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March 28, 2015

USDA Says South Dakota's Hog And Pig Numbers Up 8 Percent

The U.S. Department of Agriculture says the number of hogs and pigs in the state is up 8 percent from the same time last year.


March 28, 2015

Two New Businesses To Open In Sturgis

If you plan on making your way to Sturgis this summer, you'll have new gas and food options to stop by on the way.


March 28, 2015

Special Events Applications Up In 2014

Sioux Falls Parks and Recreation released record numbers for special events applications in the city in 2014.


March 28, 2015

Promoting Native American Home Ownership

Thirty South Dakotans went through training this week in Pierre on how to help American Indians in the state buy their own homes.  


March 28, 2015

Siouxland Libraries Offer New Digital Service

Libraries continue to head the digital route with a new eBook service.


March 28, 2015

Storm Center Update- Saturday AM

A windy weekend is ahead in KELOLAND.  We have high wind warnings in effect for Tonight West River, including Rapid City.  Gusts to 60 mph from the NW are possible.  In addition, fire ...


March 27, 2015

Dawkins Scores 28 Points As Skyforce Top Stampede

Andre Dawkins led the Sioux Falls Skyforce in a 127-98 victory over the Idaho Stampede Friday night.


March 27, 2015

CFB: SDSU Kicks Off Spring Practice

The SDSU football team fell short in the postseason this past fall. Now they are busy this spring working to get over the hump.


March 27, 2015

Friday Sports Broadcast

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


March 27, 2015

Less Lethal Law Enforcement

Separate officer-involved shootings in Rapid City last year left two men dead and ignited talk about whether police should use lethal weapons when confronting subjects.



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