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Attorney Says State Wants $15K for EB-5 Records

RAPID CITY, S.D. (AP) – A Sioux Falls attorney says the state Board of Regents wants to charge him more than $15,000 to look for documents related to the federal EB-5 investment-for-green-cards program. Steven Sandven tells the Rapid City Journal that the state has already charged him more than $4,000 for records from the...
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SD House Advances Bill on Immigrant Prenatal Care

PIERRE, S.D. (AP) – After a vigorous debate, the South Dakota House has passed a bill to provide prenatal health care for low-income women who are in the country illegally. Legislators have voted 46-22 to pass the bill. The Senate will review it next. Opponents of the bill say it will make South Dakota...
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SD Lawmakers Endorse Hearing on Development Agency

PIERRE, S.D. (AP) – The South Dakota Legislature has given final approval to a measure that calls for hearings to investigate the state’s economic development agency, including its involvement in issues related to the financing of a failed beef packing plant. The Senate voted 33-1 to approve a resolution urging the investigation. The House...
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Edmunds County Fatal Crash

IPSWICH, S.D. –  (SD Dept Public Safety) A Minnesota teen died in a one-vehicle crash on 125th Street about one-half mile west of S.D. Highway 45 northeast of Ipswich on Monday, Feb. 10. Vannah Decker, 15, of Gibbon, Minn., was the passenger in a 2000 GMC Jimmy driven by Janos Stahl, 17, of Ipswich. The...
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