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10 FOR TODAY: Tuesday, Oct. 27

Your daily look at the stories that will be talked about today.


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Torii To Hang It Up

Minnesota Twins right fielder Torii Hunter has decided to retire.


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Target Field Gets Facelift

The Minnesota Twins have planned the most extensive renovation yet for Target Field next year, with an all-inclusive club section behind center field and a pub one level above it.


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Vikings Battle Injuries

Minnesota Vikings center John Sullivan has undergone a second surgery on his back, putting his return to the field this season in doubt.


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GPAC Names Weekly Best

A pair of Dakota Wesleyan players are among the honorees this week in football for the Great Plains Athletic Conference.

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Jacks Slip In Polls

South Dakota State's loss to Northern Iowa Saturday has cost the Jacks a spot in the top ten in both FCS national football polls.


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Today in entertainment history: Oct. 27

A look at the Hollywood headlines that made history.

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Iowa Losing a Billion Dollars of Topsoil Every Year

The director of the Iowa Water Center says the state's farmers are losing more than one-BILLION dollars a year in revenue due to soil erosion.


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Iowa Suicide Prevention Plan Sets Goals

State health officials in Iowa are launching a suicide prevention plan which aims to reduce the number of self-inflicted deaths statewide ten-percent by the year 2018.


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Boycott Attempt on Donald Trump at Sioux City West

Latino activists in Sioux City are gathering signatures to protest Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump's upcoming appearance at a local school.

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Development Moving at Napa Junction

The finances are being put in place for the first phase of a possible industrial rail park at the Napa junction in western Yankton County.

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Business Incentives Still Important to Development Plans

Workforce and business development were two of the big topics at the Tri State Governors Conference last week in South Sioux City.

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SD Congresswoman Kristi Noem; Republicans Continue Push to End ACA

The US House included a measure to defund many parts of the Affordable Care Act in a budget reconciliation bill that was passed on Friday.

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Cancer Risk of Red and Processed Meats Inconclusive

A World Health Organization report says red and processed meat have the potential to cause cancer in humans. The determination…

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Subway Phasing Out All Antibiotic Use in Livestock

Last week, Subway announced it is phasing out the use of antibiotics in meat served in its 27,000 U.S. restaurants…

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NE Farmers Note Change in State Law to Protect Grain Interest

Nebraska farmers need to be aware of recent changes in state law regarding how they need to protect their interests…

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New Speaker Could Help Move Ag Legislation

The expected new House Speaker, Wisconsin Congressman Paul Ryan could help move some key legislation important to agriculture. Ryan backs…

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Sioux Center Iowa Recovering from Double Outage

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Power has now been restored to all parts of Sioux Center after an electrical substation blew up early Saturday morning, leaving half the town of 75-hundred without electricity.

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Iowa Clergy Ask Governor Branstad to Re-think Refugee Policy

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A group of Iowa clergy has delivered a letter to Governor Terry Branstad, saying they're praying he will "reject fear and cruelty" and welcome Syrian refugees into the state.

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Yankton City Commission Approves Addition to Water Plant Contract

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The Yankton City Commission approved an additional four hundred twenty thousand dollar contract for design updates on the new water treatment plant.

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No Major Travel Disruptions Expected for Thanksgiving


While it looks like we may see some precipitation later this week, it should not be a big disruption for Thanksgiving plans.

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Insurance Co-op Failures Predictable Under ACA

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Nebraska Congressman Adrian Smith says something must be done in wake of the collapse of health care CO-OPs under the Affordable Care Act.