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          Reno forecasters: Expect high winds through Thursday      Cache   Translate Page      
Forecasters issued a red flag warning for Washoe County, among other places.

          135 sex offenders, fugitives and others arrested during U.S. Marshals operation in Nevada      Cache   Translate Page      
Among others, a Sparks fugitive convicted of sexually assaulting a relative under the ago of 14 was captured in Tijuana, Mexico.

          Police: North Las Vegas school shooting victim was student      Cache   Translate Page      
Police say no motive has been determined but believe the attack was not random.

          Safe full of $800,000 in jewelry and cash stolen from Reno home      Cache   Translate Page      
Police say it appears the burglars were targeting the safe, but have no leads on suspects.

          One person shot north of airport, Reno gang unit is investigating      Cache   Translate Page      
One person was shot in the leg.

          Police: 1 dead in North Las Vegas school shooting      Cache   Translate Page      
Authorities have not determined if the 18-year-old was a student at the high school.

          Elizabeth Smart outraged that 1 of her kidnappers will be freed      Cache   Translate Page      
Elizabeth Smart called the surprise decision "incomprehensible."

          UPDATE: Westbound I-80 open in both lanes; Derby Fire fully contained      Cache   Translate Page      
Fire danger remains extremely high as dry and windy conditions expected to worsen.

          MGM makes unusual gambit in Las Vegas shooting lawsuits      Cache   Translate Page      
Casino offers charitable donations for those who acknowledge the suit, thus avoiding process-serving fees.

          Lake Tahoe weather conditions mirror those that fanned Angora Fire in 2007      Cache   Translate Page      
Dry, gusty winds are similar to those when the Angora Fire took off, destroying 254 homes at South Lake Tahoe in 2007.

          Big safety testing failure rate for California pot products      Cache   Translate Page      
The testing has been especially tough on cannabis-infused cookies, candies and tinctures: About one-third have been blocked from store shelves.

          Suffolk/RGJ poll: Nevadans split on Senate, governor races — not ready to impeach Trump      Cache   Translate Page      
Latest poll results show Trump has lost a few popularity points, but not Nevadans' faith

          CBS News fires '60 Minutes' producer Fager in wake of sexual misconduct allegations      Cache   Translate Page      
CBS News Wednesday fired '60 Minutes' executive producer Jeff Fager. He said the termination isn't related to misconduct allegations in a news report.

          Norm Macdonald: Women upset by Louis C.K. performance 'could get through trauma' with $200      Cache   Translate Page      
Norm Macdonald tells USA TODAY that Roseanne Barr 'should be working' after being fired by ABC, and that women upset by Louis C.K.'s recent surprise show should be paid $200.

          Drake, Cardi B lead American Music Awards nominees with 8 nods each      Cache   Translate Page      
Rap has easily dominated the pop charts and on streaming services in the last few years, and that's reflected at the 2018 American Music Awards. Drake and Cardi B are the leading nominees with eight each.

          5 actors who could replace Superman Henry Cavill as the new Man of Steel      Cache   Translate Page      
If Henry Cavill is indeed hanging up Superman's cape in the DC Films, these are the five best actors to best leap tall buildings in a single bound.

          NFL Commissioner, Saints discuss criminal justice issues      Cache   Translate Page      
NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell toured New Orleans' criminal justice system on Tuesday.

          LSU at Auburn: 'We're going to have to throw the ball to win the game," says QB Joe Burrow      Cache   Translate Page      
LSU quarterback Joe Burrow knows the pressure will be on him at Auburn

          Hurricane Florence: Be ready for 'dangerous flash flooding'      Cache   Translate Page      
Hurricane Florence remains a Category 4 storm that the National Weather Service says could strengthen over the next day.

          Naked man with 'Molly' found in Subway bathroom in York County, police say      Cache   Translate Page      
Jesse Lee Hartman, 38, of York, faces several charges, including resisting arrest and disorderly conduct.

          'No hate in our state': Pa. commission confronts racism in York County with 3 town halls      Cache   Translate Page      
Four racially charged incidents were reported in four months in York County.

          Scott Wagner says he'll restore death penalty, sue pharmaceutical companies in opioid fight      Cache   Translate Page      
About 5,500 Pennsylvanians died from drug overdoses in 2017.

