U.S. Senator Rounds, Farmers, SDSU Economist on Federal Tariffs

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SDPB Sioux Falls Studios at 601 N. Phillips, Sioux Falls, SD Recorded: Friday, August 17 at 4pm CT

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Resources for Start-ups and Entrepreneurs

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Making A Living

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Beer-O-Nomics

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Craft brewing in the Black Hills.

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Our News - Information, Misinformation, Disinformation and the Future of Democracy

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Where Do We Go From Here?

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VIDEO: 2018 US House Republican Primary Debate and Fact-Checked Transcript

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Video and fact-checked transcript from SDPB's US House Republican Primary debate held May 24, 2018 at SDPB's Vermillion studio.

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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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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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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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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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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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And the Polls Say...

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SDPB Radio's Kealey Bultena sits down with a group of USF media program students to take a poll and talk about how the way we portray numbers can change the way we perceive them.

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A Murderer In Court; He Just Looked At Her

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I work in news, and Friday’s assignment involved a court hearing for a man convicted of brutally murdering a correctional officer during a prison escape attempt. He’s been sentenced to death and had, until this point, filed appeals to delay his execution.

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Rapid City Police Department Dances To Justin Bieber

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Officers Brian Pitts, Tim Doyle and Eric Dwyer were at Knollwood Elementary to help out with the Discovery Program Thursday morning. One of the activities they did with the kids - dance to Justin Bieber.

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Top-10 Reasons Why Everyone Should Marry A South Dakotan

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According to Only In Your State, here are the Top-10 reasons why everyone should marry a person who is from South Dakota. Does No. 8 describe you?

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