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Mayday PAC to Spend $1M to Support Democrat Rick Weiland

A political action committee says it will spend $1 million to support Democratic U.S. Senate hopeful Rick Weiland.

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Both Skeptics, Believers Can Board the Bus for Haunted Sioux Falls Tours

With Halloween just around the corner, it's time to start thinking about ghosts, ghost-stories and the Haunted Sioux Falls Tour.

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Former South Dakota Gov. Mike Rounds
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Don’t Expect EB-5 Road to Go Through Rounds

The road to clarity about South Dakota’s EB-5 scandal will not run directly through former Gov. Mike Rounds.

That is not saying the same thing as the Republican front-runner for the open U.S. Senate seat in South Dakota is or is not culpable

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South Dakota Makes Top 15 for Giving

How do we compare to other states when asked to donate to a charity?

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Confirmed Enterovirus Cases in South Dakota Now Up to 12

The number of confirmed cases of enterovirus 68 in South Dakota has risen to a dozen.

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3M Planning $70 Million Expansion in Brookings

The 3M Company is planning a $70 million expansion of its plant in Brookings. The company is expected to get state and city tax incentives and help with costs.

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$19M Grain Facility Nearing Completion Near Emery

A $19 million grain facility being built in Emery is weeks behind schedule in part due to rain but is still expected to handle grain from the current harvest.

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Freeze Could End Growing Season for Immature Crops

A freeze could stop the growing season in the upper Midwest as far south as Nebraska and Iowa, leaving farmers in a difficult situation.

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Picture taken Oct. 7th, 2013 Southwest of Faith, SD of a 500 lb. calf who perished in the storm

Resilience, Aid Keep Ranchers Afloat After Storm

Many ranchers in western South Dakota are doing better than expected a year after a freak autumn blizzard killed at least 43,000 cattle.

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South Dakota Constitution at 125 Years–and Counting

October 1 marked the 125th anniversary of the approval of the South Dakota Constitution.

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