          Anna Kendrick of 'A Simple Favor' thinks mommy bloggers are 'creepy'      Cache   Translate Page      
The "A Simple Favor" star says some mommy bloggers have "dead eyes" and make you wonder if they even have a kid or "a doll that you love a lot."

          The woman who flipped off Trump motorcade from her bicycle is now running for office      Cache   Translate Page      
Cyclist Juli Briskman, who lost her job after flipping off the president's motorcade in Virginia, will run for Loudoun County Board of Supervisors.

          Hurricane Florence weakens to Category 3, but effects will be felt in Delaware      Cache   Translate Page      
Delaware is well removed from the most immediate of the storm's anticipated effects. But even the limited rainfall it will bring could cause flooding.

          Hurricane Florence path: Storm tracks south, flood warning still in place      Cache   Translate Page      
Hurricane Florence is anticipated to turn southward, away from the Delmarva Peninsula, as it makes landfall early Saturday morning.

          Facebook feud behind Councilor Stehly's beef with mayor's pick to lead new department      Cache   Translate Page      
Theresa Stehly isn't a fan of City Hall's pick to lead a newly formed department of City Hall and will vote against his confirmation

          Whitney: Day in the life of John Daly      Cache   Translate Page      
The controversial golfer is coming to Sioux Falls next week to play in the Sanford International. Here's how his visit might unfold.

          Daugaard discusses passage of online sales tax bill      Cache   Translate Page      
Gov. Dennis Daugaard talks about the passage of the online sales tax bill after he signed it into law Wednesday.

          A California company acquired them, but this Sioux Falls startup is staying close to home      Cache   Translate Page      
“You don’t have to go to New York or Los Angeles to be successful,” CEO Bobby George said. “You can do it here.”

          South Dakotans, your online price tag is about to get steeper. Here's why.      Cache   Translate Page      
South Dakotans who shop online could see their price tags increase beginning November 1.

          Sioux Falls man pleads no contest to child abuse in death of 3-month-old      Cache   Translate Page      
Alejandro Salgado de Jesus, who was charged in relation to the death of his 3-month-old son, pleaded no contest to abuse or cruelty to a minor.

          Metallica crowd sets Premier Center attendance record      Cache   Translate Page      
The crowd total topped the previous record attendance, for a Carrie Underwood show in October 2016

          How to report crime to local authorities      Cache   Translate Page      
There are several options for you if you have a crime tip to give to police.

          Southeast Tech's capital campaign could get boost from City Council, taxpayers      Cache   Translate Page      
STI aims to grow enrollment, double graduates and bolster diversity in 5-year strategic plan

          Warrant issued for man involved in fatal crash      Cache   Translate Page      
The driver has not been seen since the crash.

          State Theatre selling naming rights on downtown Sioux Falls building      Cache   Translate Page      
The nonprofit responsible for renovating the downtown landmark said this year it will take $5.5 million to restore the old theater.

          Police: Teen arrested for crashing into cars while high      Cache   Translate Page      
Police allegedly found prescription drugs and a small amount of marijuana on the teen.

          Sioux Falls Daily police briefing 9-12      Cache   Translate Page      
Police spokesman Sam Clemens goes over the call log during Wednesday's briefing.

          State delays release of school accountability reports      Cache   Translate Page      
Changes under recently-implemented federal guidelines mean parents won't know how their school district fared until later this year.

          Databank Sept. 12: Minnehaha County property transfers      Cache   Translate Page      
Partial list of property transfers from June 22-29 on record in the Minnehaha County Equalization Office.

          Massachusetts investigation led to Jim Sideras arrest on child pornography charge      Cache   Translate Page      
Emails from child pornography probe led authorities to former Sioux Falls public safety official, scheduled for trial in November.

          Review: Metallica brings thrilling rock spectacle to Sioux Falls      Cache   Translate Page      
Matt Zimmer's review of Metallica's 2018 tour stop at Denny Sanford Premier Center in Sioux Falls

          Judge: Avera can pursue payment for unpaid medical bills      Cache   Translate Page      
Avera wants insurance company for at-fault driver to pay up

          He loved Sioux Falls enough to write 250-page thesis about its future. Did anyone listen?      Cache   Translate Page      
Nick Bigelow developed his Sioux Falls plan as a thesis for the master’s in urban design degree he earned from Lund University in Sweden.

