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  • Ex-CIA Officer Arrested On Suspicion Of Exposing U.S. Spy Network In ChinaEx-CIA Officer Arrested On Suspicion Of Exposing U.S. Spy Network In China

    A former Central Intelligence Agency officer is under arrest on charges of illegally retaining highly classified information relating to the U.S. spy network in China – including notebooks containing lists of informants and details of their operations, the Justice Department announced Tuesday. Jerry Chun Shing Lee, 53, a naturalized U.S. citizen who now lives in Hong Kong, was taken into custody Monday night at New York's John F. Kennedy Airport. An investigation of the former CIA case officer began in 2012, five years after he left the agency, the Justice Department says. He began working at the CIA in 1994 and had a top-secret clearance. A court affidavit says that in 2012, while Lee and his family were in Honolulu during a layover en route from Hong Kong to the U.S., the FBI executed a court-authorized search of his hotel room. There, agents found and photographed the contents of two small books that contained handwritten notes "pertaining to, but not limited to, operational notes

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  • What Stories Do You Want From Code Switch In 2018?What Stories Do You Want From Code Switch In 2018?

    Hey fam — Code Switch is planning a full year of stories about the complex ways that race, identity and culture play out in peoples' lives, across the country and around the globe. And to make sure our coverage is the best it can be, we want some feedback from you. So tell us what you loved and hated in our past year of coverage. Tell us which stories left you satisfied, and which left you wanting more. And tell us what you're dying to hear about in 2018. To share your thoughts, email us at CodeSwitch@npr.org, or fill out this form. Copyright 2018 NPR. To see more, visit http://www.npr.org/.

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  • South Dakota high school basketball scores for Jan. 16 - Sioux Falls Argus LeaderSouth Dakota high school basketball scores for Jan. 16 - Sioux Falls Argus Leader

    Sioux Falls Argus LeaderSouth Dakota high school basketball scores for Jan. 16Sioux Falls Argus LeaderHere are the SDHSAA basketball scores from across South Dakota for Jan. 16. Roundup. Girls. O'Gorman 42, Yankton 21 – Emma Ronsiek led the Knights with 13 points. Awoti Akoi added 10 points. Madison Wuebben led Yankton with 10 points. Sioux Falls ...

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  • Naval Commanders In 2 Deadly Ship Collisions To Be Charged With Negligent HomicideNaval Commanders In 2 Deadly Ship Collisions To Be Charged With Negligent Homicide

    The U.S. Navy announced Tuesday that the commanding officers of two vessels involved in separate collisions in the Pacific Ocean last year will face court-martial proceedings and possible criminal charges including negligent homicide. The statement by Navy spokesman Capt. Greg Hicks says the decision to prosecute the commanders, and several lower-ranking officers as well, was made by Adm. Frank Caldwell. As the Two-Way reported : "In June, the USS Fitzgerald collided with a Philippine-flagged container ship off Japan, leaving seven sailors dead in their berthing compartments. Just over two months later — and just days after several of the Fitzgerald's leaders were relieved of their duties — the USS John S. McCain crashed into a Liberian-flagged tanker at the eastern entrance to the Strait of Malacca near Singapore in a startlingly similar incident that left 10 sailors dead." In both cases, the 300-crew destroyers collided with ships more than three times their size in gross tonnage. A

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  • Roger Staubach, Drew Pearson hope they'll be booed less after Vikings' miracle playRoger Staubach, Drew Pearson hope they'll be booed less after Vikings' miracle play

    Former Dallas receiver Drew Pearson shows off his Fran Tarkenton-signed Vikings helmet that reads 'Your Hail Mary catch changed the world.' (Photo courtesy of Drew Pearson)...

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  • Porn star reportedly spoke to journalist in 2016 about Trump settlement, fearing he wouldn't pay upPorn star reportedly spoke to journalist in 2016 about Trump settlement, fearing he wouldn't pay up

    An adult-film star who was reportedly paid to remain silent about a sexual relationship with Donald Trump a decade before he became president spoke to a journalist because she feared he would not pay

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  • The Vikings won on Sunday, so why was Monday still the most depressing day of the year?The Vikings won on Sunday, so why was Monday still the most depressing day of the year?

