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Independence Day Celebrations!

There are a lot of fireworks shows this weekend! Here's a list of where you can see them!

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Law Enforcement Keeping Boaters Safe Over Holiday Weekend

The warm weather and July 4th celebrations are bringing many people out onto South Dakota lakes.

Thousands Flock Downtown For July 4th Festivities

Mayor Mike Huether's annual 4th of July Parade & Picnic took place in downtown Sioux Falls on Saturday.

UPDATE: Names Released In Fatal I-29 Crash

A Brookings man is dead after a two-vehicle accident just before 5 p.m. Friday on Interstate 29 south of Baltic.

Arlington Woman Suffers Medical Issue, Dies In Car Crash

An Arlington woman, identified as 71-year-old Barbara Hudy, died in a one-vehicle crash Friday night around 8:30 in Arlington.

The South Dakota Highway Patrol says Hudy was driving near the intersection of U.S. Highway 81 and Main Street when the vehicle drifted to the right and left the roadway. The vehicle entered a…

Attorney Asks Appeals Court To Affirm Same-Sex Marriage Ruling

The attorney representing six same-sex couples in South Dakota has formally asked an appeals court to affirm a judge's ruling that declared the state's ban on gay marriages is unconstitutional.
    
Minneapolis attorney Josh Newville filed his motion Friday suggesting to the judges of the 8th Circuit Court of Appeals…

Appeals Court Affirms Sioux Falls Broker's Conviction

A federal appeals court has upheld the conviction and prison sentence of a Sioux Falls broker accused of scamming more than 100 investors for over $20 million.
    
Acting U.S. Attorney Randy Seiler says the 8th Circuit Court of Appeals this week affirmed all 26 felony fraud convictions and the nine-year prison sentence…

Man Receives Probation For Taking Native American Artifacts

A Mobridge man has been sentenced to one year of probation for illegally taking Native American artifacts from public lands.
    
Acting U.S. Attorney Randy Seiler says 40-year-old Carl Overbey pleaded guilty to one count of excavation of archaeological resources.
    
In September of 2014, the Walworth County Sheriff's…

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