          New fitness concept Orangetheory targets busy south Sioux Falls intersection      Cache   Translate Page      
A franchisee is bringing Orangetheory's 'unique trifecta of science, coaching and technology' to Sioux Falls.

          Sioux Falls Movers & Shakers: Sept. 12      Cache   Translate Page      
Hirings, promotions and awards at area businesses including The Event Company, Bank Midwest, American Red Cross, Don Dunham III Real Estate and more..

          Muller: Why small group coverage can result in big savings      Cache   Translate Page      
Small employers aren't required to provide health insurance, but it's a smart move in a competitive labor market. Here's a way to do it.

          Metallica: Their 10 best songs, according to Zim      Cache   Translate Page      
Tickets for classic metal band show go on sale Friday morning

          Election Day voter's guide: What to know about Sioux Falls' $190 million school bond      Cache   Translate Page      
Don't know where or when to vote on Sept. 18? This Election Day survival guide has you covered.

          City Hall wants 6 more years with Paramedics Plus, Councilors have other ideas      Cache   Translate Page      
TenHaken administration asking City Council to keep ambulance company in Sioux Falls until at least 2026, but some have other ideas

          S.D. ready to cash in on online sales tax as lawmakers prepare for special session      Cache   Translate Page      
State budget writers on Tuesday green lighted a pair of bills aimed at making it easier to cash in on additional online sales tax dollars this year.

          First Class: Lincoln student wants to 'strive for the best for herself and for others'      Cache   Translate Page      
Lincoln senior's maturity has turned her life in the right direction

          Police investigating alleged sexual assault at USD dorm      Cache   Translate Page      
Police have said there are no additional safety risks to the campus.

          4 Madison Parish inmates at large after escape, three back in custody      Cache   Translate Page      
Seven inmates have escaped from the Madison Parish Detention Center according to an E911 alert.

          Comics store plans to be hot spot for local geeks      Cache   Translate Page      
Villains Comics & Collectibles opened recently at the foot of the Louisville Bridge in Monroe.

          Inmate attacks Angola correctional officer      Cache   Translate Page      
Offenders help corrections officers catch attacker

          Discrimination complaints against UL continue      Cache   Translate Page      
Nine former softball players and for female professors have filed discrimination claims against the University of Louisiana at Lafayette.

          Shot fired in firearm-free school zone leaves WM teen facing charges      Cache   Translate Page      
A 17-year-old West Monroe man is facing multiple charges after he allegedly took a gun into a firearm-free zone near a school and let juveniles shoot it.

          Monroe Chamber recognizes NELA's top 20 young professionals      Cache   Translate Page      
Delta Business Magazine will feature the winners.

          United Way kicks off campaign and debuts park projects      Cache   Translate Page      
The United Way announced its Pacesetters for the 2018 giving campaign.

          UPDATE: All Madison Parish Correctional escapees in custody      Cache   Translate Page      
Seven inmates have escaped from the Madison Parish Detention Center according to an E911 alert.

          Daybreak: What to know about the massive housing project coming for Reno's last floodplain      Cache   Translate Page      
City Council will decide next month whether to approve the project in Southeast Reno.

          'The Push': Part love story, part documentary on Reno man's improbable journey after a devastating spinal cord injury      Cache   Translate Page      
A Reno couple share their love story and journey to the South Pole in an award-winning documentary that will show in Reno

          Reno newlyweds Grant and Shawna Korgan share their story about recovery after an accident changed their lives forever      Cache   Translate Page      
A glimpse into the first year of Grant Korgan's recovery after a snowmobile accident crushed his spine

          A small radio station helped fight racism in Northwoods. Now it's fighting for its life.      Cache   Translate Page      
A small community radio station in Hayward has been a community hub for Native Americans and others. Now WOJB is fighting to stay on the air.

          LSU at Auburn: 'We're going to have to throw the ball to win the game,' says QB Joe Burrow      Cache   Translate Page      
LSU quarterback Joe Burrow knows the pressure will be on him at Auburn

          Preparing to Witness an Act of God      Cache   Translate Page      

Science can explain why Hurricane Florence is threatening my home. But it can’t interpret it.

On Ash Wednesday 1962, the dead didn’t just rise again. They floated.

