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Construction Begins On New Indoor Pool In SF

Nearly a year after voters in Sioux Falls paved the way to build an indoor pool at Spellerberg Park, construction begins on the new aquatics center.

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Large Voter Turnout Expected For SF School Board Election

In just a few weeks, voters will make their way to the polls for the 2015 Sioux Falls School Board Election.

NCAA Joins Fight Against Sexual Assault

More than five months after President Obama launched the "It's On Us" Campaign to end sexual assault on campus, the NCAA is joining in the fight.

Spook Road Concerns To Be Heard At Township Meeting

Spook Road Concerns To Be Heard At Township Meeting

The myths and tales behind Spook Road have haunted teenagers for generations. But it's the thought of losing the signature canopy of trees that neighbors in the area fear the most.

Longtime Chairman Of Lower Brule Sioux Tribe Hospitalized

A tribal official says the longtime chairman of the Lower Brule Sioux Tribe in central South Dakota is hospitalized with a serious illness.

Man Arrested For Striking Another Man With Crowbar

A man was hit in the leg and face with a crow bar after police say he confronted another man for not completing work on his car.

State Will Not Seek The Death Penalty For Alexander Salgado

Attorney General Marty Jackley and Hanson County State’s Attorney Jim Davies announced Monday they will not seek the death penalty for Alexander Salgado.

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