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Yankton Business Fire Tied To Static Electricity And Solvent

Investigators believe a fire at an aluminum products business in Yankton started when static electricity ignited a solvent being used to clean a paint gun.

Fire Damages Gas Station In Mobridge; Cause Not Known

Fire Chief Mitchel Voller says that the blaze at the Holiday gas station occurred about 12:30 a.m. Monday. He says it is not considered suspicious.

Rapid City Man Pleads Not Guilty To Killing 6-Year-Old Girl

A Rapid City man accused of killing a 6-month-old girl has pleaded not guilty.

Deadline Approaching For Farm And Ranch Recognition Program

The South Dakota Department of Agriculture says the cutoff date is approaching to apply for a farm and ranch recognition program that celebrates families who have had operations for 100 or 125 successive years.

USD Receives Grant From Regents To Acquire New Supercomputer

The University of South Dakota has been awarded $200,000 to help it acquire a new campus supercomputer for scientific research.

South Dakota Firefighter Died Of Carbon Monoxide, Smoke Inhalation

The U.S. Forest Service says a firefighter whose body was found Friday in the Modoc National Forest died of carbon monoxide poisoning and smoke inhalation.

No Injuries Reported At House Fire In Eastern Sioux Falls

A neighbor witnessed smoke coming from the roof. Upon arrival, fire crews confirmed visible smoke and darkened windows.

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