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SF Mayor: Movement To End Meth Starts With Our Youth

All week, Sioux Falls City Officials have been shining a light on meth addiction. On Friday, they ended the campaign by addressing the public. They say the conversation needs to begin with our youth and does not end this week.

Rapid City Children's Nonprofit Seeks Funding For Expansion

A nonprofit agency that for half a century has helped thousands of disadvantaged children and families throughout western South Dakota is eyeing its first major building expansion project in 15 years.

South Dakota Flu Vaccination Rate Tops Nation's

South Dakota's overall flu vaccination rate continues to be the highest in the nation for the third straight year.

Highway Patrol Holding Sobriety Checkpoints In 19 Counties

The agency says it will set up 23 checkpoints. The Highway Patrol conducts the checkpoints as a way to discourage people from drinking and driving.

South Dakota State Fair Attendance Up Slightly Over 2015

Attendance at this year's South Dakota State Fair was up slightly from 2015.

Poorly Discarded Cigarettes Suspected Of Starting Fire

Sioux Falls Fire Rescue responded to a reported fire at 613 South Edward Drive at around 1:30 a.m. Friday morning. Witnesses stated the garage was on fire and the house was filling with smoke.

Judge Sides With City In Lawsuit Filed To Stop Administration Building Funding

Judge Mark Salters has sided with the City in a lawsuit brought by "Stop the Funding" leaders Bruce Danielson and Kermit Staggers in an attempt to halt funding on a new city administration building in Sioux Falls.

Before And After: The Health Impacts of Meth

Don't even try it once. That's what health officials in Sioux Falls are begging of the public. They say the drug is highly addictive in nature and effects pretty much every aspect of the body.

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