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in Entertainment

Judd Nelson isn’t dead

"The Breakfast Club" star is very much alive ... which is more than we can say for his career.

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in Entertainment, Sports

The only guy who could make The Rock look small

Former WWE star-turned-actor Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson met what is most likely the only person on the planet that could make him look tiny.

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in National

Fight for Senate control may not end on Election Day

With a dozen or so tight races, any state could wind up deciding whether Republicans or Democrats control the Senate.

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in Viral Videos

OK Go rides unicycles in newest music video

OK Go outdoes themselves again with the newest music video "I Won't Let You Down."

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in Music

Grammys shake up nominations announcement

Nominees will be announced on Dec. 5, except those vying for the top award, album of the year.

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in National

Boy, 5, to be tested for Ebola

A boy who arrived from Guinea will be tested for Ebola in New York, while a nurse held in quarantine will be allowed to go home.

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in Weird

You won’t believe where $70K was stashed

Officials say they arrested a woman carrying more than $70,000 in her stomach.

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in Sports

South African prosecutors appeal Pistorius sentence

The state will appeal the five-year jail sentence handed down last week.

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in Music, Sports, Viral Videos

Aaron Lewis apologizes for National Anthem screw up

WATCH: The country star stumbles over the "Star-Spangled Banner."

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in Weird

Robber’s remorseful return isn’t good enough

A man who robbed a gas station came back hours later to apologize and return the money, but that didn't keep him out of jail.

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in National

Obama plans executive actions to strengthen manufacturing

A series of executive actions aim to strengthen advanced manufacturing, including a $300 million investment to boost industrial competitiveness.

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in National, World

Last international forces airlifted from key base in Afghanistan

A fleet of planes and helicopters airlifted the last U.S. and British forces from a key southern province.

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in Sports

Monday’s Sports Minute

A look at some of the big sports stories making headlines today, Monday, Oct. 27.

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in Entertainment, Sports

Robin Williams’ children throw out first pitch

The "Mrs. Doubtfire" star and loyal Giants fan was remembered in a touching pre-game ceremony.

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in Entertainment

‘Welcome Back, Kotter’ star dead at 66

Marcia Strassman appeared in a number of '70s sitcoms as well as the film, "Honey, I Shrunk the Kids."

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in Sports

Bumgarner shines as Giants stride toward glory

Madison Bumgarner proved his big-game brilliance with a shutout of the Royals that put him into the Fall Classic record books.

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in Agriculture

Senators And Ag Leaders Want Intrepretive Rule Thrown Out

Senate Ag Committee Republicans including South Dakota’s John Thune are asking EPA to withdraw its so called interpretive rule that…

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in Entertainment

‘Ouija’ spells success at the box office

The horror film inspired by the board said to contact the dead, haunted the top of movie charts, collecting $20 million.

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in Local

Nelson Travels For Workforce Ideas

Yankton City Manager Amy Nelson was on the road last week, visiting towns and businesses in northeast South Dakota to get some ideas on workforce development and housing.

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in Sports

Roethlisberger, Brady enjoy vintage performances

The Steelers snapped the Colt's five-game winning streak with a hugely entertaining 51-34 victory.

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in Local

Water Management Policy is the Focus in Pierre Today

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The Regional Watershed Advisory Task Force of the South Dakota legislature is meeting to discuss water management policy.

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Prison Delays May Cause Legal Action

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Iowa’s top prison official says legal action is likely against the designers blamed for months of delays in opening a new state prison.

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Officials Say Power Transmission Line Would be Good For Nebraska

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Officials say the high-voltage electrical transmission line that's proposed to cut through 220 miles of Nebraska's Sand Hills region is designed to have a positive impact on the entire state's power infrastructure.

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Ricketts To Offer Fresh Perspective On Corrections

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Governor-elect Pete Ricketts promises to bring a fresh perspective to the prison problem in Nebraska.

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Rail Board Busy

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With one major rail construction project on the board and several more possibilities, the South Dakota State Rail Board has become quite active.