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Bodies ‘left behind’ in funeral home finally buried

Several decomposed bodies and remains left unattended by a Providence funeral home have been laid to rest.

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U.S. pediatricians oppose legal pot

Despite some states allowing recreational and medical use of marijuana, pediatricians say the substance should remain – for the most part – illegal.

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in Sports

Monday’s Sports Minute

A look at some of the big sports stories making headlines today, Monday, Jan. 26.

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in Music

Courtney Love reunites with daughter at Kurt Cobain documentary premiere

"Kurt Cobain: Montage of Heck," was produced by his 22-year-old daughter, Frances.

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in Agriculture

RMA Official Says APH Yield Exclusion A Big Change

The new farm bill provide some new crop insurance options that will benefit farmers. Mike Alston is Associate Administrator with…

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in Agriculture

South Dakota Senator Wants WOTUS Withdrawn

Next month, Congress will be taking a look at a proposed rule by EPA that many lawmakers oppose. The February…

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Thune: Climate Change Cures Worse Than Problems

During his State of the Union speech, President Obama pointed to climate change as the “greatest threat to the future,” due to increasing temperatures and sea levels.

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Holiday Gave Boost To South Dakota Retailers

It looks like holiday shopping gave South Dakota retailers a small boost at the end of last year.

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in Entertainment, Sports, Viral Videos

WATCH: Leaked Super Bowl commercials

A 30-second commercial on Super Sunday will cost $4.5 million, but will it be money well spent?

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Sturgeon Found On Missouri River

The discovery of two small fish in the lower Missouri River is big news for researchers and wildlife officials all along the river.

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Tavares scores 4 as Team Toews wins NHL All-Star game.

John Tavares tied an NHL All-Star Game record in a 17-12 triumph over Team Foligno on Sunday.

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in National, World

Obama, new Saudi king discuss ISIS, Yemen

President Barack Obama and new Saudi Arabia King Salman are expected to discuss shared concerns during their first formal meeting on Tuesday.

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in Agriculture

Biodiesel Group Wants RFS Finalized And Tax Reform Passed

National Biodiesel Board leaders are focusing on priorities coming out of last week’s annual conference held in Fort Worth, Texas.…

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Former FSA Director Advices Farmers On New Farm Bill

Farmers are getting a better sense of the new programs in the farm bill that will work best for their…

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PHOTOS: 2015 NFL Pro Bowl

Football's biggest stars took the field for the annual Pro Bowl matchup on Sunday.

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Ryan gamble pays off as Team Irvin wins Pro Bowl

Matt Ryan threw the winning score on a fourth down to give Team Irvin a dramatic 32-28 victory over Team Carter.

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in Agriculture

Turkey Group Reviewing Food Safety Proposal

USDA’s Food, Safety and Inspection Service has proposed new federal rules to reduce Salmonella and Campylobacter in poultry products. Minnesota…

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in Sports

Hall of Famer Ernie ‘Mr. Cub’ Banks dead at 83

The pioneering and famously affable slugger was hailed by the team for which he played 19 seasons as "the greatest Cub in franchise history."

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Boehner says fixing infrastructure ‘critically important’

The top House Republican says Congress is looking at options to pay for repairs to America's highways and bridges.

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‘Birdman’ wins big at SAG Awards in march toward Oscars

The satirical film won top honors from Hollywood's actors in an important show of support for its march toward the best picture Oscar.

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Human Trafficking Bills Have Congressional Support

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Several bills have been passed in the U.S. House to address human trafficking.

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Iowa Unemployment Drops

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The state unemployment rate in Iowa dropped in December, and a spokesperson for Iowa Workforce Development says the state is getting close to "full employment."

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Bill Seeks To Prevent Wage Theft

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Four Iowans who say they've been the victims of wage theft testified at the statehouse Tuesday, part of an effort by Senate Democrats to build support for a bill that would require businesses to provide employees with a written record of how they're to be paid.

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Nebraska Concerned About Possible Measles Outbreak

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Nebraska health officials express concern that a measles outbrak that began in Disneyland could spread throughout the country.

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Resolution Would Demand End To US Department Of Education

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The South Dakota House debated a resolution yesterday calling for the abolition of the US Department of Education.