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Convicted Spearfish Optometrist Publically Apologizes

A former South Dakota optometrist has publically apologized for committing Medicaid fraud over a period of more than three years.

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McLaughlin Man Sentenced to Prison for Manslaughter

A McLaughlin man accused of driving drunk and causing a fatal crash has been sentenced to 1 1/2 years in prison for manslaughter.

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South Dakota Part of National Settlement with Drug Company

Attorney General Marty Jackley says South Dakota will get more than $1 million as its share of a national settlement with a pharmaceutical manufacturer that allegedly distributed substandard drugs.

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Do your Homework Before Dealing with Out-of-State Vendors

The South Dakota Department of Revenue is warning people to use common sense when hiring a transient vendor to do home repair this summer.

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Grants to Help South Dakota Residents Find Health Insurance

About $554,000 in federal funding is being made available to six South Dakota health centers so they can help uninsured people find health insurance coverage under the federal health overhaul law.

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Pierre Man Charged in Death of 2-month-old Son

A 29-year-old Pierre man has been charged with second-degree manslaughter in the death of his two-month-old son.

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Changes Coming to Hot Lotto Game in South Dakota

Starting next week, South Dakotans who play Hot Lotto and win the game's jackpot will receive their prize in a single cash payment with the initial holding taxes already paid.

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South Dakota Inmates Indicted in Guard Assault

Two inmates have been indicted on charges accusing them of assaulting a prison guard.

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State Panel Working to Upgrade South Dakota 911 Service

The head of a state board that oversees South Dakota's 911 operations says a new system should be in place in the next few years to improve emergency response and take advantage of new telephone technologies.

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Prison Inmates Help with Roadside Cleanup

State prison inmates are helping the South Dakota Transportation Department with roadside cleanup projects across the state.

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