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July 2, 2015

Tourism Department Works To Draw Visitors Statewide

The state's tourism department is noticing visitors and national media starting to turn their attention to the eastern side of the state.


July 2, 2015

South Dakota Now Offers 'Enhanced' Conceal And Carry Permits

South Dakota gun owners with conceal and carry permits can now carry in other states.


July 2, 2015

Komen South Dakota Wins National Award

For the first time, Susan G. Komen South Dakota is picking up national recognition for its work.


July 2, 2015

Business Appreciates Police Presence At Heritage Park

Because she manages a store so close to the park, hearing that the police calls have jumped dramatically from last year is a serious concern.


July 2, 2015

Law Enforcement Investigates Possible Brandon Break-In

The Minnehaha County Sheriff's Office is investigating a possible break-in at Black Jack Fireworks in Brandon.


July 2, 2015

South Dakota Aims To Protect Church Tax-Exempt Status

South Dakota is one of 15 states asking Congress to protect the churches' tax exempt status.


July 2, 2015

Storm Center Update: Thursday PM

Since this morning, the rainfall totals have been under 1” in most places.


July 2, 2015

State Officials Hope New Technology Will Solve Cold Case

State officials hope new technology helps solve a western South Dakota cold case investigation.


July 2, 2015

Kurtiss Riggs Named IFL Coach Of The Year

The Indoor Football League (IFL) is proud to announce the winners of the 2015 Individual Awards.


July 2, 2015

State Could Be On Hook For Legal Fees In Gay Marriage Case

South Dakota could end up owing hundreds of thousands of dollars in legal fees to the private attorneys who fought its ban on same-sex marriages unless a federal appeals court sides with the attorney ...



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