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Jacks Win Showdown

The Jackrabbits have earned bragging rights in South Dakota football.


SDSU Runner Sets Jackrabbit Mark

The SDSU men’s cross country team made history on Friday afternoon as Trent Lusignan qualified as the first Jackrabbit to make the NCAA D-I Cross Country Championships.

Showdown At The Dome

State bragging rights will be on the line Saturday as South Dakota State travels to South Dakota for a key Missouri Valley Football Conference matchup


Vikings Head West

The Vikings head west to take on the NFC-leading Seattle Seahawks on Sunday at CenturyLink Field.

Montana Ends Frost Arena Streak

South Dakota State had the longest D-1 home win streak in the country snapped Thursday.

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Titles Decided In South Dakota

Three state championship crowns were earned Thursday in South Dakota high school football playoff action at the Dakota Dome.


Iowa Playoffs Continue

The pairings have been set for a pair of title games next week after semifinal round action Thursday in two Iowa high school football classes.


Cyclones Top USD Women

No. 18 Iowa State outscored the South Dakota women’s basketball team 31-15 over the final 8 minutes, 30 seconds to top the Coyotes 88-72 on Wednesday night at Hilton Coliseum.

Jackrabbit Men, Women Add Recruits

Both the South Dakota State University men’s and women’s basketball teams added four recruits on Wednesday.


Coyote Women Sign Nebraskan

South Dakota women’s basketball coach Amy Williams has announced the signing of Kate Liveringhouse of Bellevue West High School (Neb.) to a National Letter of Intent.

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Avoid Sharing the Flu

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If you've been sick and get up ready to head out to a family Thanksgiving celebration, you might want to think about staying home.

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Nebraska Governor Pete Ricketts; Change Refugee Policy


Nebraska Governor Pete Ricketts is sticking with his call for the country to halt any acceptance of Syrian refugees until the process can be completely vetted.

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One Killed in Two Vehicle Accident West of Wolsey

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One person was killed and another injured in a two-vehicle crash that occurred Thursday morning, eight miles west of Wolsey, S.D.

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Snow Plow Crews Ready in North East Nebraska

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With snow forecast across central and eastern Nebraska, the snow moving equipment is ready.