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Cyclotron Machine
1945: The Cyclotron machine at Cambridge University, which is able to give other substances the properties of uranium, for use in atomic experiments. (Photo by Fox Photos/Getty Images)

What is South Dakota’s Best Invention?

What the heck is a Cyclotron?

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Attempt to Call Special Session of Legislature to Address Education Funding Fails

An attempt by Black Hills lawmakers to call a special session of the South Dakota Legislature to address education funding has failed.

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Pine Ridge Woman Gets 3 Years for Involuntary Manslaughter

A Pine Ridge woman accused of running over and killing a man with her truck while drunk has been sentenced to more than three years in prison.

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Highway Patrols in 5 States Ramp up for Sturgis Rally

Highway Patrol troopers in states bordering western South Dakota are giving extra attention to traffic flocking to the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally.

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Woman Injured When SUV Crashes into Aberdeen Tanning Salon

A woman was injured when a sport utility vehicle crashed through the front wall of a tanning salon in Aberdeen.

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Disaster Declared for 12 South Dakota Counties, 3 Tribes

President Obama has declared a disaster for 12 South Dakota counties and 3 American Indian reservations that suffered damage during severe storms in late June.

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USDA Offers Winter Wheat Crop Insurance for All South Dakota Farmers

Producers across the state will now be able to insure their winter wheat crop for 2016.

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Endangered Pallid Sturgeon Larvae Found in Missouri River

Scientists say that three fish larvae captured from the Missouri River last year have been confirmed as those of the endangered pallid sturgeon.

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Man Sentenced for Killing Uncle in Yankton with Hammer

A man accused of murdering his uncle in Yankton last year has been sentenced to serve 50 years in prison.

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Sturgis Rally Draws Bikers To South Dakota
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Patience and Cooperation on the Road Urged as 75th Sturgis Rally Begins

“A driver, whether in a vehicle or on a motorcycle, can quickly cause a crash if they are not paying attention,” Capt. Kevin Karley of the Highway Patrol’s Rapid City district says

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