The Ash Wednesday Storm of 1962 was one of the worst storms to hit the Eastern seaboard in modern memory. One of the places hardest hit was Chincoteague Island, a tiny barrier island off the coast of Virginia. As the island flooded, and residents scurried into their upstairs bedrooms, the tidal surge was so great that it sucked the wooden burial vaults out of the ground. The dead floated down Taylor Street.

Everyone alive has experienced the storm—maybe it was a hurricane, maybe it was a nor’easter, maybe it was a tornado, or gale, or earthquake. I grew up hearing the stories of my grandparents being airlifted off of Chincoteague by US Navy helicopter the day after the 1962 storm. In 2015, I watched as the flood waters of the 1,000-Year Flood rose across my yard and ran under my house. Each one is a unique event, the sum and total of which is unexplainable from our limited, human perspective.

Beyond Our Understanding

The night before the Chincoteague storm, waterman Herman Fitchett told his daughter, “The barometer is the lowest I’ve ever seen it in my life. Something bad is going to happen.” Still, in 1962, the residents of places like Chincoteague had relatively little warning.

Times have changed. As Hurricane Florence bears down on the Eastern seaboard, coastal communities like Chincoteague are under mandatory evacuation. At time of writing, Florence is a Category 4 hurricane, a tropical cyclone with winds of up to 130 mph. In 1962, the Weather Service wasn’t able to predict the Ash Wednesday Storm. Today we have Doppler radar that allows us to watch the hurricane’s every move.

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          PennDOT: ‘Goal’ is to reopen both Cumberland St. lanes near McDonald's by year’s end      Cache   Translate Page      
PennDOT is working on the $1.6 million Cumberland Street bridge replacement over the Quittapahilla Creek, but work is taking longer than expected.

          Channing Tatum autograph leads to misdemeanor      Cache   Translate Page      
A Dauphin County man was charged with a misdemeanor after selling a bottle of vodka autographed by Channing Tatum to police officers Monday, Sept. 10.

          Caring Cupboard recognized for its food bank efforts      Cache   Translate Page      
Food pantry serves 150 families each week in Palmyra and Annville-Cleona

          Cornwall fire company seeks borough funds for ladder truck      Cache   Translate Page      
Replacement truck would cost from $800,000 to $1.2 million

          Ranked: The best seafood restaurants in central Pennsylvania      Cache   Translate Page      
Central Pa. may be far from the ocean, but the seafood game in this area is strong.

          Penn State Heisman Watch: Consistency buys Trace McSorley time until Big Ten tests      Cache   Translate Page      
The Nittany Lions leader will continue to guide his team through calm waters the next two weeks. His biggest moments will come soon enough.

          Six dead, including gunman, in shooting spree in Bakersfield, California, authorities say      Cache   Translate Page      
A gunman killed five people, including his wife, before turning the gun on himself as a Kern County sheriff’s deputy closed in Wednesday, authorities said.

          Norm Macdonald facing backlash, again, over 'Down syndrome' remarks to Howard Stern      Cache   Translate Page      
Norm Macdonald followed up on saying he's "happy the #MeToo movement has slowed down a little bit" with insensitive remarks about Down Syndrome

          'Amazing is the only word': How disappointment led to true victory at Ironman Wisconsin      Cache   Translate Page      
Reaction to bee stings forced Chad Esker out of Ironman Wisconsin. But his friends helped create a special team victory that none of them will forget.

          Woman arrested following false gun threat at Rapid City school      Cache   Translate Page      
The elementary school was briefly placed into lockdown status on Wednesday afternoon.

          Here's how to watch the Penn State vs. Kent State football game, and what you should know      Cache   Translate Page      
Sure, it looks like a mismatch, but are the Nittany Lions worthy of a five-touchdown spread?

          Hurricane Florence nears coast: 'This is a life-threatening situation'      Cache   Translate Page      
The wind whipped and the ocean swelled onto beaches but there was no rain yet early Thursday on the breathtaking but mostly deserted barrier islands off North and South Carolina.

          Henry Cavill's Instagram video makes Superman recasting situation clear as mud      Cache   Translate Page      
Henry Cavill's video featuring a "Krypton Lifting Team" T-shirt and Superman action figure didn't do much to clear up rumors he won't return to role.

