Gov. Daugaard To Honor South Dakotans For Work In The Arts

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Gov. Dennis Daugaard will present the 22nd Governor's Awards in the Arts Tuesday, Feb. 10, 2015, at the Best Western Ramkota in Pierre. 

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‘Baby-talk’ might not be easy to understand for kids, study finds

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Parents may be using “baby-talk” when speaking to infants with the goal of making it easier for babies to understand, but a new Japanese study shows this may have the opposite effect. 

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Obama's Budget Proposal Lifts 2013 Caps, Adds Billions In Spending

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President Obama says he wants to work with Congress to "replace mindless austerity with smart investments that strengthen America," in remarks that came hours after the release of his $3.99 trillion budget proposal, which is already drawing criticism from Republicans.

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Health Insurance Marketplace Deadline Approaching

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As of January 9th, just over 17,000 South Dakotans had enrolled in private health insurance plans through the state health insurance exchange. The deadline for people to sign up for through the Marketplace Open Enrollment is February 15th. 

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President Obama's 2015 State of the Union Address

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Re-watch President Obama's 2015 State of the Union Address (Full Video).

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2015 South Dakota Legislative Session: Why Should South Dakotans Care?

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The 2015 Legislative Session is underway at the state capital building in Pierre, SD. South Dakota Governor Dennis Daugaard kicked off the session with his State of the State Address on Tuesday of this week.

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Governor Dennis Daugaard's State of the State Address

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The 90th annual state legislative session is now underway in South Dakota. The state's Governor, Dennis Daugaard, gave his annual state-of-the-state address on Tuesday afternoon at the state capital building in Pierre, SD. 

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Inauguration videos now available online

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SDPB Television coverage of Governor Daugaard's Inauguration and Inaugural Ball is now available on-demand.

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Two South Dakota Cities Make "Top-50 Coldest Cities" List

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Both Sioux Falls and Rapid City have made the list of Top-50 Coldest Cities in America, according to Niche Company News.

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Winter Storm for January 5-6

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A low pressure system is moving through South Dakota today. Snow is projected with this weather motion, with the highest levels of snowfall aimed at the southeast portion of the state.

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'The Interview' Is Coming To Sioux Falls

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The West Mall-7 Theater in Sioux Falls is going show the controversial film "The Interview," starting on Wednesday Dec. 31.

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The REAL Problem With New Year's Resolutions

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New Year's Resolutions have become more popular in previous years, but the success rate for completing them is extremely low. According to Forbes, New Year's Resolutions are only achieved by....

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First Full Day of Winter

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Today is the first full day of winter and weather experts are finding the season a tough one to predict.

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School Closeline

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South Dakota School Closeline for Dec. 15, 2014 

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South Dakota Budget Address Dec. 2, 2014

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Governor Dennis Daugaard gave his annual budget address at the state capital in Pierre, SD. 

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