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Sen. Thune Leads Cyber Security Hearing At DSU

South Dakota Senator John Thune was on the Dakota State University campus Thursday afternoon for a field hearing on cyber security.

Local Brewery Opens In Downtown Sioux Falls

We got an sneak peak of WoodGrain Brewery Company Thursday before the downtown Sioux Falls business opened it's doors.

'I thought that they might really nail him': Former NFL Player Reacts To Brady Decision

Come next Thursday, four-time Super Bowl Champion Tom Brady will be back in action. A federal judge threw out the NFL's four game suspension against the New England Patriot's Quarterback. Depending on who you root for, you may have varying opinions on what should have happened. So do former NFL players.

Southside Walmart Lawsuit Back in Court

Sioux Falls Attorney Joel Arends is representing three landowners living near the proposed site on 85th Street and South Minnesota Avenue.

Dakota State Hosts US Senate Cybersecurity Field Hearing

Experts at a U.S. Senate cybersecurity field hearing say a national lack of understanding about cybersecurity and a shortage of security experts are significant challenges to confronting the growing threat from cyberattacks.

Minnehaha County Sheriff's Department Reports Numerous IRS Phone Scams

The Minnehaha County Sheriff's Office has received numerous calls and anonymous tips reporting that citizens are receiving telephone calls from someone reporting to be from the Internal Revenue Service (IRS).

Attorney: Families Want Church Suspect Punished

An attorney representing some of the families of victims in the Charleston church massacre says he commends a prosecutor for considering his clients' thoughts before deciding to pursue the death penalty against the suspect.

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