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College Students to Urge against Concealed Weapons on Campus

Students plan to lobby lawmakers ahead of a potential state House vote on a measure that would allow people 21 years or older to carry a weapon on campuses.

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Trial over Sturgis Trademark Delayed from Summer to Fall

A trademark dispute between Sturgis Motorcycle Rally Inc. and Rushmore Photo and Gifts and Wal-Mart will go to trial in the fall rather than this summer.

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Black Hills State Suspends Programs Due to Revenue Shortfall

Black Hills State University is suspending two academic programs and taking other steps to address a $1.5 million budget deficit.

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Applications Being Taken for $50M Tech School Programs

South Dakotans interested in going to the state's four technical institutes for in-demand jobs can now apply for part of $50 million in scholarship money.

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Plymouth Police Seize 200 Pounds of Marijuana, Arrest 2 Men

Authorities have seized a shipment of marijuana worth about $750,000 following a surveillance operation in Plymouth.

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Retail Gasoline Prices Continue Rising in the Dakotas

The average retail price of a gallon of gasoline in the Dakotas has continued to rise in the past week, after falling below the $2-per-gallon mark last month.

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Opponents Fear Problems from Chicken Facility near Parker

Opponents of a large egg-laying operation planned near Parker say the proposed facility would be too close to town.

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Train Derailment Reported in Spink County

There is a train derailment at Mellette blocking Highway 20.

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Young South Dakota Hunters Can Now Begin Hunting Safety Course At Home

Young aspiring hunters can now take a portion of the South Dakota hunter safety course at home.

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Interactive Map Shows How South Dakota Fared in Crime Rate in the past Decade

According to statistics, South Dakota has become slightly less safe in the past decade. Check out the interactive map that shows the change.

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