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An Ultra Orthodox Jewish man stands with his son
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Cancelled Bar Mitzvah Highlights Religious Rift in Israel

A cancelled bar mitzvah ceremony for boys with disabilities is highlighting a rift between Israel's Orthodox Jews and smaller streams of Judaism.

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FILE: Drake Springs Family Aquatic Center, Swimming Pool
City of Sioux Falls

What Are the Best Ways to Keep Your Kids Safe at the Pool and Water Park This Summer?

Hot summer weather has arrived. So have the crowds at area pools and water parks. What are area pools and water parks doing to ensure your child's safety around the water this summer?

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Empire Mall
Empire Mall

Top 5 ‘Worst Foods’ You Can Eat At The Empire Mall Sioux Falls

If I'm going to the Empire Mall in Sioux Falls to get something to snack on you may want to avoid the foods on this new list.

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Black Police Precinct And Courthouse Museum Recalls Miami's Segregated Past
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Hole Gets Deeper for Men Accused of Seeking Underage Sex in Sioux Falls

You may recall that six men were implicated in a sex sting back in the middle of April. An additional Federal charge was levied against five of them.

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Which Is South Dakota’s Most Underrated Tourist Attraction?

Every year tourists flock to South Dakota's Black Hills to see Mount Rushmore. But if that's the only stop they make in the Rushmore State, they're missing something special.

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Jerry Dahmen Results Radio

Sioux Falls Police Briefing: Repo Man’s Finger Bitten by Car Owner

Sioux Falls Police Officer Sam Clemens says a Brandon man was bitten by the owner of a car he was attempting to repossess.

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A Three Second Tip to Grilling the Perfect Steak

The next time you throw a steak on the grill, but don't have a food thermometer, here's a simple easy way to figure out the doneness of the meat.

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Learning While Growing – Ground Works-Midwest Is Growing in Popularity

The introduction of garden programs continue in our schools. Ground Works-Midwest paves the way for our kids to learn while growing.

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Governor Dennis Daugaard: Up to Feds If Health Subsidies Go Away

Daugaard said he doesn't envision a state fix to preserve financial assistance for consumers who get coverage through the federal marketplace.

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Mosquito ready to sting

Health Department: Mosquitoes Can Spread West Nile in June

Health Dept. is reminding state residents that mosquitoes can still transmit the West Nile virus in June, even though it isn't yet the peak transmission period.

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