    A fan of the Minnesota Vikings watches player introductions before the NFC Divisional Playoff football game against the New Orleans Saints at U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis. Jerry Lai -- USA TODAY S

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  • SD House OKs three sets of changes to electionsSD House OKs three sets of changes to elections

    The three bills head next to the Senate for consideration.Rep. Julie Bartling, D-Gregory, said HB 1003 "simply corrects an oversight" in a rewrite of campaign-finance requirements passed dur

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  • Too cool for school? As temperatures dip below zero, schools stay closed for safetyToo cool for school? As temperatures dip below zero, schools stay closed for safety

    More than 20 region school districts started late as temperatures plummeted to colder than 20 degrees below zero when accounting for wind chill -- the threshold many superintendents say is the decidin

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  • 'Thursday Night Football' reportedly could be on the move to ABC'Thursday Night Football' reportedly could be on the move to ABC

    The NFL's package of Thursday night games isn't going away. Instead, it might be turning up on a broadcast network that got out of football after dominating the game in prime-time for 35 yea

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  • Ronny Jackson: The White House Doctor Who Gave Trump A Clean Bill Of HealthRonny Jackson: The White House Doctor Who Gave Trump A Clean Bill Of Health

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bwDTv1_LYcY Rear Adm. Ronny Jackson has served with Navy bomb disposal units and instructed underwater salvage teams. His latest assignment: defusing doubts about the health and mental fitness of the nation's 71-year-old president. For nearly an hour Tuesday, Jackson stood in the White House briefing room, answering questions from reporters about President Trump's physical exam, conducted last Friday. His lectern-side manner was both professional and disarming — the polar opposite of Trump's personal physician, who drew ridicule with his medical pronouncements on the candidate back in 2015. Where Dr. Harold Bornstein was shaggy and sensational, Jackson was all business, reading off test results in his blue and gold dress uniform. And the clean bill of health he delivered was just what the president ordered. "He said, 'I want you to get out there and I want you to talk to them and I want you to answer every single question they have,' " Jackson said. The

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  • How To Parent From Prison And Other Advice For Life InsideHow To Parent From Prison And Other Advice For Life Inside

    When you're facing a major life change, it helps to talk to someone who has already been through it. All Things Considered is connecting people on either side of a shared experience, and they're letting us eavesdrop on their conversations in our series Been There . About six years ago, Johnathon Shillings was on trial for his involvement in the homicide of a man in Harris County, Texas. The now-28-year-old, who already had been to prison twice before, pleaded guilty to helping transport and dump the victim's body. He was sentenced to five years in prison. During those five years, Johnathon says something in him changed. This time, he had a little daughter — Victoria — to think about. So in prison, he decided to change things: He worked on his anger issues, he enrolled in an entrepreneurship program. And he kept in touch with his daughter. There are a lot of people who go to prison who want to do what Johnathon did: change their lives, leave prison and never go back. Like Johnathon,

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  • Trump did 'exceedingly well' on a cognitive test, top White House doctor saysTrump did 'exceedingly well' on a cognitive test, top White House doctor says

    Presidential physician Dr. Ronny Jackson speaks about President Donald Trump's medical exam at the White House on Jan. 16, 2018. (Olivier Douliery / Tribune News Service)...

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  • South Dakota lawmakers to attend sexual harassment training - Washington TimesSouth Dakota lawmakers to attend sexual harassment training - Washington Times

    South Dakota lawmakers to attend sexual harassment trainingWashington TimesPIERRE, S.D. (AP) - South Dakota lawmakers and their staff are going to attend ethics, professionalism and sexual harassment training. The Wednesday training is required for employees. Legislative leaders have said all lawmakers are expected to attend ...and more »

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  • White House Doctor Says Trump Is In 'Excellent' Physical, Cognitive HealthWhite House Doctor Says Trump Is In 'Excellent' Physical, Cognitive Health

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bwDTv1_LYcY President Trump is in excellent health with "no indication" of "any cognitive issues" — but he could afford to lose a few pounds and start exercising over the coming year, according to the president's physician. Dr. Ronny Jackson, a Navy rear admiral who directs the White House medical unit, conducted Trump's annual physical last Friday. He told reporters on Tuesday that the president's cardiac health is strong and that there are no concerns about any memory or cognitive issues. "I found no evidence that the president has any issues whatsoever with his thought process," Jackson told reporters during Tuesday's White House briefing. The tabloid-style book Fire and Fury by journalist Michael Wolff, published this month, led to speculation about Trump's mental fitness for office. Trump responded to the criticism by calling himself a " very stable genius ." Jackson said on Tuesday that Trump asked him to perform the cognitive exam, which the