          More KKK fliers left on homes in Pennsylvania      Cache   Translate Page      
KKK fliers were also found recently at homes in York County.

          Boy, 9, missing from Davison County      Cache   Translate Page      
The boy is non-verbal and has autism, police say.

          Who will (and who should) win at the 2018 Emmy Awards      Cache   Translate Page      
From sure bets such as "The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel" to hopeful long shots such as "The Americans," we break down who will and who should win the top prizes at the 2018 Emmy Awards.

          Prep football Week 3 preview      Cache   Translate Page      
A quick look at the games this weekend.

          University of Louisiana softball players file federal discrimination complaints      Cache   Translate Page      
Nine former softball players and for female professors have filed discrimination claims against the University of Louisiana at Lafayette.

          Monroe weather today      Cache   Translate Page      
Here's a look at today's forecast, courtesy of NBC 10 News.

          University of Louisiana softball players file federal discrimination complaints      Cache   Translate Page      
Nine former softball players and for female professors have filed discrimination claims against the University of Louisiana at Lafayette.

          Trial: Did Mississippi man try to kill puppies with a vacuum at a car wash?      Cache   Translate Page      
In Defense of Animals called on the judge to hand the accused a maximum sentence.

          Man caught on camera abandoning puppies      Cache   Translate Page      
On or about June 4, 2018, a surveillance camera at the Highway 32 car wash and Country Mini Storage captured a man taking a box out of the trunk of a vehicle, and leaving it beside a vacuum. He then walked back and placed the vacuum hose in the box.

          Black women, meeting in Mississippi, part of nationwide push to galvanize voters      Cache   Translate Page      
A meeting in Jackson held recently was part of a Deep South tour and a nationwide effort to get black voters, particularly women, to vote.

          '3 strikes' and Mississippi taxpayers out $40 million a year      Cache   Translate Page      
The cost to Mississippi taxpayers to house all the nonviolent offenders under the "3 strikes" law? More than $40 million a year.

          "3 strikes" and Mississippi taxpayers out $40 million      Cache   Translate Page      
Like many other states, Mississippi passed the "3 strikes" law, aimed at getting dangerous criminals off the street. But the law affected those guilty of nonviolent offenses as well. Some states have drastically reformed their laws. Should Mississippi?

          Ole Miss banned a PTSD service dog from the classroom; now, advocates are fighting back      Cache   Translate Page      
Ole Miss banned the service dog of a PTSD sufferer last week prompting the dog's trainer and service dog advocates to fight back.

          At 62, this Brandon woman is running half-marathons in all 50 states      Cache   Translate Page      
Seven years ago, she was a couch potato. Now, she looks forward to the challenge of running for miles every chance she gets

          Ex-Mississippi officer will serve 2 years for assaulting restrained teenage detainee      Cache   Translate Page      
Edward Gibson, a former officer at the Leflore County Juvenile Detention Center, beat a teenage detainee who in handcuffs and leg shackles.

          Hinds DA's third criminal trial: No conviction      Cache   Translate Page      
A Rankin County jury found Robert Shuler Smith not guilty of robbery and were unable to reach a decision on aggravated stalking.

          Man crashes motorcycle, later dies from sustained injuries      Cache   Translate Page      
A man involved in a motorcycle accident earlier today has died as a result of his injuries.

          Report: Mississippi has second-highest adult obesity rate in US      Cache   Translate Page      
Mississippi has the second-highest adult obesity rate in the country, with only West Virginia having a higher rate.

          Southaven officers ID'd in fatal shooting at wrong address      Cache   Translate Page      
An autopsy report identifies Mississippi police officers involved in the shooting of a man who was killed when officers entered the wrong house last year.

          Clinton school bond results: 95 percent of voters say 'yes'      Cache   Translate Page      
District officials say the measure should not carry a tax increase,

          Agents look to next steps after $70M pot grow bust      Cache   Translate Page      
"We’ve got to process all the drug and non drug evidence, we’ll have intel analysts and agents submitting the drugs to the DEA lab for testing." - John Dowdy

          Live: Hinds County DA Robert Shuler Smith trial      Cache   Translate Page      
Clarion Ledger reporter Justin Vicory is covering the trial of Hinds County District Attorney Robert Shuler Smith.

