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Latest South Dakota Flu Numbers Show Aggressive Increase

Three South Dakotans have died from a seasonal outbreak of Influenza A that got a lot worse the past week.

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Why Bellyache about 2014 When We Can Look Forward to 2015

Actually we will do a little of both today on KSOO’s Viewpoint University. Dan Peters and Todd Epp will finish off the year riding the crest of the old and new politics.

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Oil Boom Shifts The Landscape Of Rural North Dakota

Dakotans Pay Mortgages on Time

The Dakotas continue to have among the lowest late mortgage payment rates in the country, according to a new report.

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That’s Hot! Warm Up with These Sioux Falls Summer Memories

On such a cold day, its a little difficult to picture the warmth of summer in Sioux Falls. Here's a little refresher.

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South Dakotans are Top 10 Sleepers

South Dakotans are top 10 sleepers, according to the Centers for Disease Control and the online magazine Vox.

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Smokey Joe, Holiday Food and North Dakota Politics on the next VPU

How much do you know about a man who was born in Sioux Falls, but left an indelible mark on this state and country in so many ways?  

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Funeral Set for South Dakota Hall of Fame Rodeo Champion

Funeral services are set for Hall of Fame rodeo cowboy Alvin Nelson. A native of Mobridge, South Dakota, Nelson died at the age of 80.

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South Dakota Has 8th Largest Percentage Budget Reserve

South Dakota has nearly 11 percent of its budget in reserve — the eighth most of any state in the United States, according to new report.

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South Dakota Records First Flu Death, Department of Public Safety Issues Prevention Tips

As the first loss of life to influenza this season arrived this week, the State Department of Health looks to encourage everyone to be on guard against the disease.  

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Plankinton Man Walking Along Highway Struck and Killed on Christmas Eve

Just before midnight as Christmas Eve turned into Christmas Day disaster happened in central South Dakota.  

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