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  • The Boundary-Breaking Success Of Edwin Hawkins' 'Oh Happy Day'The Boundary-Breaking Success Of Edwin Hawkins' 'Oh Happy Day'

    Edwin Hawkins' "Oh Happy Day" was an accidental hit. The song, a gospel-style rework of an 18th century hymn, starts with a jazzy drum beat and a kind of blues pop piano groove. Dorothy Morrison, who sings lead on the recording, remembers at first, the pop feel got a lukewarm reception from the church. "At first the reaction was, 'Well, we're not sure,' " Morrison says. Hawkins wasn't sure about it either. It wasn't even his favorite song on the album. Only 500 copies were made and sold, but one those copies ended up in the hands of a San Francisco DJ who spread it. By 1969, the song reached No. 4 on the Billboard Hot 100. The following year, "Oh Happy Day" won a Grammy for best soul gospel performance. Singer Donald Lawrence was just a kid when "Oh Happy Day" was released, but he remembers hearing it all the time. "I enjoyed the way the lead started up, you know, kind of mellow and then it built up and went back down and had dynamics," Lawrence says. Hawkins never had another

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  • 2018 Interfaith Day At Legislative Session2018 Interfaith Day At Legislative Session

    In The Moment ... January 16, 2017 Show 256 Hour 1 Last week, the first ever Interfaith Day was held in the capitol rotunda in Pierre on the second legislative day in 2018. Members from the state's Jewish, Muslim, Buddhist, Baha'i, Roman Catholic and Episcopalian faiths joined Lutherans in Interfaith Day. Today we welcome three South Dakota leaders who participated in the gathering. Bishop David Zellmer leads the Evangelical Lutheran Church of America's South Dakota Synod. Taneeza Islam is an immigration attorney and executive director for South Dakota Voices for Peace and Justice. Stan Adelstein is a former South Dakota state lawmaker.

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  • Man Ruptures His Throat By Stifling A Big Sneeze, Prompting Doctors' WarningMan Ruptures His Throat By Stifling A Big Sneeze, Prompting Doctors' Warning

    Now, there is ample reason for you to cover your nose when you sneeze. It's flu season , after all, and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has made it quite clear it doesn't want you spreading your germs with reckless abandon. But let's not go overboard here, people. In a report Monday in the journal BMJ Case Reports, several ear, nose and throat specialists detail the woes of a man who tried to entirely stifle a strong sneeze. And those woes aren't exactly pretty. The unnamed patient in question — a 34-year-old described as "previously fit and well" — attempted to stop a particularly forceful sneeze by "pinching the nose and holding his mouth closed." Not long afterward, he noticed something was wrong. It hurt when he swallowed and he observed a "change of voice." What's more, his neck had swollen and, when he tried to move it, produced an unsettling popping and crackling sensation. As it turns out, his doctors noticed it too, once he had been admitted to the emergency

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  • South Dakota Governor's race heats up, travel expenses under the microscope - KSFYSouth Dakota Governor's race heats up, travel expenses under the microscope - KSFY

    KSFYSouth Dakota Governor's race heats up, travel expenses under the microscopeKSFY(KSFY) - How much South Dakota Republican gubernatorial candidates are spending on travel expenses is under the microscope. The Democratic Party recently issued a press release claiming Marty Jackley's travel expenses have gone up 75 percent this year ...Gene Abdallah withdraws from board after report of sexual harassmentSioux Falls Argus LeaderEx-Lawmaker Declines Board Seat After Harassment ClaimU.S. News & World ReportLawmakers delay action on data breach legislationAberdeenNews.comall 6 news articles »

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  • South Dakota running out of money for pollution control - Sioux Falls Argus LeaderSouth Dakota running out of money for pollution control - Sioux Falls Argus Leader

    Sioux Falls Argus LeaderSouth Dakota running out of money for pollution controlSioux Falls Argus LeaderA lack of federal funding could force the state of South Dakota to stop monitoring water for lead and copper, cease regulating wastewater and otherwise pare back pollution control programs. That was one message delivered to lawmakers Tuesday morning by ...

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  • Florida love triangle led to a murder-for-hire plot, police say. But the wrong woman was killed.Florida love triangle led to a murder-for-hire plot, police say. But the wrong woman was killed.

