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Shooting Suspect Asks to be Tried as Juvenile

PIERRE - A hearing is set for April to determine whether a 16-year-old Pierre youth should be tried as an adult on murder charges.

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Labor Department Helps Students Find Internships

PIERRE - The South Dakota Labor Department is encouraging college seniors and recent graduates to look for internships that provide training and can lead to permanent jobs.

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Legislature Passes Criminal Justice Reform Plan

PIERRE - The South Dakota Legislature has given final approval to a plan to cut the state's prison costs by treating more nonviolent offenders in community programs.

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Dakota Roots Website to Feature South Dakota Communities

PIERRE - A South Dakota website design to recruit out-of-state workers will be featuring various communities across the state.

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Bill Would Set Runoff 10 Weeks After Primary

PIERRE - A South Dakota legislative committee has endorsed a measure that would extend the time between primary elections and runoff elections.

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Gun Rights Rally Draws Crowd in Pierre

PIERRE - About 80 people gathered at South Dakota's state Capitol in Pierre on Saturday to show their support for gun rights.

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Budget-writing Committee has New Leadership

PIERRE - Lawmakers in Pierre are seeing some changes as the budget-writing committee takes on new leadership.

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Democrats Criticize Appointment to State Board

South Dakota Democrats have criticized Republican Gov. Dennis Daugaard's appointment of a man to a board that awards state economic development loans to businesses.

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Consultant Pitches Multipurpose Facility in Pierre

A consultant is recommending that the city of Pierre build a 40,000-square-foot multipurpose building to replace the old City Auditorium, which closed in April 2011 because of structural problems.

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Mickelson Trail Hosts Black Hills Snowshoe Hikes

The George S. Mickelson Trail in the Black Hills will host three snowshoe hikes this winter.

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