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Bishop Dudley Hospitality House Enhancing Security

The new Bishop Dudley Hospitality House in Sioux Falls has been serving people in need since January, but some neighboring residents and business owners have expressed concerns about what's going on outside the shelter.

Mayor Huether Delivers State of the City Address

Sioux Falls saw a number of accomplishments, but also several challenges in 2014. Thursday, Mayor Mike Huether discussed where the city has been and where it's headed during his State of the City Address.

Anthrax Kills Two Cows In Stanley Co.

South Dakota's state veterinarian says animal anthrax has killed two young cows in Stanley County.

Update: BIA Superintendent In Stable Condition

The Bureau of Indian Affairs superintendent who was stabbed Wednesday is in stable condition.

Radiothon Helps Raise Money For Children's Cancer

"Your child has cancer." is a phrase that no parent should have to hear... and not one that Gretchen Gammeter expected.

"It physically took the air out of your lungs, it just was one of these things that you never, ever wanted to hear," Gretchen Grammeter of Sioux Falls explained, "you know, you don't look at your kid…

RibFest Says No To Local BBQ Vendors

Local barbeque vendors say for years they haven't been allowed to set up shop at RibFest in Sioux Falls.  They also won't be making an appearance in 2015.

"Coffee With A Cop" Planned For Friday

The Sioux Falls Police Department will host another "Coffee with a Cop" event Friday, March 27.

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