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Hunhoff: Blue Ribbon Committee Not Needed

South Dakota Governor Dennis Daugaard has proposed an extensive study of the school funding system in the state, with the blue ribbon panel delivering a report to next years legislature.

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South Dakota Agencies Owed Money

South Dakota legislators heard a presentation last week about the amount of money outstanding to state agencies, and some plans to collect it.

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Jimi Hendrix gets ‘animated’ for last interview

The audio clip of journalist Keith Altham's chat, which he recorded a week before Hendrix's death in 1970, has been given the cartoon treatment.

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‘Hibernating’ pet tarantulas stolen from crawlspace of house

Why would you want to steal five giant, scary spiders?

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Yankton Boys And Girls Club Asks For Financial Help

The Boys & Girls Club of Yankton is moving ahead with plans to build a new facility adjacent to the Yankton Middle School.

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Blue Ribbon Education Committee To Be Formed

As part of the ongoing debate over school funding, South Dakota Governor Dennis Daugaard announced he will set up a “Blue Ribbon Task Force on Education Funding.”

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Lawmaker seeks to ban chewing tobacco in baseball

MLB players would be banned from using chewing tobacco under the first bill in a nationwide campaign planned by anti-tobacco activists.

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Tuesday’s Sports Minute

A look at some of the big sports headlines making news today, Tuesday, Feb. 24.

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WATCH: Byron Jones shatters NFL combine record

The UConn cornerback delivered a performance for the ages, recording an astonishing 12-foot, 3-inch broad jump that set not only a combine record, but what appears to be a world record as well.

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Spring training warms up players, winter-weary fans

MLB training camps heat up this week, warming the hearts of fans suffering in the arctic chill of a brutal winter.

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FIFA wants to shorten the 2022 World Cup

A task force has recommended the Gulf state hosts a shorter tournament staged over cooler months.

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10 FOR TODAY: Tuesday, Feb. 24

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

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Chief Justice could again swing Obamacare case in government’s favor

Three years ago, Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts cast the tie-breaking vote in a ruling that saved President Barack Obama’s signature healthcare reform.

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VA Secretary apologizes for misstating military service

U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs Secretary Robert McDonald said he had served in the special forces when he had not.

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Justice Dept. asks for stay to allow immigration action

The Justice Department argued that halting action on immigration from taking effect threatens national security.

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‘American Horror Story’ star dies after car crash

The 34-year-old actor's head was clipped by a car's wing mirror while he was crossing a street on Feb. 19.

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The Warren/Kenny G ‘Regulate’ mashup is everything

'90s rap meets jazz in this incredible duet.

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How to properly quit a job

According to a fall 2014 report from the U.S. Department of Labor, more American workers are on the move than ever before.

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2015 Notable Deaths

A look at the notable people and celebrities we have lost this year.

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Hughes Tabbed Twins Ace

The Minnesota Twins have slotted Phil Hughes as their opening day starter.

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Housing Project Discussed

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A new housing development in Yankton is part of the planning process for economic development.

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Thune Opposes Net Neutrality Regulations

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The Federal Communications Commission will issue new rules to regulate the internet.

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Iowa’s Gas Tax to Increase

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Iowa’s gas tax is going up March 1st. Within the span of two-and-a-half hours, votes were taken in both the…

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Iowa Company Granted Drone Exemption for Precision Ag

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A north-central Iowa company is the first in the Midwest and one of only three nationwide to be granted a federal exemption to use drones for precision agriculture projects.

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Nebraska Poll Finds Residents Not Afraid of Hard Work

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The University of Nebraska - Lincoln Extension recently completed their 19th annual Rural Poll and a portion of that includes employment statistics.