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NCBA And PLC Ask Feds To Withdraw Waters Of The U.S. Rule

Tuesday, the National Cattlemen’s Beef Association along with the Public Lands Council filed comments on EPA and The Army Corps…


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John Ritter’s son channels his dad in new sitcom

The beloved "Three's Company" star died in 2003 when son Tyler was just 18. Now he is following in his father's footsteps.


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Spurs edge Mavs to open title defense

The San Antonio Spurs raised their championship banner, then elevated their game when it mattered.


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‘Mr. Hockey’ Gordy Howe suffers stroke

Howe, a 23-time All-Star who led Detroit to four Stanley Cup championships, retired in 1980.


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NFU Sees No Problem With Delay Of COOL Appeal

This week, Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack said the administration won’t likely appeal the WTO ruling against U.S. Country of Origin…


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Royals force deciding game 7

The Kansas City Royals woke from their hitting slumber to rout the San Francisco Giants 10-0.


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Haunted houses for adults in high demand

With Hollywood-grade stagecraft and professional actors, haunted houses are in increasingly popular with grownups.

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Nebraska Farm Bureau Concerned At Fish And Wildlife Rule

The Nebraska Farm Bureau has submitted comments to the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service on a proposed rule that would…


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Regulators to vote on treating Internet TV like cable

Internet TV could soon have the same access to programming as cable providers, which could shake up competition.

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SDSU Researchers Working On PED And Other Pork Viruses

New Porcine Epidemic Diarrhea research conducted at SDSU’s Animal Disease Research and Diagnostic Lab is helping pork producers in dealing…


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WATCH: NASA rocket explodes after liftoff

An unmanned supply rocket carrying $200 million in supplies and research exploded shortly after lifting off in Virginia.


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Kerry wants Keystone pipeline decision soon

U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry says he would like to make a decision soon on the crude oil pipeline.


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Obama defends U.S. Ebola guidelines

President Barack Obama says policies should not discourage Americans willing to fight West Africa's outbreak.


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‘Thriller’ in 20 different styles

Just in time for Halloween, this creepy Michael Jackson classic is redone in 20 completely different styles.


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Royals Force Game Seven

There will be one more game to complete the 2014 baseball season and crown a World Series champion.

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South Dakota Begins Playoffs

The first round of high school football playoffs in South Dakota began Tuesday night with games in five of the seven classes.


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Huskers Get Respect

The college football playoff committee's first poll is out and Nebraska has more respect from them than the Associated Press.


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Rubio, T-Wolves Ready For Season

Ricky Rubio has put together a strong preseason as the deadline for extending his contract nears.


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GPAC Rewards Best

Weekly awards for volleyball and soccer were announced by the Great Plains Athletic Conference Tuesday.

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Twins Prospect Hurt

The Minnesota Twins' top pick in the 2011 draft has dislocated a finger while diving for a ball in the Arizona Fall League.

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State Autism Report Shows Holes in Coverage Options

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A report of South Dakota's treatments, coverage, and providers for children with autism shows that there could be more options.

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South Dakota Highway Patrol Stepping Up for Holiday

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More troopers will be on the roads this holiday weekend.

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Farm Credit Helping Producers Make Sense of Farm Bill


A meeting will be held for ag producers to learn about the changes that are required within the new Farm Bill.

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South Dakota Students Donate 30,000 Pounds of Food


Through their fall service project, schools across the state donated over 30,000 pounds of food just in time for the holidays.

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Holiday Fire Hazards To Watch Out For

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Christmas trees, candles, and more cooking means there will be a lot of heat, electricity, and fire potential in homes this season.