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PREMIER Panel Issue Continues, City Decides To Sue

It's been a year since the Denny Sanford PREMIER center opened it's doors in Sioux Falls, but still the problems with the bulging panels on the outside of the building have not been resolved. Now the city had decided to sue.

Yankton Search Leads To Shooting

The search for 19-year-old Trae Allen Angel lasted over an hour according to witnesses.

Rapid City Authorities Say They're Aware Of Banditos Motorcycle Gang Gathering

Law enforcement authorities in western South Dakota are preparing for a meeting this weekend by members of a motorcycle gang, but aren't expecting major problems.

Nebraska Nursing Home For Native Americans To Open Next Year

A Nebraska nursing home located on the border with South Dakota's Pine Ridge Indian Reservation will begin accepting Native American residents next year to ease a severe care shortage in one of the nation's poorest regions.

Angel Charged In Officer Shooting Incident

South Dakota Attorney General Marty Jackley along with Yankton County States Attorney Rob Klimisch confirm that a criminal complaint has been filed charging 19 year old Trae Allen Angel, of Yankton, with for 4 counts of attempted murder, 4 counts of aggravated assault against a law enforcement officer, and 1 count of…

SF School Board Members Tour New Elementary School

Susan B. Anthony will accommodate students from both Mark Twain and Longfellow elementary schools.

Public Retirement System Mulling New Plan For Future Workers

During the upcoming legislative session, state lawmakers could weigh a new retirement plan for future public employees that includes a two-year increase in the normal retirement age to 67 for many new workers.

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