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Dan Peters

Studebaker Union County
(South Dakota Attorney General)

South Dakota Attorney General Closer to Determining Cause in Cold Case

Attorney General Marty Jackley released more information that adds more depth to the story of the two teen girls who disappeared in 1971.

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FILE: Snow, Winter, Sioux Falls
Anthony Wright/KSOO-AM

South Dakota Sends Snow Removal Rules Reminder

Realizing that the recent blizzard event in western South Dakota was an extraordinary event, there still are proper ways to get rid of snow.

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FILE: Beer
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Sioux Falls Liquor Stores in Compliance

The latest alcohol compliance check conducted by the Sioux Falls Police Department came back spotless. No business as part of the sweep on Tuesday sold alcohol to an underage person.

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28th and willow hole
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Sioux Falls Streets Proposal: 28th Between Western and Hawthorne

It’s not just the presence of a few potholes. More than a patch is needed to set this street toward being a better path.

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FILE: Buffalo, Bison
Robyn Wright/KSOO-AM

Wyoming Bison Topples National Park Barricade

It should not be a surprise that buffalo roam. Should we now consider them Libertarians?

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Sioux Falls Police Stand-off
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Sioux Falls Police Kill Man During Standoff [UPDATE]

Police initially responded to a call for a man considering suicide. The 22-year-old man eventually confronted the SWAT team menacingly, was shot and died at the scene.

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Record Rainfall in Sioux Falls

The all-day soaking rain in Sioux Falls on Monday was a record-breaker.

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Mount Rushmore to Re-open Monday

Governor Dennis Daugaard announced Friday that he has reached an agreement with the National Park Service to re-open Mount Rushmore for the duration of the federal government shutdown.

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JR LaPlante
(South Dakota Secretary of Tribal Relations)

Sioux Falls To Host Geographic Names Board Meeting

A chance to give your views on changing geographic names in South Dakota is coming to Sioux Falls. The South Dakota Board on Geographic Names is holding its board meeting on Thursday, October 24, at 7 p.m. at the Sioux Falls Library Main Office.

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FILE: Dead Livestock, Livestock Killed by Snow Storm

South Dakota Governor Touts Rancher Relief

Last week’s blizzard in western South Dakota shook the foundation of the agriculture community. Being the state’s number one industry, the loss of livestock to the ranchers is beyond devastating.

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