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By Chris Dometsch Bloomberg News NEW YORK — Target, the secondlargest U.S. discount chain, faces almost two dozen lawsuits filed by customers after a computer security breach exposed data on 40 million debit and credit cards. Customers have filed complaints seeking group, or class-action, status for their suits in state and federal courts from the company’s home state of Minnesota to California and New York.
Sen. Larry Pressler, a Republican from South Dakota, emerged with clean hands, his reputation not only intact but enhanced.
By The Washington Post First, President Barack Obama’s Affordable Care Act forced millions to switch their insurance plans. Now, critics say, those people can’t keep their doctors, either. Another broken promise?
By Cory Allen Heidelberger Madville Times blog One more brick has fallen from the rather low wall of the legacy Mike Rounds built as governor. The December newsletter from the Governor’s Office of Economic Development announced the closure of the Made in South Dakota program. The program website will go offline Dec. 31. Launched in 2004 as part of Gov.
Hoy's 'most confusing' commercial makes list of 2013’s ‘Biggest Brand Fails.’
A Mitchell woman is accused of possessing cocaine earlier this month. Donna Moline, 30, was driving on North Main Street in the 1000 block when a police officer clocked her going 28 mph in a 20 mph zone.
A Mitchell woman is accused of stealing a vehicle earlier this month. Kayla Charging Hawk, 29, allegedly borrowed Rodney Bahm’s vehicle with the understanding she return it in about an hour. Bahm reported the vehicle stolen.
A Mitchell man is accused of dismantling heat pumps belonging to his landlord and selling the copper and other metal for scrap. Kelly Watts, 25, allegedly entered a detached garage on the property he rents from Reimnitz Properties. Landlord Boyd Reimnitz reported six or seven heat pumps destroyed for the copper and metal.
A Mitchell man is accused of punching and choking a woman earlier this month. Kellen Hinker, 53, is charged with aggravated domestic assault, which carries a maximum penalty of 15 years in prison and a $30,000 fine.
MOUNT VERNON — A Mount Vernon man was arrested earlier this month for allegedly punching his 5-year-old child in the head. According to court documents, Kip Gearey, 31, was arrested after officials at the Mount Vernon School reported they thought a child had been abused.