New autism research from the U of M could lead to early detection

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A 12-year study isolated changes in the brains of children who later developed autism. Using MRI scans, researchers were able to predict the diagnosis in a small group of high-risk children.

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A New Voice for SDPB on All Things Considered

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SDPB radio welcomes Jeremy Ludemann as the new host of All Things Considered

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The Top-16 South Dakota Places Of 2017 That A Person Should Visit

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According to Only In Your State, these are the top-16 South Dakota places a person should visit in 2017. Some of the places are more well known than others, but all are special in one way or another. What is your favorite South Dakota location?

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SDPB's Top News Stories of 2016

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As the year comes to an end, we look back at the most read local news stories that we covered in 2016.

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The Vision To Listen

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I recently put together a story about a woman who knows that two people can see because doctors were able to save her son’s corneas and transplant them. I’ve always known my grandpa had multiple corneal transplants, so it’s seemed almost routine. But this woman rightly found joy in knowing her son saved someone’s sight, and I began to consider how grateful I should be for my grandpa’s vision.

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Initiated Measure 22

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An Act to revise campaign finance and lobbying laws, creates an ethics commission and democracy credit program.

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Stories Behind the Stories: An Evening with Kevin and Terry Woster

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Two of the state’s longest working journalists, and brothers, Terry and Kevin Woster shared behind-the-scenes stories from their careers.

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Referred Law 20

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SDPB's South Dakota Focus takes a closer look at Referred Law 20 an Act to Establish a youth Minimum Wage.

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One Year Later: Finding Cannon Company

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Reviewing the past year of Gigi Hickey's search for answers.

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13 Stars: New USS South Dakota Honors the Past

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The crest of the new USS South Dakota submarine honors the past with a nod to the World War II battleship that once held that name.

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Constitutional Amendment T

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To create an independent Legislative redistricting commission

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Constitutional Amendment U

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Whether or not to set statutory interest rates for loans.

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Initiated Measure 21

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Set a maximum finance charge for certain licensed money lenders.

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Constitutional Amendment S

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Expand the rights of crime victims

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Constitutional Amendment R

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Ballot Question relating to the authority of the South Dakota Board of Regents

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