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With no debate, the South Dakota Commission on Gaming set a timeline to bring roulette, craps, and keno to Deadwood. The Commission met in Deadwood Thursday morning to talk rules and regulations as they gear up for the upcoming legislative session.
It's been an ongoing battle between preservation of history and investments into the future. Now after being warned by the state's preservation office, Deadwood's historic landmark status has been downgraded.
This is the 93rd annual American Education Week and the head of the South Dakota Education Association says education here is in good shape.
According to the Centers for Disease Control, it's the leading cause of preventable death in our country. Every year on the third Thursday of November, the American Cancer Society hopes to remind many of the consequences that come with smoking cigarettes.
Struggling with declining membership and an unsteady flow of income, members of the post had to decide whether to sell the post's facility, or find a way to survive.
A grant from a nationwide wireless carrier is putting food on the table for hundreds of local families on thanksgiving.
It's one of the longest running traditions at Youth and Family Services. Thursday, hundreds of kids and their parents got a healthy meal, all thanks to YFS.
Some say it's the tastiest way to prepare a turkey, but local public safety officials are warning that it's also one of the most dangerous.
For many, it's about time to start the search for that perfect holiday tree, and look no further than the beautiful Black Hills National Forest.
Sen. John Thune is calling for a temporary visa ban from some West African countries.
National News
Mike Nichols, the "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf" and "The Graduate" director who was one of the few people to win an Emmy, a Grammy, an Oscar and a Tony award, died Wednesday evening, according to a note from ABC News' president to their staff.
Country star Ty Herndon has something to share: He's an "out, proud and happy gay man."
Obama spoke to the country about his plans for immigration reform.
French authorities backed off a claim that a 22-year-old man was connected to beheadings in a recent ISIS video, a day after publicly identifying him.
Of all the great films Mike Nichols made over his long career, one stands alone: "The Graduate." Film was groundbreaking and had many outstanding scenes.
Rashida Jones, Rob Lowe and Jon Hamm will all be returning for the final season of 'Parks & Recreation.'
A Dutch mother single-handedly brings her daughter back from ISIS territory. CNN's Isa Soares has her amazing story.
To say thank you to a soldier who's served in Afghanistan, Jay Leno presented him with a brand new car.
This woman's celebrity impressions are perfection.
Airbag maker Takata apologized at a federal hearing for deaths caused by its devices. CNN's Rene Marsh reports.
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