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Sobriety Checkpoints Set in 15 South Dakota Counties in March

South Dakota Highway Patrol troopers are always watching for drivers who are impaired, but motorists in 15 counties will get special attention in March, including several in the Sioux Falls area.

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Woman, 20, Killed in Northeast South Dakota Crash

A woman from Florence, SD died Monday morning in a two-vehicle crash in Codington County.

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Minnesota Teen Dies in Northern South Dakota Crash

A teenager from Minnesota died Monday in a one-vehicle crash northeast of Ipswich, in Edmunds County.

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Sobriety Checkpoints in 15 South Dakota Counties

Be advised: if you're drinking and driving in February, South Dakota Highway Patrol troopers might be watching.

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Northeast South Dakota Crash Kills Revillo Man

A Revillo man died this week in a one-vehicle crash near a rural intersection southwest of his hometown, in Deuel County.

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New Commander in Highway Patrol’s Sioux Falls Office

There's a new commander of the South Dakota Highway Patrol's Sioux Falls District.

Captain Alan Welsh officially assumed command of the Patrol's Sioux Falls District on Thursday, January 9, one day after Captain Kevin Joffer  retired

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Crash Kills Roslyn, South Dakota Man

A Roslyn man died Sunday in a one-vehicle crash some five-and-a-half miles north of Webster on State Highway 25 in Day County.

The South Dakota Highway Patrol says James Russell Duffy, 63, was northbound shortly after 11:30am when his pickup truck left the roadway, traveled through a field, turned left and crossed the highway into another field

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South Dakota Highway Patrol Gets $8,500 to Buy Drug Dog

PIERRE, S.D. (AP) — The South Dakota Highway Patrol is getting $8,500 to buy a police service dog that will be used in drug investigations.

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South Dakota Highway Patrol Announces Checkpoints

It's the monthly warning from the South Dakota Highway Patrol. Troopers will conduct sobriety checkpoints in more than a dozen counties during January.

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South Dakota Highway Patrol Cautions Holiday Travelers

The South Dakota Highway Patrol is reminding motorists to drive carefully over the Thanksgiving Day holiday.

Captain Kevin Joffer says traffic will be heavy, so motorists need to be prepared for changes in weather and road conditions

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