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One Death in Legionnaires' Outbreak in Sioux Falls

  SIOUX FALLS, S.D. --- A Legionnaires' disease outbreak in Sioux Falls has infected 14 people so far, and claimed one life. Legionnaires' disease is a bacterial infection of the lungs. Health officials say the disease isn't new to the state,…

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Rapid City Residents Help Offset Homeless Shelter Budget

RAPID CITY, S.D. - Rapid City residents are answering a challenge laid down by their mayor. City budget cuts led to a $70,000 decrease in funding to the Cornerstone Rescue Mission homeless shelter. Mayor Steve Allender called on residents to…

Hearing on Kavanaugh allegations puts #MeToo to the test

WASHINGTON, D.C. (AP) - No matter what ultimately happens to Brett Kavanaugh and the women who accuse the Supreme Court nominee of sexual misconduct, the Senate hearing on the allegations will offer a test of the #MeToo movement. The movement…

US-China tensions spilling over into the military arena

WASHINGTON (AP) - A deterioration in U.S.-China relations, seen most dramatically in their trade dispute, is spilling over into the military arena. The Pentagon on Tuesday confirmed that China had canceled a Washington visit by the head of its navy,…

Report: Some overcharged due to troubled licensing system

ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) - A new state report says some drivers in Minnesota were overcharged for vehicle licensing transactions because of the troubled licensing and registration system. The review released Tuesday by the Legislative Auditor says its investigators found…

Tribal chairman: 'Struggle' over Keystone XL to begin soon

EAGLE BUTTE, S.D. (AP) - A Native American tribal chairman says a "struggle" will begin soon against the Keystone XL oil pipeline after the project developer started pre-construction work near the tribe's South Dakota reservation. Cheyenne River Sioux Chairman Harold…

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