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Roosevelt High School Rough Riders Football
Barb French/South Dakota Public Broadcasting

Football Game Halted after Sioux Falls Roosevelt Linebacker Injured

Emotionally drained after a serious injury and a long delay, last night’s Sioux Falls Roosevelt-Rapid City Stevens football game ended with 3:47 left to play.

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18th Amendment
Dan Peters/Results Radio

Two Sioux Falls Businesses Fall Prey to Forged Lottery Ticket Scam

The crime is the same but Sioux Falls Police are not ready to call them connected. Forged video lottery tickets took two businesses by surprise.

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Stand Down
Dan Peters/Results Radio

Sioux Falls Veterans Get Hand up at Stand Down

Appoximately 40 vendors assisted hundreds of Sioux Falls area Veterans in need Friday at the Veterans Stand Down event at the VFW on Minnesota Avenue.

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Hand Gun
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Sioux Falls Man Shoots Himself In “Winky”

Turns out Sioux Falls man lied about how he was shot in the junk.

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Reese Whitney
Courtesy Marilyn Whitney/Facebook

Feed Yourself & Your Soul, Dine Out for Reese

This beautiful child is in the fight of her life and you can support her and her family as they battle on.

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South Dakota State University vs University of South Dakota Men's Summit League Tournament

Summit Basketball Tourney Tickets Go on Sale Monday September 28

Tickets to the 2016 Summit League Basketball Tournament at the Denny Sanford Premiere Center go on sale Monday September 28 through a series of three phases.

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Joseph Patterson

Defense Rests in Trial over Death of Football Player’s Son

The defense has rested in the trial of a South Dakota man accused of killing the 2-year-old son of Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson.

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FILE: Investigation, Death Investigation, Crime Investigation

No Foul Play Suspected in Death of Dakota Wesleyan Student

Mitchell Police Detective Lt. Don Everson says an autopsy indicates Beau Keeter died a natural death, though the investigation is ongoing.

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Courtesy of Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure
Courtesy of Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure

The ‘Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure’ Happens This Sunday in Falls Park

People all over the Sioux Empire will be racing for a cure this Sunday during the 8th annual Susan G. Komen South Dakota Race for the Cure.

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Jerry Dahmen/Results Radio
Jerry Dahmen/Results Radio

Former Homeless Veteran has a Message for Veterans in Need

Paul Weyh, a Navy Veteran who was homeless for 10 months, says Veterans Stand Down 2015 is being held on Friday at the VFW located at 3601 South Minnesota Avenue in Sioux Falls.

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