          Details scarce on Mississippi inmate deaths      Cache   Translate Page      
Autopsy reports aren’t released to anyone outside of family. Video is not available, according to MDOC officials.

          Calling all chefs: How to win a free restaurant space      Cache   Translate Page      
Food truck operators, local restaurateurs and chefs are encouraged to compete for a space at Northpark in Ridgeland.

          Girl stabbed, 2 charged after fight on Jackson school bus      Cache   Translate Page      
A girl was hospitalized and two girls were charged after a fight an stabbing on a Jackson Public School District bus.

          Jackson Weather Forecast, Wednesday, Sept. 12      Cache   Translate Page      
Jackson Weather Forecast, Wednesday, Sept. 12, 2018.

          UPDATE: Drug agents find $70M in marijuana in Jefferson Davis County      Cache   Translate Page      
It's believed to be connected to a similar operation found in the county last year and could be tied to cartel activity, authorities say.

          Jilted lover or protector: Robert Shuler Smith portrayed as both in opening day of trial      Cache   Translate Page      
Hinds County District Attorney Robert Shuler Smith is being tried before an all-white Rankin County jury on charges related to a domestic incidence.

          Mississippi sets 1-day hearing to start state budget process      Cache   Translate Page      
Mississippi lawmakers will hold a single day of public hearings next week to start the months-long process of writing a state budget.

          11 Mississippi hunters banned from hunting for a year      Cache   Translate Page      
11 Mississippi hunters banned from hunting for a year and fined after pleading guilty to baiting fields to kill migratory birds.

          Mississippi State's Bully statue vandalized over weekend with 'Woo Pig' graffiti      Cache   Translate Page      
There could be some bad blood brewing ahead of this year's Arkansas-MSU matchup after MSU's hallowed Bully statue was defaced this past weekend.

          Mayor: Catch 'culprits' who hoist Confederate-themed flag      Cache   Translate Page      
The mayor of a majority-black Mississippi town says he wants to know who keeps hoisting the state flag that includes the Confederate battle emblem.

          Informal name change: No more 'junior' for Jones County Junior College      Cache   Translate Page      
President Jesse Smith announced Friday that Jones County Junior College will be known informally by a new name.

          Eudora Welty gets first marker on Mississippi Writers Trail      Cache   Translate Page      
Mississippi has markers noting a blues trail, a country music trail and a civil rights trail. Now, it will have a writer's trail, too.

          Police: Dispatcher beaten on duty suffers brain bleed      Cache   Translate Page      
Police say a man entered the Clarksdale Police Department and attacked an on-duty dispatcher, leaving her with a bleeding brain and broken arm.

          Still a puzzle: Members of Hattiesburg High band fall ill after Oak Grove game Friday night      Cache   Translate Page      
A number of Hattiesburg High School band members fell ill after Friday night's game against Oak Grove.

          Marshall Ramsey: The Day We Can Never Forget      Cache   Translate Page      
The scars of 9/11 still burn.

          WHO: Nearly 10 million people will die of cancer this year      Cache   Translate Page      
The World Health Organization said nearly 10 million people will die of cancer in 2018, and 18 million new cases will develop, says new data.

          Forrest County man on trial for murder, rape, kidnapping      Cache   Translate Page      
William Gillum, accused of rape, kidnapping and murder, is on trial at Forrest County Courthouse.

          2 brothers arrested, agents look to next steps after $70M pot grow bust      Cache   Translate Page      
"We’ve got to process all the drug and non drug evidence, we’ll have intel analysts and agents submitting the drugs to the DEA lab for testing." - John Dowdy

          For black crime victims with criminal records, state help can be hard to come by      Cache   Translate Page      
Mississippi among seven states that deny crime victims' compensation funds to those with criminal records. Bans in Florida and Ohio fall hardest on black victims.

          Facebook brings small-business training to Jackson      Cache   Translate Page      
Facebook has chosen Jackson as one of 30 cities in which it will offer free training to help small businesses. The sessions will be Monday and Tuesday

          Jackson police investigate fatal shooting on McCluer Road      Cache   Translate Page      
The suspect is believed to be a man last seen running from victim's home.

          Co-op in Sioux Falls announces store expansion      Cache   Translate Page      
The Co-op Natural Foods plans to double the store’s floor space, expanding it to about 8,000 square feet in a couple of years.

