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House passes Roosevelt Library in major win for Burgum


Search to continue Friday for missing South Dakota girl


Chief: Boy thrown from Mall of America balcony being treated


No injuries in train derailment in Logan


Bill Sorensen to ride off into the sunset after 2019 Medora Musical


Child dies from fall off South Dakota cliff


Sentencing for truck driver who hit Humboldt Broncos' bus


Officials: Tattoos identify victim who had been dismembered


Flood waters drench South Dakota


Remains found on Blackfeet reservation appear historical


Westmoreland can scrap health care, contract to sell mine


Giving Hearts Day Raises $16.2 Million


Minnesota man catches huge sturgeon while ice fishing


Big weekend push to find missing girl ends without breakthrough


After weather delay, search resumes for South Dakota girl


Georgia's House will soon become a reality


Plane involved in Sunday’s crash had a prior accident


Burgum, Hoeven, Bakken release statements on plane crash


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Woman falls at Grand Canyon, becoming fifth death at the park this year

Tuesday's death is the second fatal fall inside the park this year, and the third in the Grand Canyon area.

R. Kelly accuser wins judgment in suit singer failed to answer

Kelly, who has faced similar allegations for decades, has pleaded not guilty to the charges and denied any wrongdoing.

Crash that injured pedestrians in Calif. was 'intentional act,' police say

Police are recommending the driver be charged with eight counts of attempted murder.

Body of missing 5-year-old found, parents charged with murder

The body of a 5-year-old boy who was reported missing last week from his home in suburban Chicago was found Wednesday buried in a shallow grave, and his parents were charged with murder.

California Senate OKs ban on hairstyle discrimination

Sen. Holly Mitchell, a Los Angeles Democrat, said the bill was necessary to challenge "Eurocentric standards of beauty" that have dominated dress codes.