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York.

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July Is Shaping up to Be Another Cool, Wet Month in South Dakota

Get ready for another dose of cool, wet weather coming up in July.

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Lightning Believed Cause of Rapid City Apartment Fire

Lightning is believed to be the cause of a weekend apartment building fire in Rapid City that displaced 27 residents.

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