          Sioux Falls daily police briefing 9-13      Cache   Translate Page      
Police spokesman Sam Clemens goes over the call log during Thursday's briefing.

          Teen charged with trying to set fire while in custody      Cache   Translate Page      
The teen was charged three separate times in one evening.

          Team effort, army of volunteers help Sioux Falls prepare for golf spotlight      Cache   Translate Page      
It took two weeks for more than 600 volunteers to raise their hands to help host Sioux Falls’ professional golf tournament.

          Brule County Sheriff's Office shares rattlesnake warning      Cache   Translate Page      
Watch where you step.

          Southeast Tech launches $6.2 million capital fundraising campaign      Cache   Translate Page      
The majority of funds will go toward expanding programs and increasing the number of graduates, technical college officials said.

          Missing Davison County boy found      Cache   Translate Page      
The boy is non-verbal and has autism, police say.

          17 inmates charged with marijuana possession behind bars      Cache   Translate Page      
A Bon Homme County grand jury indicted the inmates on one count each of possession of an article of indulgence, marijuana.

          Lawsuit claims Indian Health Service hospital scalpel not sanitized      Cache   Translate Page      
Dozens of patients potentially exposed to blood born diseases

          Forgetting memorable win vs. McGill key for West Monroe's prep v. Wossman      Cache   Translate Page      
West Monroe (2-0) hosts Wossman (1-1) at Rebel Stadium Friday night.

          ULM's 'Greater Hands Missionaries' floor opponents with big plays      Cache   Translate Page      
Gold boxing gloves carry punch for Warhawks.

          Winnsboro man had 'roadkill' in restaurant cooler, took fawn home to butcher it: LDWF      Cache   Translate Page      
LDWF said a deputy saw dead spotted fawn in restaurant cooler, and the man moved it to his house after.

          What streak? Ouachita doesn't care about history against Neville      Cache   Translate Page      
The Lions haven't beaten crosstown rival Tigers since 2010.

          Powell's Process: From walk-on to full scholarship at LA Tech; 'I earned it'      Cache   Translate Page      
Cee Jay Powell talks journey from fearing his football career was over to earning a scholarship at Louisiana Tech last week.

          LA Tech WR Cee Jay Powell talks earning a full scholarship      Cache   Translate Page      
Louisiana Tech redshirt sophomore Cee Jay Powell reflects on earning a full scholarship.

          Defense carries Bastrop to 2-0 start      Cache   Translate Page      
Rams visit Calvary Baptist in Shreveport on Friday.

          Student found dead at University of Minnesota fraternity house identified as South Dakota man      Cache   Translate Page      
St. Paul police have identified the student whose body was found in a University of Minnesota fraternity house.

          Here's what on the menu at the new ramen restaurant opening next month      Cache   Translate Page      
Ramen Fuji's menu will be a simple one focused on ramen but including donburi, Japanese-style curry, stir-fried ramen and fresh appetizers.

          How did the rail yard become the first city project in years to avoid controversy?      Cache   Translate Page      
Decades of planning credited with keeping redevelopment efforts out of bomb-throwers' sites

          Badlands Speedway hits auction block on Saturday      Cache   Translate Page      
The auction will take place at 3 p.m. at the speedway, located at 2012 S. Splitrock Boulevard in Brandon.

          4 Sioux Falls schools receive Social and Emotional Innovation grants      Cache   Translate Page      
South Dakota's Department of Education awards $1.1 million in grants statewide to improve student learning behaviors.

          Microsoft to improve internet access in rural South Dakota      Cache   Translate Page      
Microsoft is partnering with Network Business Systems Inc to provide broadband internet to rural areas in the Midwest, including South Dakota.

          Lieutenant governor candidate Larry Rhoden to pay campaign finance fine      Cache   Translate Page      
South Dakota Republican lieutenant governor candidate Larry Rhoden is facing a $200 fine for not following a campaign finance law.

          Neville's Thomas captures High School Hero honors for Week 2      Cache   Translate Page      
Thomas led the Tigers in rushing, passing in win over Warren Central

          LSU plans to bounce back to other end of sandwich at Auburn after 'flat' effort vs. Lions      Cache   Translate Page      
LSU came out flat in sandwich game against Southeastern around No. 8 Miami and now No. 7 Auburn

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