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Religious Leaders Speak Out on Supreme Court Ruling

"Certainly it may have an impact on faithful Catholics who try to live out their faith and may be put in circumstances that may ask them to compromise their beliefs," said Bishop Paul J. Swain.

'After seeing the footage, I think he felt bad': SculptureWalk Vandal Turns Himself In

Nearly a month after a sculpture in downtown Sioux Falls was vandalized and another stolen, the suspect has been caught. Police say after seeing himself on T.V., the 24-year-old Sioux Falls man turned himself in.

Officials Stress Water Safety After Recent Drownings

Two people drowned in eastern South Dakota within just two days of each other. First, a 22-year-old man who tried to swim across the Flandreau Dam on Friday, then a nine-year-old girl who was swimming in the Missouri River Sunday.

Man Seriously Injured After Jumping Off Cliff At Hippie Hole

A man seriously injured a leg and foot after jumping off a cliff at a popular swimming area in western South Dakota and failing to clear the rocks below.

Sen. Thune Has Good News For South Dakota Farmers Before Harvest

South Dakota’s agriculture industry is facing a number of challenges with the rail network. But recent legislation may be getting the $25.6 billion industry back on track.

After Marriage Ruling, Activists Turn To Other Protections

After a weekend of celebration, gay rights advocates in South Dakota say they need to turn their attention to other issues affecting their community but opponents warn they'll resist any affront to their religious liberties.

In Reversal, SD Board Would Keep Harney Peak Name

A South Dakota board has reversed itself and recommended that Harney Peak not be renamed even though some American Indians may find it offensive.

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