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Amid Criticism, Hillary Clinton Sticks to Low-Key Campaign Strategy

Pressed by a moderator at her own event to say where she stood on a trade pact that's dividing her party, she steered clear.

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Building a Better Community Through Volunteering

This week's volunteer opportunities from the Sioux Falls Helpline Center.

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May Is National Military Apreciaction Month

With May being National Military Appreciation Month, I asked a soldier friend of mine some ways we could say thank you to the men and women in our armed forces.

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Largest Auto Recall Ever — Takata Recalls 34 Million Cars for Airbag Repairs

The Japanese auto parts maker Takata has admitted that its airbags are defective, resulting in the largest automobile recall ever, some 34 million cars. In fact, it may be the biggest recall of any product ever.

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South Dakota Moving Emergency Office out of Sioux Falls

Sioux Falls is losing its state Emergency Management office in a move that state officials say will better position them to respond to crises and disasters.

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Idaho Man Injured in Fishing Mishap in South Dakota Lake

An Idaho man who was fishing in an eastern South Dakota lake had to be rescued after a float tube accident.

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USDA Confirms Bird Flu Virus at Flandreau Farm Is H5N2

Officials have confirmed that a strain of bird flu that affected chickens in Flandreau was the same one that's wiped out millions of birds across the Midwest.

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Mitchell Officials Seek Assurance on New Corn Palace Domes

City officials in Mitchell want assurance that new domes for the Corn Palace tourist attraction can withstand South Dakota's weather.

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Stockgrowers Continues to Support Country-Of-Origin Labeling

South Dakota Stockgrowers Association President Bob Fortune says Congress shouldn't hastily act on repealing country-of-origin meat labeling.

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New Science Standards Include Climate Change Instruction

South Dakota's Board of Education has adopted new science education standards that include instruction on climate change.

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