    Kyle Swenson - The Washington Post Heartbreak and jealously were the twin engines driving the scheme, police would later say. Ishnar Marie Lopez-Ramos was in love. The o

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  • Supreme Court to decide South Dakota challenge to Quill - Accounting TodaySupreme Court to decide South Dakota challenge to Quill - Accounting Today

    Accounting TodaySupreme Court to decide South Dakota challenge to QuillAccounting TodayThe Supreme Court may be on the verge of tidying up an issue that has vexed states since the beginning of online sales—the attempt to collect tax on the sales by remote sellers into their states. The Supreme Court's 1992 decision in Quill Corp. v ...South Dakota v. Wayfair Is Here So We Can Finally Have A 21st ...Above the LawU.S. Supreme Court to Revisit Quill, Grants Cert in South Dakota v ...LexologyHow the Supreme Court's ruling on internet sales tax could affect Arizona retailersPhoenix Business JournalDrgnews -CPAPracticeAdvisor.com -Bond Buyerall 38 news articles »

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  • Gateway Computer Campus in South Dakota Sold for $5.75M ... - U.S. News & World ReportGateway Computer Campus in South Dakota Sold for $5.75M ... - U.S. News & World Report

    Gateway Computer Campus in South Dakota Sold for $5.75M ...U.S. News & World ReportSIOUX FALLS, S.D. (AP) — A real estate investment firm has bought the old Gateway Computer campus in southern South Dakota for $5.75 million.Gateway Computer campus in South Dakota sold for $5.75MSacramento Beeall 2 news articles »

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    Sioux Falls Argus LeaderSouth Dakota third best place in US to retire, study saysSioux Falls Argus LeaderWith a recent stretch of subzero temperatures, it is hard to imagine South Dakota as a retirement haven. After all, there is always Florida and Arizona. But for non-weather reasons, South Dakota has been honored again as one of the best places to ...WalletHub names South Dakota 3rd best state to retireKSFYThe best and worst states to retire - CNBC.comCNBC2018's Best & Worst States to Retire | WalletHub®WalletHuball 24 news articles »

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  • Workers Without Degree Hold Most Good Jobs in South Dakota ... - U.S. News & World ReportWorkers Without Degree Hold Most Good Jobs in South Dakota ... - U.S. News & World Report

    Rapid City JournalWorkers Without Degree Hold Most Good Jobs in South Dakota ...U.S. News & World ReportRAPID CITY, S.D. (AP) — A new report from Georgetown University says the majority of good jobs in South Dakota belong to employees who don't have bachelor's degrees.Study: Most good jobs in SD go to those without bachelor's degrees ...Rapid City Journalall 2 news articles »

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  • 10 South Dakota Programs Get Money to Help the Homeless - U.S. News & World Report10 South Dakota Programs Get Money to Help the Homeless - U.S. News & World Report

    10 South Dakota Programs Get Money to Help the HomelessU.S. News & World ReportTen programs in South Dakota that help the homeless with housing and other services are sharing in $1.3 million in federal money. Jan. 16, 2018, at 8:08 a.m.. 10 South Dakota Programs Get Money to Help the Homeless. Share. ×. Share on Facebook · Post ...and more »

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  • South Dakota Mines students collect food donations during MLK Day of Service - Rapid City JournalSouth Dakota Mines students collect food donations during MLK Day of Service - Rapid City Journal

    Rapid City JournalSouth Dakota Mines students collect food donations during MLK Day of ServiceRapid City JournalSouth Dakota School of Mines student Lily Cutler tries to find room for more donated canned goods in an already-full Feeding South Dakota bin during Monday's MLK Jr. Day Food Drive. School of Mines students collected donations of food items and cash ...

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  • Wx AlertsWx Alerts

    CENTRAL MINNESOTA THIS MORNING... .Lake effect snow will gradually come to an end across the south shore today as winds shift and drier air moves in. In addition, cold temperatures and light north winds is causing very cold wind chills across north-central Minnesota this morning.

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  • Stark Beauty in US Badlands National ParkStark Beauty in US Badlands National Park

    A stop at the towering stone faces on Mount Rushmore in South Dakota marked the halfway point of Mikah Meyer's quest to visit all 417 National Park sites. He was impressed with the carving by Gutzon B

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  • Lead Singer of The Cranberries Dies at Age 46Lead Singer of The Cranberries Dies at Age 46

    Dolores O'Riordan, the lead singer of Irish rock group The Cranberries, has died at the age of 46. Her publicist says O'Riordan died suddenly while in London for a recording session. No cause of deat

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  • Excerpts from recent South Dakota editorialsExcerpts from recent South Dakota editorials

    Life is full of examples in which a gut reaction to ban something unknown and scary usually turns out to be a punch in the gut to those who are doing the banning. That's what could happen to Aberdeen if the city council goes too far down the road of banning driverless vehicles.

