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Statewide 4-H Pop Tab Collection Helps Ronald McDonald House

The South Dakota State 4-H Youth Council has collected 1,250 pounds of pop can tabs to help the Ronald McDonald House provide families with a place to stay.

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Oglala Sioux Tribe Receives $400K for Suicide Prevention

The Administration for Native Americans has awarded a $400,000 emergency grant to the Oglala Sioux Tribe to pay for programs to stem the tide of youth suicides,

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Yankton Homeless Shelter Buying Highway 50 Motel

Yankton's homeless shelter is getting ready to take over a motel on Highway 50 as its new home.

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Changes to the South Dakota Powerball Game Went into Effect Sunday

Your odds of winning a prize in the South Dakota Powerball drawing have improved.

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2016 South Dakota State Park License Now Available

Looking for the perfect stocking stuffer this Christmas for the outdoorsman in the family? The new 2016 South Dakota state parks stickers are available.

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Photos: The Biggest Pumpkin I’ve Ever Seen!

Saturday we were on Interstate 29 heading north on the way home from the grocery store when my wife, child and myself came across the largest pumpkin we had ever seen in real life.

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Legally Blind Player Makes College Football History

It had to do with Tulane's long snapper Aaron Golub who became the first legally blind player to play in a college football game.

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American Cancer Society’s Chief Cancer Control Officer to Speak in Sioux Falls

Colon cancer is the third most common cause of cancer and the third most common cause of cancer death for both men and women in the United States.

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16-Year-Old Teen Found Dead On Interstate 90

Captain Jim Hoekman of the Minnehaha County Sheriff's Office says a 16-year-old male teenager was found dead north of Sioux Falls after they believe he was hit by a semi-truck.

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Woman Raped in Central Sioux Falls Thursday Morning

Sioux Falls Police are searching for a rape suspect stemming from an incident early Thursday morning.

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