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Many Sioux Falls Homeowners Out Of Flood Risk Area

New FEMA flood insurance rate maps take into account recent improvements to the city’s levee system.

Keeping Mosquitoes Away During Summer Nights

The Culex Tarsalis mosquito is one of 43 species of mosquitoes in South Dakota, and is the one that carries the West Nile virus.

Women s Status in South Daktoa

Local Business's Help Encourage Women To Take Steps Toward Equality

 A new study ranks South Dakota as the 8th worst state for women's employment and earnings.
The study also shows South Dakota lacking in other areas, such as leadership and opportunity.

A group of women are trying to change that and empower their community.

So Far, Zero Killed By Police In South Dakota

More than 650people have been killed by police since the start of 2015, according to a police violence website.  However, South Dakota is one of only three states to not have a single death related to police violence through early July.

Hundreds Of Customers Show Their Support For Josiah's Coffeehouse

A little bit of drama has brought a lot of business to Josiah's Coffeehouse in Sioux Falls.

'I can't be more proud': SF Parks & Rec After Lifeguard Saves Child

A 6-year-old girl is expected to be okay after nearly drowning at a Sioux Falls pool. The girl was saved Tuesday afternoon after a lifeguard performed CPR.

CDC Says USD Building Can Be Occupied, Recommends Changes

A crew from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says a University of South Dakota building that's been the source of health complaints from employees can be occupied.

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