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I-29 reopened near Tea; stretch of I-90 closed

SIOUX FALLS (AP) -- The South Dakota Highway Patrol says Interstate 29 south of Sioux Falls is open again to traffic, after utility crews removed a power line downed by the powerful ice and snow storm hitting the state.

SIOUX FALLS (AP) -- The South Dakota Highway Patrol says Interstate 29 south of Sioux Falls is open again to traffic, after utility crews removed a power line downed by the powerful ice and snow storm hitting the state.

Traffic had been rerouted around a 2-mile stretch of I-29 near Tea for much of Wednesday because of the downed line.

Interstate 90 remains closed between Chamberlain and Mitchell.

No travel is advised in much of eastern South Dakota.

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