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  • Lower Brule chairman urges lawmakers to expand MedicaidLower Brule chairman urges lawmakers to expand Medicaid

    The Lower Brule Sioux chairman on Thursday urged South Dakota lawmakers to expand the Medicaid health coverage program and work with tribes to fight methamphetamine use. Chairman Boyd Gourneau said in the third State of the Tribes address that he's seen firsthand the destruction that meth has on people's lives.

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  • Groups Record Voting Rights Abuses Against Native AmericansGroups Record Voting Rights Abuses Against Native Americans

    Native Americans say they have encountered a wide range of obstacles to voting. Advocates have been spending the last few months gathering stories from around Indian Country in the hope that tribal members can wield more influence in elections and to improve conditions among populations that encounter huge disparities in health, education and economics.

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  • South Dakota Rock and Roll Music Association Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony tickets on saleSouth Dakota Rock and Roll Music Association Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony tickets on sale

    The two-night event will be held at the Ramkota Inn Exhibit Hall in Sioux Falls on April 13-14. "We're excited to present another great event filled with music and memories," SDRRMA Board Chair John Mogen said in a press release.

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  • Mike Rounds says he's open to supporting bipartisan DACA dealMike Rounds says he's open to supporting bipartisan DACA deal

    Sen. Mike Rounds said Thursday that he's open to supporting the tentative DACA deal a bipartisan group of senators have reportedly reached, but declined to offer any details about what's in the plan. "I'm going to allow those individuals that have worked so hard on it to be able to lay out, in a format they're comfortable with, exactly what their plans would propose," the South Dakota Republican said on CNN.

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  • 2018 Could Bring Long List Of Ballot Measures a2018 Could Bring Long List Of Ballot Measures a

    Remember the 2016 election here in South Dakota? All those ballot measures we voted on? Confusing right? Well, 2018 could bring another long list of ballot measures. It's only the first full day of the legislative session and already lawmakers have introduced 12 bills concerning ballot questions.

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  • Deer crashes into window at South Dakota health care centerDeer crashes into window at South Dakota health care center

    A deer left an Aberdeen health care facility in worse shape than when it entered

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  • Former Santa Cruz man charged with murder in suspected matricideFormer Santa Cruz man charged with murder in suspected matricide

    SANTA CRUZ >> A 30-year-old former Santa Cruz man was charged Monday with murder in connection with killing his mother, Michelle Walsh, by blunt force trauma to her head and neck late Dec. 30 or early Dec. 31 in her Riverside County home, according to Palm Springs Police Department. Tosten Walsh-Lommen will be extradited from South Dakota, where he was involved in a high-speed chase with his mother's body wrapped in a blanket in the back of a 2013 Honda CRV on Jan. 1, Sgt.

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  • Man arrested after chase now charged with killing his motherMan arrested after chase now charged with killing his mother

    Man arrested after South Dakota chase in which authorities say his mother's body was found in SUV he was driving is now charged with murder in California

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  • Three South Dakota Indian tribes sue over opioid addictionsThree South Dakota Indian tribes sue over opioid addictions

    Vernon Red Owl, a member of the Siseton Wahpeton Oyate Tribe in South Dakota, raises his arm as a motorist honks a horn in support as more than 200 protesters of the Dakota Access Pipeline construction gathered in Bismarck before marching across the Liberty Memorial Bridge to Mandan Three American Indian tribes in South Dakota have sued the country's top opioid manufacturers and distributors, accusing them of concealing and minimizing the addiction risk in tribal communities that have been devastated by such drugs. While 200,000 Americans died from prescription opioid overdoses from 2000 to 2016, the national epidemic has hit Indian reservations particularly hard.

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  • Daugaard: South Dakota seeking Medicaid work requirementDaugaard: South Dakota seeking Medicaid work requirement

    In this Dec. 28, 2016 file photo, South Dakota Gov. Dennis Daugaard describes his priorities for the rest of his term at the state Capitol in Pierre, S.D. Daugaard, South Dakota's governor since 2011, is entering his final legislative session beginning, Tuesday, Jan. 9, 2018.

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  • PHOTO: On Wednesday, snow will be falling across portions of the Rockies and northern Plains. Heavy snow will be possible at times. By tomorrow evening, it's snowing from Aspen, CO to Scottsbluff, NE ...PHOTO: On Wednesday, snow will be falling across portions of the Rockies and northern Plains. Heavy snow will be possible at times. By tomorrow evening, it's snowing from Aspen, CO to Scottsbluff, NE ...

