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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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No New Sentencing Hearing for Prison Guard Killer Rodney Berget

A South Dakota judge has denied a new sentencing hearing for a man sentenced earlier to die for his role in killing a prison guard two years ago.

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Kent Gene Davidson of Mitchell Pleads Not Guilty to Murder, Manslaughter

A man accused of killing a Mitchell woman last month has pleaded not guilty to murder and manslaughter charges.

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Kent Davidson Indicted in Death of Crystal Schulz in Mitchell

A Brule County grand jury has indicted a Mitchell man in the death of a woman whose body was found in a farmstead shed near Chamberlain.

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Man Given 30 Years in Baseball Bat Beating Death

RAPID CITY - A 22-year-old South Dakota man has been sentenced to 30 years in prison for beating a sleeping man to death with a baseball bat on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation.

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Chicago Murder Suspect Waives Extradition from South Dakota

ABERDEEN - A man accused of murdering a woman in Chicago has waived extradition from South Dakota and voluntarily agreed to be returned to that city to face prosecution.

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Colorado Corrections Department Chief Shot, Killed at Home

MONUMENT, Colo. - The executive director of the Colorado Department of Corrections was shot and killed when he answered the front door of his house, and police are searching for the gunman and trying to figure out if it had anything to do with his position.

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Judge Sets Bond Restriction for Watertown Murder Suspect Jay Barse

WATERTOWN - A judge has ordered a South Dakota man accused in a child's death to have no contact with the child's mother and other relatives.

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Suspect in Yankton Killing Awaits Psych Evaluation

YANKTON - A man accused of assaulting and killing another man is waiting for a psychiatric evaluation before his case proceeds.

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Jay Barse of Watertown Facing Murder Charge in Death of Toddler

WATERTOWN - Authorities have filed a second-degree murder charge against a South Dakota man arrested for abusing a toddler who later died.

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