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Sobriety checkpoints planned in 17 SD counties in August

High School All Star games in Aberdeen ending

Former SD prosecutor pleads guilty to child rape

CDC says USD building can be occupied

Health system asks for patience during Sturgis Rally

Gov. Daugaard not support of decriminalizing marijuana

Bodies found in Lac qui Parle County

Pre-trial dates set in water lawsuit against city of Watertown

USD starting QB will miss season with back injury

USDA tallies losses to bird flu

West Nile virus cases in South Dakota at four

Fourty gay couples married in South Dakota

Fire prompts evacuation of Sioux Falls motel

No decision yet on criminal charges in Highway 212 crash

Watertown mayor wants new severe weather sirens

Codington County Commission approves jail security improvements

Milbank men arrested following stolen gun investigation

Watertown Municipal Utilities appoints new leaders

Spring wheat harvest underway in South Dakota

Jacks picked fifth in pre-season football poll

Ground broken for new Spanish immersion school

Minnesota's minimum wage goes up this week

CDC in Vermillion this week to investigate USD building

Lake Madison drowning victim identified

Watertown Community Foundation announces grant recipients

Madison chosen to be Capital For A Day

Speed limit reductions during Sturgis Bike Rally

SD PUC begins recertification hearings on Keystone XL pipeline

Johnson Fine Arts Center at NSU getting upgrades

Vikings sign kicker Blair Walsh to contract extension

 
 
What dentist said about lion hunt
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Kimmel chokes up on air over lion's death
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Skeletons of early elite settlers ID'd at historic Jamestown site
They got Hoffa-ed
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Why Mets player wept on field
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All grins, Baltimore boy becomes 1st to receive new hands
Zion Harvey just wanted to swing from the monkey bars.
Libyan symbol of freedom now faces years behind bars in U.S.
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Ex-university cop in shooting death pleads not guilty
Former University of Cincinnati Police Officer Ray Tensing pleaded not guilty Thursday to charges of murder and voluntary manslaughter in the July 19 shooting death of Samuel DuBose.
2 dead in Legionnaires' outbreak
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Boy, 15, charged as adult in murder of 8-year-old girl
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Residents look to revive Austin's shrinking black community
Food, football, technology and live music are synonymous with Austin, Texas. Along with its diverse interests, the city is one of the most ethnically diverse in America, with growing Asian and Hispanic communities.
Does this man have the most dangerous job in America?
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Survivability window closing for teens lost at sea
A Florida community held out hope for two teens missing at sea since Friday, even as the Coast Guard began talking about when the search could end.
Judge to NFL, union: Try to settle differences
Judge to NFL, union: Try to settle differences
Dodgers acquire Latos, Wood in 13-player trade
Dodgers acquire Latos, Wood in 13-player trade
Ohio State suspends Bosa, 3 others for opener
Ohio State suspends Bosa, 3 others for opener
Buckeyes open No. 1 in preseason coaches' poll
Buckeyes open No. 1 in preseason coaches' poll
Manziel, with backups, has rocky start to camp
Manziel, with backups, has rocky start to camp
CFP won't require Notre Dame to join a league
CFP won't require Notre Dame to join a league
Pats open practice, try to ignore Deflategate talk
Pats open practice, try to ignore Deflategate talk
Minn. judge sends Brady lawsuit to N.Y. court
Minn. judge sends Brady lawsuit to N.Y. court
Cards acquire Moss hours after Holliday injury
Cards acquire Moss hours after Holliday injury
Taylor: Cowboys experience good-team issues
Taylor: Cowboys experience good-team issues
How I spent my summer vacation in college hoops
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O'Neil: Baffert not interested in AP comparisons
O'Neil: Baffert not interested in AP comparisons
Ice, ice baby: MLB joins in on ALS challenge
Ice, ice baby: MLB joins in on ALS challenge
How Jenner became a sports icon 39 years ago
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Mets-Brewers deal fizzles; Boras says Gomez OK
Mets-Brewers deal fizzles; Boras says Gomez OK