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Former ‘American Idol’ contestant Joanne Borgella dead

The singer/model passed away on Saturday, a year she was diagnosed with endometrial cancer.

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Human remains found in search for missing UVa. student

Searchers looking for Hannah Graham found human remains in a rural area, five weeks after she was last seen.

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This weekend in entertainment history

A look back at the Hollywood headlines that made history.

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Drop In Oil Prices Reflected In Gas Prices

Dropping oil prices are partly responsible for a drop of prices at the gas pump.

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Wounded Police Officer Out Of Hospital

The Sioux City police officer who was shot in the chin earlier this month by a suicidal man is out of the hospital.

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Many Taxes On Your Cell Phone Bill

When was the last time you really looked at your cell phone bill?

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Heineman Willing To Testify

Nebraska Governor Dave Heineman says he will appear willingly before a legislative committee investigating the miscalculation of prison sentences. Heineman…

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Making headlines this week

A look back on the week's biggest newsmakers and the stories you might have missed.

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This week’s top sports shots

A look at some of this week's best moments in sports.

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This weekend’s sports schedule

A complete look at this weekend's sports schedule.

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Halloween is getting scary expensive

We're going to shell out a record amount on costumes, candy, and all things Halloween this year

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VW recalls Jettas, Beetles

Volkswagen is recalling more than 1 million cars worldwide.

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U.S. to recognize gay marriages performed in 7 more states

The Supreme Court paved the way for gays and lesbians to get married in a handful of additional states.

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Prosecutor wants Pistorius to serve 10 years

Prosecutors want the Olympic star to be jailed for at least 10 years for killing his girlfriend on Valentine's Day.

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Obama to appoint Ebola czar to coordinate U.S. response

The administration is facing sharp criticism over its efforts to contain the disease at home.

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Yankton Habitat for Humanity Looking for Volunteers

"A Brush with Kindness" is a program by the Yankton Habitat for Humanity that needs volunteers for minor home repairs and painting.

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Pheasant Opener This Saturday

South Dakota's pheasant season begins Saturday, and the Department of Game, Fish and Parks is optimistic.

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Recruiting Education Majors Becoming a Priority

The University of South Dakota is changing how they teach college students majoring in education and boosting recruiting efforts.

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in Lifestyle

Facebook launches ‘Safety Check’

The world's largest online community will let users update family and friends about their status after bad situations.

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Michigan funeral home offers ‘drive-thru’ option

Mourners can pay their last respects on the go.

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Committee Proposes Changes To Liquor Taxes

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An interim South Dakota Legislative committee has agreed to a package of bills dealing with alcohol tax changes.

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Pressler Weighs In On Ebola

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Former South Dakota Senator and current independent Senate candidate Larry Pressler disagrees with the Obama Administration on their handling of the ebola outbreak.

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Expanded Gambling On South Dakota Ballot

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Voters in South Dakota next month will be deciding on expanded gaming for the casinos in Deadwood.

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Time To Think About Winter

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Despite the nice fall weather, it is time to think about the onset of winter…..at some point.

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Farmer Dies In Combine Accident, Neighbors Respond

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A northwest Iowa farmer died Friday evening in a combine accident on a gravel road and the next morning over three dozen of his neighbors showed up for work in Gene Sitzmann's field.