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Dozens of schools are closed or dismissing early Tuesday due to the snow.

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Reducing Prison Sentences: When, How Often Does It Happen?

We updated you last week on the case of a northwest Iowa daycare provider who was sentenced to 100 years in prison for the death of a 3-year-old child in 2013. Nearly a year after she was sentenced, a judge reconsidered. We sat down with Second Circuit Judge Bradley Zell to see when and how often it happens in South…

Record-breaking Snowfall Has Crews Working Around The Clock

After yesterday’s snow storm brought record-breaking snow totals to much of Sioux Falls, road crews have been working around the clock to clean the city’s streets. But due to the persisting snowfall, most residential streets didn’t see a plow until 6 a.m. Tuesday morning.

Miner Co. Authorities Searching For Missing Teen

The Miner County Sheriff's office is requesting assistance in locating a missing person/runaway.

Falls Community Health Offers Free STD Screenings For 'Protect Your Parts' Initiative

The new initiative was started by the Sioux Falls Health Department to raise awareness of the growing problem of STDs in South Dakota and the country.

Snowfall Record Set In Sioux Falls

A lingering snowstorm over the northern Plains is setting records. The National Weather Service says 8.7 inches of snow fell in Sioux Falls Monday, breaking the city's record for the date of 7.6 inches in 1954.

Victims Of Fiery Double-Fatal Crash Near Yankton Identified

The Highway Patrol has identified two Yankton residents who died in a fiery head-on crash east of the city.

Visit Santa At The North Pole Carnival

Meet Santa At The North Pole Carnival This Saturday

This Saturday, learn to be an elf, or play reindeer games, make a personalized present and meet Santa himself at Active Generations' North Pole Carnival.

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