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Jay Barse of Watertown Facing Murder Charge in Death of Toddler

WATERTOWN - Authorities have filed a second-degree murder charge against a South Dakota man arrested for abusing a toddler who later died.

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Woman Faces Additional Charges in Death of Child

PIERRE - The South Dakota House has defeated a proposed constitutional amendment that would require a two-thirds vote to pass any ballot measure imposing a new tax or increasing an existing one.

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Car Seats Save Lives

SIOUX FALLS - A fatal accident on Thursday at 41st & Minnesota could have been much worse. One vehicle involved in the accident, a Dodge Durango had five occupants, two adults and three children.

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Mission Woman Sentenced in Asphyxiation Death of Child

SIOUX FALLS - A South Dakota woman has been sentenced to six months in custody and six months of home confinement for the asphyxiation death of a child.

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Chris Miller of Scotlant Convicted of Killing Infant Son; Faces Life

PARKER - Thirty-nine-year-old Chris Miller was convicted late Wednesday of second-degree murder and aggravated assault. The murder charge carries a mandatory sentence of life in prison.

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Defense Presenting Case in Scotland Infant Death Trial

PARKER - The defense is presenting its case this week in the trial of a South Dakota man accused of killing his infant son.

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Scotland Resident Chris Miller on Trial for Murder in Infant Son’s Death

PARKER - Prosecutors say a South Dakota man on trial in the death of his infant son beat and shook the child, leading to his death. Defense attorneys say the boy was inadvertently suffocated by his mother.

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Laurie Cournoyer Faces Drug Charges

LAKE ANDES - Jackley says that 28-year-old Laurie Cournoyer entered the plea Tuesday. He says it marks the first conviction under South Dakota's version of Caylee's law, which became law July 1.

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Group Sees Progress in Effort to Cut Infant Deaths

PIERRE - A South Dakota task force reports that progress has been made in carrying out a program aimed at reducing the number of infants who die each year.

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Mitchell Day Care Death Lawsuit Settled Out of Court

The parents of a baby girl who died after allegedly being beaten by another child at an in-home day care in Mitchell have settled out of court with the day care's owner.

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