No foul play in the May deaths of Juan Lamont, Tevin Tyon, and Tyrell Wilson

SIOUX FALLS S.D. – United States Attorney Randolph J. Seiler, the Rapid City Office of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, the Pine Ridge office of the Bureau of Indian Affairs-Office of Justice Services, and the Oglala Sioux Tribe Department of Public Safety have announced their findings following an extensive investigation into the recent disappearance...
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Onetime Miller Pastor Accused in Sex Sting Pleads Guilty

PIERRE, S.D. (AP) – A onetime pastor in Miller has pleaded guilty to trying to solicit sex from someone he thought was a teenage girl. Joseph Raleigh is charged in federal court with attempted trafficking of a minor girl for commercial sex. It carries a maximum penalty of 20 years in prison. The plea...
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Pierre Outdoor Pool Re-opens Today (Friday July 8th) at 1PM

PIERRE S.D. – The City of Pierre Outdoor Pool had experienced a water main break over the 4th of July weekend and was closed until repairs were made and the pool was safe for swimmers. Mindy Cheap City Recreation Director says the Pierre Outdoor Pool will be reopened today 7/8 at 1:00pm and be open regular...
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Benefit for Transit Driver in Pierre

PIERRE S.D. – Dave McFarling of Pierre is an overnight driver for River Cities Public Transit and has had some health problems this past year and River Cities Public Transit is hosting a benefit to help him with medical expenses. A single elimination Corn Hole Tournament will be held at 7 pm. July 13th,...
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