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Forest Service proposal would require photo permits

A proposed regulation would require professional photographers and filmmakers to obtain a permit to photograph national forests and parks.

South Dakota's infant mortality rate drops in 2013

PIERRE, S.D. (AP) — South Dakota's infant mortality rate dropped last year but there were more deaths attributed to Sudden Infant Death Syndrome.

Custer buffalo roundup matches past turnout of 14K

CUSTER STATE PARK, S.D. (AP) — The state of South Dakota says more than 14,000 people took part in the buffalo roundup at Custer State Park, matching crowd records from the previous six years.

Last of nine 2013 rally sex trafficking defendants in trial

Today, the federal trial began of the last defendant, Jerry Lane Golliher, 31, of Rapid City.

Hisega Meadows Water Inc. gets state funding

The State Board of Water and Natural Resources approved a $546,000 funding package, which includes both a grant and loan, to Hisega Meadows Water Inc. 

Heineman appoints new lieutenant governor

Gov. Dave Heineman today announced his appointment of State Senator John E. Nelson of Omaha to be the 40th lieutenant governor of Nebraska

B-52 bombers will once again leave Ellsworth AFB

MINOT, N.D. (AP) — The military says a $67 million runway upgrade at the Minot Air Force Base is complete.

Hill City's Chubby Burger moving locations

The burger joint that had people busting in the doors for burgers, fries and shakes opened in June but could be closed soon. 

Weather boosts Crazy Horse Volksmarch attendance

Triumph was one of the feelings people felt as they crossed the finish line at the Crazy Horse Memorial.

Protesters shouting scripture at high school kids upsets parents

A group of parents waited in the parking lot at around 3:00 p.m. for people they say are shouting derogatory terms at their children. 

Forest Service proposal would require photo...

South Dakota's infant mortality rate drops in 2013

Custer buffalo roundup matches past turnout of 14K

Last of nine 2013 rally sex trafficking...

Hisega Meadows Water Inc. gets state funding

Heineman appoints new lieutenant governor

B-52 bombers will once again leave Ellsworth AFB

Hill City's Chubby Burger moving locations

Weather boosts Crazy Horse Volksmarch attendance

Protesters shouting scripture at high school...

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    FIFA President Sepp Blatter, 2014 World Cup soccer ball

    Paulo Whitaker/Reuters

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  • Beyonce, Jay-Z and David Beckham -- at a soccer game?

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  • Royals make playoffs in epic, Wild Card win

    Royals win postseason

    Denny Medley-USA TODAY Sports

    We throw around the word "epic" so casually that we have to dig deep into our thesaurus to accurately convey what happened at Missouri's Kauffman Stadium Tuesday night.

  • Rafael Nadal on the comeback trail again

    Rafael Nadal, Monte Carlo 2013

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    Rafael Nadal took to the court Tuesday for the first time in three months and looked as though he had never been away as he blitzed past Frenchman Richard Gasquet at the China Open.

  • FCC throws out NFL blackout rule

    football with TV remote and potato chips

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    After a unanimous 5-0 vote Tuesday, the FCC ended a 40-year-old ruling that blacked out NFL games in local broadcast areas.

  • NFL: Ref botched call on player's Muslim prayer

    Sean Smith, 21, Husain Abdullah, 39

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    Husain Abdullah can kneel and pray pretty much anywhere in America he wants. Except, perhaps, for an NFL end zone.

  • Michelle Wie: The dark art of a golf star

    golfer Michelle Wie

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