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Teachers, substitute teachers and school workers in the state are no longer eligible for unemployment effective June 1, the South Dakota Department of Labor and... [Read More]
More than 17,000 people were expected to have used absentee ballots in this year's city and school district combined election in Sioux Falls, said... [Read More]
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This morning at 10 the City of Sioux Falls and the Minnehaha County Auditor's Office began processing absentee ballots from the June 2 combined City... [Read More]
Coronavirus pandemic numbers are improving overall in the state but it's not time to abandon practices that led to improvement, two South Dakota Department of... [Read More]
Although there are no planned organized protests or similar for tonight in Sioux Falls, the city's police chief Matt Burns said this morning that his... [Read More]
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Sioux Falls Police are still gathering information but as of this morning at least 10 businesses were damaged or had robberies during the civil unrest... [Read More]
Sioux Falls Mayor Paul TenHaken said this morning that the violence, vandalism and looting Sunday night was "one of the darkest days in the history... [Read More]
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The sound of a backhoe could be heard as Cole Mayer talked from inside his apartment Friday morning in the Midway neighborhood of St. Paul,... [Read More]
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Protests in Minneapolis and St. Paul started Tuesday after the Memorial Day death of George Floyd, a African American who died in Minneapolis Police custody. [Read More]
The public has been encouraged to wash its hands during the coronavirus pandemic but since the pandemic hit, it's a lack of rain and not... [Read More]
The hydroxychloroquine study being conducted by Sanford Health, Avera Health and Monument Health is different than research completed in New York, a health official sai…... [Read More]
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