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Miracles on a Little Field: Canaries Players Help Miracle League

The Canaries teamed up with nearly two dozen pint-sized baseball players of the Sioux Falls Miracle League.

Killing More Than Pain, Opioid Painkiller Addiction

It often starts with an injury in a car accident, a migraine headache, or a painful medical condition. Our doctor prescribes a pain killer to get us through the worst of the pain. It's from our doctor, so it must be safe right?
But take those pills for two full weeks and you could already be both physically and…

Stolen Firearms Creating Concerns

It's a trend Lt. David McIntire said doesn't take a professional thief to accomplish but more so due to opportunity crimes.

Sioux Falls Chamber President To Retire At The End Of The Year

The president of the Sioux Falls Area Chamber of Commerce, Evan Nolte announced his retirement Thursday.

New Technology Creates A 360 View Of Augie's Graduation

It started with the go pro, and then a drone. Now, the latest video fad is a 360 camera.

One local university tapped into the new technology giving students and parents a virtual view of a monumental life event.

Hillary Clinton Campaign Office Opens

The campaign for democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton opened a field office in Sioux Falls today.

Democratic congressional candidate Paula Hawks and former Texas State Senator Wendy Davis urged voters to support Clinton at today's opening.

Mixed-Use Parking Ramp Project In Downtown SF Far From Dead

Last year, the city announced that it had chosen private developers to design and construct a mixed-use parking ramp in downtown Sioux Falls. With higher than expected costs, the plan fell through, but that doesn't mean the project is dead.

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