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Attorney General Closer to Determining Cause in Cold Case

Attorney General Marty Jackley released more information that adds more depth to the story of the two teen girls who disappeared in 1971.

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South Dakota Sends Snow Removal Rules Reminder

Realizing that the recent blizzard event in western South Dakota was an extraordinary event, there still are proper ways to get rid of snow.

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Growing Up In South Dakota

Funny, but true facts

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Five More Funny Sounding South Dakota Town Names

Five more towns you know and love that might make you giggle.

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Mount Rushmore to Re-open Monday

Governor Dennis Daugaard announced Friday that he has reached an agreement with the National Park Service to re-open Mount Rushmore for the duration of the federal government shutdown.

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Season’s First Influenza Diagnoses in South Dakota

The first influenza cases of the season have been detected in South Dakota, two of them in Minnehaha County.

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Shutdown Closes Prime Pheasant Hunting Land

When pheasant hunters take to the fields of South Dakota this weekend to renew a treasured rite of autumn, they'll have less land to do it on thanks to the federal government shutdown.

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Another Reminder: South Dakota State Parks Are Open

South Dakotans are being reminded again that the shutdown of the federal government is not affecting state parks.

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Canistota Man Found Dead After Crash

 

A Canistota man was found dead after his semi-truck left Interstate 29, traveled through a cornfield and came to rest on a gravel road in Union County Monday evening.

The Highway Patrol says 66-year-old Gerald Fry was southbound on I-29, five miles north of Elk Point, just after 8:30pm when, for an unknown reason, his semi-truck left the roadway.

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South Dakota Civil Air Patrol Searching for Hunters

Numerous reports of stranded South Dakota hunters have prompted an air search.

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