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October 21, 2014

Hill City Area Mine Tabbed for Fracking-Sand Production

The mine could mean 300 jobs, mostly in trucking and processing. But it won't mean strip mining. Unlike the surface operations for fracking sand in some other states, the mining at the old mi...


October 21, 2014

Tuesday Sports Broadcast

Click the video player to view Tuesday's 10 p.m. sports broadcast


Craig Johnson

October 21, 2014

New University Center Head Faces Falling Enrollment

The University Center in Sioux Falls is under new leadership this fall.  Craig Johnson is the executive director who took over the job after Mark Lee left the position for the Sioux Falls Chamber...


October 21, 2014

Voter Registration Promising In State, Counties

Numbers are rolling in for voter registration, and things are looking good for South Dakota. 


October 21, 2014

World-Known Band 'Chicago' Headlines Yearly SF Chamber Meeting

On the surface, it looks more like a party than a yearly meeting, but the Sioux Falls Area Chamber of Commerce is celebrating a year full of growth and new possibilities.


October 21, 2014

CVB: Northern Iowa Tops SDSU 3-1

Sophomore Kacey Herrmann had a career night but the South Dakota State volleyball team lost to Northern Iowa, 3-1, Tuesday in a nonconference match in Frost Arena.


October 21, 2014

Meth Making A Comeback

South Dakota officers have already taken more meth off the streets this year compared to all of last year.  And last year the state saw a record rise in meth cases.


October 21, 2014

American Video Journalist Free Of Ebola, Will Be Released Wednesday

An Omaha hospital says an American video journalist is free of Ebola and will be released soon.


October 21, 2014

Minnehaha Co. Renews Ambulance Licenses

Ambulance providers in Minnehaha County will remain the same, for now, after a vote Tuesday morning by county commissioners. While Rural/Metro's county license to continue servicing an area that i...


October 21, 2014

Drivers Want Changes For Safety On W. 26th St.

Traffic engineers are looking at the data to make a plan to improve safety on a stretch of W. 26th St. between Marion Road and I-29.



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