10 Best Cities in South Dakota to Retire

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As reported by Visit Aberdeen and as calculated by Smart Asset, here are the ten best cities in South Dakota  to retire. When ranking the cities, Smart Asset examines taxes, doctors' office, recreation centers, retirement centers, and percentage of seniors already in that area.

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Flash Flood Rain Storm Hits Sioux Falls

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The city of Sioux Falls experienced one of its biggest rain storms in 20-years on Thursday night. SDPB's Gary Ellenbolt spoke with Brad Temeyer with the National Weather Service on Friday to discuss the events.

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Selecting Boys Over Girls Is A Trend In More And More Countries

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With abortion, infanticide and neglect, parents are taking steps to ensure there are boys in the family. Only six countries had a skewed boy-girl ratio in 1995. Today the number is up to 21.

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9/11 Survivor Known As 'Dust Lady' From Iconic Photo Dies

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Marcy Borders was captured in an haunting photo where she was pictured covered in dust after fleeing the World Trade Center during the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks. Her family says she died of stomach cancer this week.

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9/11 Survivor Known As 'Dust Lady' From Iconic Photo Dies

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Marcy Borders was captured in an haunting photo where she was pictured covered in dust after fleeing the World Trade Center during the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks. Her family says she died of stomach cancer this week.

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9/11 Survivor Known As 'Dust Lady' From Iconic Photo Dies

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Marcy Borders was captured in an haunting photo where she was pictured covered in dust after fleeing the World Trade Center during the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks. Her family says she died of stomach cancer this week.

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Civil Rights Activist Amelia Boynton Robinson Dies At 104

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Civil rights activist Amelia Boynton Robinson has died. Her brutal beating during the 1965 Bloody Sunday march was depicted in the movie "Selma."

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Civil Rights Activist Amelia Boynton Robinson Dies At 104

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Civil rights activist Amelia Boynton Robinson has died. Her brutal beating during the 1965 Bloody Sunday march was depicted in the movie "Selma."

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Civil Rights Activist Amelia Boynton Robinson Dies At 104

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Civil rights activist Amelia Boynton Robinson has died. Her brutal beating during the 1965 Bloody Sunday march was depicted in the movie "Selma."

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Suspect Kills Self After Fatally Shooting 2 Journalists On Air

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A gunman shot and killed a reporter and her videographer Wednesday on live television in Virginia. The suspect, a disgruntled former station employee, then posted his own video of the shootings on social media, and later died from a self-inflicted gunshot wound.

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Suspect Kills Self After Fatally Shooting 2 Journalists On Air

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A gunman shot and killed a reporter and her videographer Wednesday on live television in Virginia. The suspect, a disgruntled former station employee, then posted his own video of the shootings on social media, and later died from a self-inflicted gunshot wound.

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Suspect Kills Self After Fatally Shooting 2 Journalists On Air

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A gunman shot and killed a reporter and her videographer Wednesday on live television in Virginia. The suspect, a disgruntled former station employee, then posted his own video of the shootings on social media, and later died from a self-inflicted gunshot wound.

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The Strange History Of Betting On Elections: It Wasn't Just About Money

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It wasn't always illegal to bet on presidential elections. Before polling, the practice used to be so commonplace that it actually increased public engagement with elections.

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The Strange History Of Betting On Elections: It Wasn't Just About Money

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It wasn't always illegal to bet on presidential elections. Before polling, the practice used to be so commonplace that it actually increased public engagement with elections.

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The Strange History Of Betting On Elections: It Wasn't Just About Money

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It wasn't always illegal to bet on presidential elections. Before polling, the practice used to be so commonplace that it actually increased public engagement with elections.

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