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Senator says it’s time to change the face of money

A campaign to put a female face on the $20 bill is gaining momentum.

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Ryan Gosling to star in ‘Blade Runner’ sequel

The "Drive" star is poised to team up with Harrison Ford, who will be reprising his Rick Deckard character.

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Red Cross Takes Fire Prevention To Homes

The American Red Cross recently made a few house calls in Yankton.

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Search On For Teachers

Schools districts across South Dakota are scrambling now to find teachers for the start of school later this summer.

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Tech Schools Could Move To A New System

Voters in South Dakota will decide on a constitutional amendment next year that would move the four state technical institutes to a state wide board similar to the Board of Regents.

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Federal Budget Process Continues

Congress will soon attempt to do what has not been done for several years, and that is work out a formal federal budget.

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NBA sets attendance mark

The NBA heads into the post-season on the heels of a record year in attendance.

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Michels: Too Early To Think About Governors Race

South Dakota Governor Dennis Daugaard is term limited, so the race for the top spot will be wide open in 2018.

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Harrison Ford thrills ‘Star Wars’ fans with trailer appearance

The new trailer is the first clip of Ford as Han Solo in 30 years.

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Kentucky Derby: Bring your hat, leave your selfie stick at home

The venerable race track has banned the obtrusive poles, saying they're a safety issue.

British musicians Ozzy Osbourne of Black Sabbath, arrives at the Classic Rock Roll of Honour awards 2013 at the Camden Roundhouse in north London, Thursday, Nov. 14, 2013.

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Ozzy Osbourne isn’t apologizing to Bill Ward

The Black Sabbath frontman refuses to say sorry to the band's former drummer.

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Aaron Hernandez’s mom: I shared bond with victim’s mother

The mother of the former New England Patriots star says she shares a bond with the mother of the man her son was convicted of killing

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Oprah, Lee Daniels to honor African-American TV

The event will recognise milestones such as the 50th anniversary of the Voting Rights Act, and the 35th anniversary of the launch of BET.

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Friday’s Sports Minute

A look at some of the big sports stories making headlines today, Friday, April 17.

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Anna Kendrick adding author to her resumé

Her first book is due out next year.

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Parents of marathon victim say take death penalty off table

The parents of the youngest victim of the marathon bombing urged authorities to take the death penalty off the table.

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Google goes more mobile

The company is tweaking its formula for helping people find things — based on how they search.

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Appeals court to take up Obama’s immigration action

Judges will consider whether to lift a temporary hold on President Barack Obama's executive action seeking to shield millions of immigrants from deportation.

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Judge gets first chance to vet new NCAA head injury deal

A U.S judge will soon get his first chance to scrutinize a reworked deal in a class-action, head-injury lawsuit against the NCAA.

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Trade-off: Deal splits Democrats between business, labor

A difficult bipartisan agreement over global U.S. trade policy is turning into a bitter battle among Democrats.

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Utility Frustrated With River Nitrate Management

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Iowa’s largest water utility is restarting special equipment to remove nitrates from the water it uses from the Des Moines and Raccoon Rivers to its customers.

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Nebraska Governor Not to Support Death Penalty Repeal

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Governor Pete Ricketts finds himself at odds with the legislature after a week in which the Unicameral passed a number of crime bills.

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Sioux City Teens Hospitalized, One Dead After Smoking Synthetic Drug

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A Sioux City teenager died and three others were hospitalized after police say they became ill while smoking a synthetic drug.

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Nebraska Legislators Debate Death Penalty Repeal

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Nebraska legislators have given preliminary approval to a bill to do away with the death penalty.

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Health Checks Part Of Safety Precautions

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When it comes to safety preparedness, most people think about smoke alarms, disaster kits, and escape plans.