    PHOTO: On Wednesday, snow will be falling across portions of the Rockies and northern Plains. Heavy snow will be possible at times. By tomorrow evening, it's snowing from Aspen, CO to Scottsbluff, NE and up across Rapid City, SD and Bismarck, ND.

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  • Rapid City teacher among five from South Dakota to earn profession's top honorRapid City teacher among five from South Dakota to earn profession's top honor

    Five South Dakota classroom teachers are among the nearly 5,461 elementary and secondary school teachers nationwide to achieve National Board Certification in 2017. "National Board Certified teachers demonstrate a deep knowledge of their content and a commitment to improving their instruction.

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  • Blue States Search For Ways to Preserve SubsidiesBlue States Search For Ways to Preserve Subsidies

    Blue state governments are reeling following enactment of the tax reform bill, which among many other virtues, corrects an injustice: residents of low-tax states like South Dakota will no longer be forced to subsidize residents of high-tax states like New York. Or at least, not to the same extent.

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  • South Dakotans Return Home From Rose Parade with AwardSouth Dakotans Return Home From Rose Parade with Award

    The Hefty family was looking out at crowd for a far as the eye could see in the California sunshine to kick off the new year. These Baltic believers had made it to the Rose Parade.

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  • SD Lawmakers talk hot topics ahead of 2018 sessionSD Lawmakers talk hot topics ahead of 2018 session

    South Dakota lawmakers say there will a few standout topics and some bills for the upcoming 2018 legislative session are already filed. In 2017, major topics included the repeal of I.M. 22 and the replacement with lawmakers' own version of campaign financing regulations, plus the resignation of Madison lawmaker Mathew Wollmann, amid his admission of sex encounters with interns; plus lawmakers passed the release of mugshots for felony arrests and began collecting sales tax from online retailers like Amazon.

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  • Out-of-state fundraising ban to be on South Dakota ballotOut-of-state fundraising ban to be on South Dakota ballot

    South Dakota's chief elections official has cleared a measure that would ban out-of-state fundraising for citizens' initiatives to appear on the November ballot

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  • Adorable dog gets a little too excitedAdorable dog gets a little too excited

    This adorable dog in South Dakota is super-excited to be on camera...

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  • FILE - In this Sept. 26, 2014 file photo, spectators watch as riders and drivers herd about 1,200 bison toward the corrals at the 49th annual Custer State Park Buffalo Roundup in the southern Black ...FILE - In this Sept. 26, 2014 file photo, spectators watch as riders and drivers herd about 1,200 bison toward the corrals at the 49th annual Custer State Park Buffalo Roundup in the southern Black ...

    FILE - In this Sept. 26, 2014 file photo, spectators watch as riders and drivers herd about 1,200 bison toward the corrals at the 49th annual Custer State Park Buffalo Roundup in the southern Black Hills near Custer, S.D. South Dakota tourism officia

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  • FILE - In this undated photo provided by the Clay County Sheriff's Office in Vermillion, S.D., Dale Williamson is photographed. Williamson, a University of South Dakota football player accused of ...FILE - In this undated photo provided by the Clay County Sheriff's Office in Vermillion, S.D., Dale Williamson is photographed. Williamson, a University of South Dakota football player accused of ...

    FILE - In this undated photo provided by the Clay County Sheriff's Office in Vermillion, S.D., Dale Williamson is photographed. Williamson, a University of South Dakota football player accused of attempted rape in an alleged attack in October, is now

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  • In this Wednesday, Nov. 22, 2017, photo, police officers in Rarotonga load up their search and rescue Zodiac following the recovery of a drowned man at Muri Lagoon, in the Cook Islands. A South ...In this Wednesday, Nov. 22, 2017, photo, police officers in Rarotonga load up their search and rescue Zodiac following the recovery of a drowned man at Muri Lagoon, in the Cook Islands. A South ...

    In this Wednesday, Nov. 22, 2017, photo, police officers in Rarotonga load up their search and rescue Zodiac following the recovery of a drowned man at Muri Lagoon, in the Cook Islands. A South Dakota state representative and his brother-in-law drown

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  • TransCanada says 210,000 gallons of oil leaked from Keystone pipeline in South DakotaTransCanada says 210,000 gallons of oil leaked from Keystone pipeline in South Dakota

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