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Doctor Review Board Adopts Conflict-of-Interest Rules

A board that can decide whether doctors practice medicine in South Dakota has adopted conflict-of-interest rules.

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Dakotas Ranchers in midst of Calving Enjoying Warm Weather

Unseasonably warm weather in the Dakotas is giving a boost to cattle ranchers in the midst of spring calving.

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South Dakota Senate, House to Work on Compromise for Autism Bill

Lawmakers from the House, Senate are scheduled to meet to work out a compromise on a bill that would help ensure coverage of treatment for children with autism.

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Fire Danger Likely to Stay Elevated until Grass Turns Green

Dry grass, high winds and warmer temperatures mean the fire danger across much of South Dakota will likely stay higher until the grass turns green.

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Meet the Largest Yellow Perch Ever Caught in South Dakota [PHOTO]

The yellow perch is one of the most coveted fish in South Dakota - and now we've got the new state record.

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When Is a 2 Percent Increase in K-12 Funding Not Really 2 Percent? In Pierre

Democratic state senator Bernie Hunhoff from Yankton says even the so-called 2 percent increase in K-12 education funding isn’t really so.

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Mega Millions Ticket Sold in Chester worth $25,000

A Mega Millions ticket sold in Chester is worth $25,000 in Wednesday's drawing.

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Rules Finalized to Slow Spread of Aquatic Invasive Species

Boaters and anglers in South Dakota have new rules to follow that are intended to slow the spread of invasive species in waterways.

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Mom, I’m Bored! Find a List of Summer Activities for Your Kids at the Summer Activities Fair

Don't let your kids have a chance to say "I'm bored" this summer. Get information on summer activities at the Summer Activities Fair.

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Attorney General Warning of Fake Federal Labor Law Posters

Attorney General Marty Jackley is warning businesses to beware of companies selling fake federal labor law posters.

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