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South Dakota man accused of shooting trooper sentenced
A rural Kimball man will serve 30 years in prison for shooting and seriously wounding a South Dakota Highway Patrol officer during a standoff two years ago.
US Senate balks at taking up Obamacare repeal
If at first you don’t succeed, quit. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell says “Obamacare'' will stay in place after House Republicans failed to pass an alternative.
Trump signs order rolling back environmental efforts
With the stroke of a pen, President Donald Trump rolls back his predecessor's efforts on climate.
Gun rights advocates vow to resurrect permit repeal
Concealed carry repeal bill sponsor says “worst case” is that advocates have to wait for a new governor before they successfully shoot down permit requirement.
SDSM&T's Wilson has Senate confirmation hearing Thursday
School of Mines President Heather Wilson has been nominated to be the secretary of the Air Force by President Donald Trump.
Driver runs out of gas twice; second time in stolen patrol car
A driver called for help after running out of gas; then reportedly stole a deputy's squad car in South Dakota and lead police in a pursuit before once again running out of fuel.
Rain Contuing into the Afternoon
Some Fog Possible Tonight and Wednesday Morning.
Petitions can be circulated to legalize marijuana in South Dakota
Two initiated measures are in the works to legalize marijuana; one for medical reasons and the second for personal use.
Felony mug shots will soon be released in South Dakota
News outlets might soon be covering fewer of those suspect "perp walks" because of South Dakota's new mug shot law.
Pantry items you may need to replace
Spices lose flavor and intensity over time and your flour can go rancid. How often should you replace these items?