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Pine Ridge grandmother pleads not guilty in grandson's death
50 min 58 sec ago
Woman sentenced for accessory role in Sioux Falls homicide
52 min 53 sec ago
Forest chief opposes land swap for new South Dakota park
54 min 52 sec ago
Pierre teen detained after allegedly bringing gun to school
56 min 52 sec ago
Capitol flags to fly at half-staff to honor past lawmaker
1 hour 3 min ago
Springfield residents recovering from Labor Day wind storm
1 hour 4 min ago
Nebraska village known for alcohol problems gets broadband
1 hour 5 min ago
Augustana asking to have expelled student's lawsuit tossed
1 hour 9 min ago
Onlookers view a New Jersey Transit train that derailed and crashed through the station in Hoboken, New Jersey, U.S. in this picture courtesy of Chris Lantero taken September 29, 2016. Courtesy of Chris Lantero via REUTERS
At least one killed, more than 100 injured in New Jersey train crash
1 hour 54 min ago
September 28, 2016
From left, Dr. Mary Hess, President Amy Novak and Assistant Police Chief Mike Koster listens as LeRoy LaPlante Jr. talks during the McGovern Civic Engagement Forum "White Privilege in Small Town America" held in the Dakota Wesleyan University Sherman Center on Wednesday evening in Mitchell. (Matt Gade / Republic)
Speaker: Acknowledge racism exists
14 hours 29 min ago
Lawyers fight at state permit hearing about whether manure is health threat
17 hours 45 min ago
The Howard School District set up the Cornelius and Bertha Eide Scholarship after receiving a $1 million donation from Jim and Sharon Weinel. (Photo courtesy of the Howard School District)
Howard school given $1 million to use for student scholarships
18 hours 31 min ago
The Stickney ambulance service, in its five months of operation, has responded to approximately 12 calls, surpassing the number of calls Stickney EMTs responded to in all of 2015, according to Ambulance Director Cherie Sauvage. (Republic file photo.)
Stickney ambulance service 'stellar' in first five months
18 hours 42 min ago
Wagner community to recognize local National Guard unit
18 hours 45 min ago
U.S. Sens. Mike Rounds, left, and John Thune, right, both voted to override a presidential veto allowing the families of Sept. 11 attack victims to sue Saudi Arabia. In this file photo, Rounds and Thune speak at a forum during Dakotafest near Mitchell in August. (Daily Republic file photo)
S.D. congressional delegation votes to override Obama's veto of 9/11 victims bill
18 hours 45 min ago
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