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SD Attorney General Releases Proposed Bills And Amendments

The bills and amendments are for the upcoming legislative session.

Mitchell City Council To Discuss Administrator Position

Monday’s meeting begins at 7:30 pm at City Hall.

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Schools Close As Frigid Weather Grips Region

A wind chill warning is in effect through Tuesday morning.

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Davison County Commission Gives Pay Raise To Elected County Officials

The pay raise is two percent plus fifty cents per hour.

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Man Arrested For Sioux Falls Accident Being Held On Bond

20-year old Oscar Madrigal of Sioux Falls faces several charges.

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South Dakota One Of The Fastest-Growing States

The state’s population grew by 3.5 percent over the past three years.

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SD To Change How It Handles Criminal Offenders On Probation

The change is part of a criminal justice overhaul system.

Davison County Awarded Money For Drug Control

$21,500 has been awarded to assist in drug investigations.

Search Continues For Missing Woonsocket Woman

Rachel Cyriaks has been missing since November.

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Adelstein To Resign From SD Senate

The Rapid City lawmaker continues to recover from surgery.

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11 awkward Thanksgiving jokes

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Worried about spending quality time with family this weekend? Cut the dinner table tension with a delightfully awful Thanksgiving zinger.

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Today in entertainment history: Nov. 26

FILE - In this March 5, 2009 file photo, Michael Jackson is shown at a press conference in London. Testimony from AEG Live executive Paul Gongaware on his interactions with Jackson and his negotiations with the singer’s doctor dominated the fifth week of a civil case against the company filed by the superstar’s mother, Katherine. On Tuesday May 28, 2013, Gongaware reluctantly acknowledged that he negotiated the $150,000 per month rate that Jackson’s doctor expected to be paid to serve on the “This Is It” tour.

A look at the Hollywood headlines that made history.

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U.S. to leave more troops in Afghanistan than first planned

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The number of troops in Afghanistan next year will be larger than originally thought to fill a gap left in the NATO mission.