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State Department Audit Faults Clinton In Emails

A State Department audit has faulted Hillary Clinton and previous secretaries of state for poorly managing email and other computer information and slowly responding to new cybersecurity risks.

painkillers

Tonight On KDLT News At 10: Killing More Than Pain

Many people have painkillers in their medicine cabinet. While they are intended to make you feel better, in some cases they leave you feeling much, much worse.

Community Blood Drive On Friday

'Rock 'N Roll Up Your Sleeve' Blood Drive This Friday

This Friday, the Community Blood Bank is hosting a huge blood drive where you can help save the lives of others. It's called the "Rock ‘n Roll Up Your Sleeve" blood drive, partnered with The KRRO, Scheels, HutHot, Dairy Queen, West Mall 7, and KDLT.

Understanding GMO s In Food

Farmer Discusses Results Of New Study On GMOs

The National Academy of Sciences recently released a study about GMO crops and their effects. The study has been covered by national news outlets and has been the topic of much recent conversation.

3 Of 4 Suspects Plead Guilty In Beating Of Highway Patrolman

Twenty-six-year-old Desiree Sukert, 24-year-old Chase Sukert and 22-year-old Jonathan Melendez pleaded guilty Tuesday to a drug charge and to being accessories to the October 2015 assault of Trooper Zachary Bader during an Interstate 90 traffic stop east of Rapid City.

Anonymous Donors Pledge $1M For Britton Community Center

Anonymous donors have pledged $1 million to help build a new community center in Britton to replace the Kidder Gym.

Madison Man Accused Of Killing Fiancee Pleads Not Guilty

Forty-six-year-old Michael Schmitz is accused of fatally shooting 46-year-old Corina Booth the night of April 27 at a home at Lake Madison.

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