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Amanda Boer
Amanda Boer

Virus Threatens the Life of Cure Kids Cancer Child Ava Boer

One of our Cure Kids Cancer kiddos is in a struggle for her life and it isn't because of the cancer.

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Faith Hill You Think You Know

You Think You Know Faith Hill?

Faith Hill has had some tough times, but she says the most difficult thing she ever went through involved YouTube. Do you know what she's talking about? Find out during this episode of You Think You Know Country?

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Zac Brown
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Zac Brown Loses His Voice, Cancels Indiana Concert

One night after kicking off the Jekyll + Hyde Tour in Nashville, Zac Brown Band canceled a concert scheduled for Evansville, Ind. The singer lost his voice, forcing them to reschedule the May 2 concert.

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Huset's Speedway

Dusty Zomer Wins Huset’s Sunday

Zomer used a slide job on the second lap of the main feature to grab the lead and he never looked back.

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Pope Francis
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Pope Defends Soon-To-Be Saint vs Native American Objections

Pope Francis has praised the zeal of an 18th-century Franciscan missionary, but Native Americans contend he brutally converted indigenous people to Christianity.

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FILE: Construction, Tractor, Bulldozer

New $12.2M Sioux Falls Elementary School Nearly Finished

Construction is nearly complete on a new $12.2 million elementary school in Sioux Falls.

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FILE: Ambulance

Man Driving Wrong Way on I-29 Dies in Crash with Semitrailer

A Brandon man died over the weekend when his car collided with a semitrailer while he was driving on the wrong side of Interstate 29.

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Scales of Justice
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Family of Slain Yankton Woman Makes Push to Find Killer

The family of a Yankton woman slain nearly a quarter century ago is making a renewed effort to find her killer.

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Vintage Agricultural Equipment from South Dakota Headed to Germany

A 14-generation German farmer has found some vintage agriculture implements in salvage yards and shelterbelts across South Dakota that he's now taking to his home country.

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Stew Dean/Flickr

Pine Ridge Suicide Attempts Call for Action

Pine Ridge Reservation’s intensifying suicide epidemic has gained attention across the state. Solutions to stop the statistics from climbing is uncertain.

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