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Teenager Avoids Becoming Kidnap Victim in Sioux Falls

A 17-year-old girl from Sioux Falls apparently avoided becoming a kidnapping victim just before 11:00 a.m. Monday morning as she walked to work.

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Events Surprise Us Again

By now you've probably heard or read about the arrests of ten people in South Dakota through a federal investigation known as "Operation Black Widow."

Eight of the defendants are from Watertown, one is from Sioux Falls and

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Rodney Berget Sentenced to Death for Killing Prison Guard

In an interview on KSOO's Viewpoint University, South Dakota Attorney General Marty Jackley said that a judge has sentenced Rodney Berget to death again for his part in the death of a prison guard.

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Work Release Inmate Henry Anfinson Found Not Guilty of Rape

A jury has cleared a South Dakota man accused of raping a woman while out of prison on work release.

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$50,000 Bond Set for Maykel Correoso in Aberdeen Jewelry Theft

Bond has been set at $50,000 for a man accused of stealing an expensive bracelet from an Aberdeen jewelry store.

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Jury Trial Starts for Inmate Henry Ricky Anfinson, Accused of Rape

A jury trial is underway for a work-release inmate accused of raping the girlfriend of a former cellmate.

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Jonathan Constantine of Piedmont Charged with Threatening Senator Tim Johnson

A South Dakota man accused of threatening U.S. Senator Tim Johnson because the senator supports gun control has been taken into custody.

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Man Facing Charges After Break-in, Police Chase

A Pierre man is facing felony charges after he allegedly stole money from a club and led police officers on a chase.

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Chris Miller of Scotland Plans to Appeal Murder Conviction

A South Dakota man sentenced to life in prison for causing the death of his infant son plans to appeal his conviction on second-degree murder and aggravated assault convictions.

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South Dakota Official Studies Court Ruling on DUI Tests

South Dakota Attorney General Marty Jackley says his office is reviewing a U.S. Supreme Court ruling to determine if it will have any effect on the state's law regarding blood tests for people suspected of drunken driving.

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