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Warm April Weather Continues
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Sioux Falls Boiled Under Record-Breaking in 1988

In the summer of 1988 Sioux Falls melted under a record-breaking heatwave. South Dakota and much of the country suffered along with us during a horrible drought.

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Ballot Buffalo
Ben Davis

Open Government is a Better Barrier to Corruption [OPINION]

Open up government by making South Dakota the most open state in the nation, rather than the most closed. That’s where we are now, a barely functioning democracy.

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KDLT TV (used with permission)
KDLT TV (used with permission)

Super Bowl LII Is Looking for Volunteers

On February 4, 2018, all eyes will be on Super Bowl 52 in Minneapolis. To ensure big game week runs smoothly, the Minnesota Super Bowl host committee is looking for a few good volunteers.

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Multiple lightning bolts over rural landscape

Be on Guard for More South Dakota Severe Storms

Wednesday could shape up to be another interesting weather day in the Sioux Falls and adjacent regions. Look for early trends to bring severe storm potential.

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Cashless Payments Overtake The Use Of Notes And Coins
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Buckle Stores Suffers Customer Info Hack

Buckle clothing stores announced that a "criminal entity" gained access to customer credit card information.

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Rare Partial Solar Eclipse Is Viewed Around The UK
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Getting Ready for Solar Eclipse 2017, Safety Review

The countdown to The Great American Eclipse continues. As exciting as this total eclipse is, there are safety measures that need to be taken.

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JD Collins via Sprint Sioux Falls
JD Collins via Sprint Sioux Falls

Fishing Access Improvements on Missouri River’s Ft. Randall Dam

Sometimes the best fishing spots are the hardest to get to, and if you don't have a boat, you might not have access. Along the Missouri River near Pickstown, South Dakota things have changed.

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Historically Restored Steam Engine
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Revisit the Milbank Train Festival From 1990

Go to the Milbank Train Festival in 1990 with this video that includes a ride in a passenger car and a mock train robbery.

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Darren Ishmael loads hay
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South Dakota Drought Prompts State Of Emergency

In response to the effects of drought conditions, South Dakota Governor Dennis Daugaard has declared a statewide emergency.

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An alligator
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Reptile Gardens Celebrates its 80th Birthday With Reunion

If you grew up in South Dakota, Nebraska, Wyoming or North Dakota there is a picture of you riding a tortoise at Reptile Gardens. It's an 8 decade tradition.

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