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Indianapolis Colts head coach Chuck Pagano
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Pagano Makes Grand Entrance In Return To Sideline

Indianapolis Colts coach Chuck Pagano received a warm welcome in his return to the sideline Sunday, then watched his team score on its first drive.

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Mount Mary College

Yankton Coach Fights New Opponent: Cancer

Residents in Yankton are rallying around a Mount Mary College softball coach as he battles cancer.

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Mel Hot 104.7

My Daughter Inspires Me: Donates Her Hair for Cancer Patients

When the stylist cut off my daughter's pony tail, she giggled with joy! She is so excited to give her hair to help the kids. She inspires me.

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Squeeze Breasts and Stop Cancer

A squeeze may stop cancer

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Police: Girl May Die If Not Returned to Hospital

Authorities in Arizona say a girl with leukemia and a heart catheter could die if she isn't brought back to a Phoenix hospital after her parents inexplicably removed her last week.

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Sioux Falls Celebration Leads To Cars For Castle Drive

Some of these cars cost as little as 99 cents, but they do much more in value to those who have to go to Sanford Children's Hospital.

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Justin Sullivan, Getty Images

Sioux Falls Mayor: I Lost My Father Because of Smoking [VIDEO]

During a kickoff event for the "Great American Smokeout," Sioux Falls Mayor Mike Huether shared personal testimony about losing his father, a life-long smoker.

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Smoking ‘Quit Kits’ to be Handed Out November 15th

The SET-Free and Live Well Sioux Falls coalitions will distribute “Quit Kits” to the public on November 15 on a first-come, first-served basis at the Siouxland Health & Human Services Building.

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Ted Kennedy, Jr.
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Ted Kennedy, Jr. Gathers With Sioux Falls Survivors

30 years after losing his leg, but winning his cancer battle; Ted Kennedy, Jr. still encourages in the fight.

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