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Graffiti Suspects
Sioux Falls Police

Sioux Falls Police Sends out Photos of Graffiti Suspects

If you know who these people are, let the police know. They want to further the investigation of multiple reports of graffiti in Sioux Falls.

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Photo by Paul Sova

Amazing I-29 Story a Good Reminder for All

Every once in a while we get a good reminder. It can come from close to home, or down the road two hours to the south on I-29 from Mondamin, Iowa. That reminder is to pull over and slow down!

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Feds Charge 5 Men Involved in Undercover Sex Sting in South Dakota

Five men have been charged in federal court in South Dakota with attempted commercial sex trafficking.

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Severe Midwest Drought Continues
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Wet Weather Continues to Boost Moisture Supplies across South Dakota

More rain across South Dakota in the past week boosted field and livestock moisture supplies.

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FILE: Firefighter, Helmet

Push for State Impaired Firefighting Policy Is Unlikely

Key state lawmakers and Gov. Dennis Daugaard's administration say they don't plan to push for a statewide measure to regulate intoxication among firefighters.

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Minnesota Man Sentenced in South Dakota Sex Trafficking Case

A Minnesota man accused of forcing a woman into prostitution in Sioux Falls has been sentenced to more than three years in federal prison.

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FILE: Police Lights

Police Identify Victim Who Died after Report of Assault

Rapid City police have identified the victim who succumbed to injuries in what has been described as a suspicious death.

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Mark Kegans, Getty Images

Regional Health to Add $10M Clinic to Hospital in Sturgis

Rapid City-based Regional Health plans to add a $10 million clinic to the hospital in Sturgis to better meet patient needs.

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Jeb Bush
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Jeb Bush to Call for Closer Economic, Security Ties with Europe

Jeb Bush plans to call for deepening U.S. economic ties with European allies during a speech in Germany.

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Child Gets Measles Vaccination
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New AMA Policy Favors Ending Religious Vaccine Exemptions

The American Medical Association has adopted policies against nonmedical vaccine refusals and for transgender people in the military.

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