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Spellerberg Park Conceptual Plans
City of Sioux Falls

Project Update for Midco Aquatic Center

Sioux Falls City Council will get an update this afternoon on the Midco Aquatic Center being built at Spellerberg Park.

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SDSU Logo

Barry Dunn Named South Dakota State University President

The South Dakota Board of Regents held a special ceremony for Barry Dunn, who was named the 20th President of South Dakota State University.

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Photo courtesy of KDLT TV
Photo courtesy of KDLT TV

Sioux Falls Murder Suspect Remains at Large

Police continue to search for Jared Jerome Stone in connection with the death of another Sioux Falls man on Friday night at the Lucky Lady Casino.

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Lincoln High School
Sioux Falls School District

Some Sioux Falls Students Upset about Internet Filter

Some Sioux Falls students say the school district's Internet filter carries an anti-LGBT bias.

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Anthony Wright/Results Radio

Pierre Once Again to Recommend Aerodynamics for Air Service

Pierre's City Commission has decided to once again recommend Aerodynamics Inc. to provide federally subsidized air service to South Dakota's capital city.

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Brush Fire (FILE)
Michael Bocchieri/Getty Images

Storm Hill Fire in Hill City Area Now Fully Contained

Firefighters have fully contained a wildfire that burned about 200 acres of private and U.S. Forest Service land in western South Dakota.

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Man Sentenced to Serve 9 Years in 2014 Aberdeen Stabbing

A man accused of stabbing a woman multiple times in Aberdeen in December 2014 has been sentenced to serve nine years in prison.

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Badlands National Park
Robyn Wright/Results Radio

Tourists Spent $276M in Badlands, Black Hills Area in 2015

The 4.2 million people who visited the Badlands and Black Hills National Park sites last year spent more than $276 million at nearby communities

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Corn Crops
David Greedy, Getty Images

USDA: State Benefited from Last Week’s Rainfall

Much of South Dakota's rangeland, pastureland and emerging crops benefited from last week's rainfall, but the moisture slowed planting progress in the east.

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Fulton Cyclone Black and Green

Chilly Week in the Forecast

It is Severe Weather Awareness Week in South Dakota, and there were plenty of weather warnings Sunday night to start the week off.

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