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|Women Testify Against Mexican Police For Sexual Torture In International CourtSDPB Radio / 5 h. 16 min. ago more|
On Thursday and Friday, five women testified before the Inter-American Court for Human Rights and demanded an investigation regarding sexual torture at the hands of Mexican police forces. The abuse happened in May 2006 following a clash between protesters and state forces in the state of Mexico. There are 11 women involved in the case, seeking justice for abuse they suffered in the towns of San Salvador Atenco and Texcoco. During the police crackdown on demonstrators, ordered by then-governor, and current president, Enrique Peña Nieto, two people were killed and many were injured. The women say they were beaten, tortured and raped following the confrontation. During the court proceedings, which were posted online , the Mexican government said the state recognized the abuse and accepted responsibility in 2013, offering monetary reparations to the women. The " Women of Atenco ," as they are called, refused the offer, saying they wanted those responsible to be held accountable instead. To
|Zimmer: South Dakota State's win over South Dakota Coyotes the culmination of an impressive turnaround - Sioux Falls Argus LeaderGoogle News / 8 h. 30 min. ago more|
Sioux Falls Argus LeaderZimmer: South Dakota State's win over South Dakota Coyotes the culmination of an impressive turnaroundSioux Falls Argus LeaderVERMILLION – As an All-American tight end and future NFL draft pick, South Dakota State tight end Dallas Goedert has as bymuch leeway as anyone on the Jackrabbit team to speak his mind. And after an SDSU win over Missouri State a month ago, he let ...
|BC-FBC–S. Dakota St.-South Dakota Stats - WTOPGoogle News / 8 h. 31 min. ago more|
BC-FBC–S. Dakota St.-South Dakota StatsWTOPRUSHING_S. Dakota St., I. Wallace 10-69, B. Mengarelli 9-36, M. Daniel 5-4, C. Vinatieri 1-(minus 9), T. Christion 11-(minus 10). South Dakota, M. Fredrick 15-123, K. Henry 17-109, C. Streveler 12-65. PASSING_S. Dakota St., T. Christion 23-36-1-299 ...
|South Dakota State fends off South Dakota 31-28 - Washington PostGoogle News / 9 h. 13 min. ago more|
Sioux City JournalSouth Dakota State fends off South Dakota 31-28Washington PostVERMILLION, S.D. — Taryn Christion threw for 299 yards and three touchdowns and South Dakota State held off upset-minded South Dakota 31-28 on Saturday. The Jackrabbits (9-2, 6-2 Missouri Valley Football Conference) have won a series-record nine ...Hagedorn leads South Dakota to 84-55 win over GramblingMadison.comSouth Dakota State clips CoyotesSioux City JournalSouth Dakota State's Dallas Goedert pulls off amazing one-handed ...Sioux Falls Argus LeaderKansas City Star -KSN-TV -USA TODAYall 75 news articles »
|Post-Election Violence Continues In Kenya, As Opposition Leader ReturnsSDPB Radio / 11 h. 9 min. ago more|
Copyright 2017 NPR. To see more, visit MICHEL MARTIN, HOST: We're going to start the program today in Kenya, which is in the middle of a political standoff, a standoff which is fueling deadly clashes between police and demonstrators. Yesterday, at least five people were killed in clashes between demonstrators and security services after the leader of the opposition returned home after a visit overseas. Now, this all comes after the country has held two presidential elections in the past three months - the second was just last month. The Supreme Court is considering a challenge to that second election. NPR's East Africa correspondent Eyder Peralta is with us now from Nairobi to tell us more. Hi, Eyder. EYDER PERALTA, BYLINE: Hi, Michel. MARTIN: So what happened yesterday? PERALTA: Yeah. So, you know, the opposition leader, Raila Odinga, he's been out of the country for about 10 days. And before he flew back yesterday, the opposition got word that they wanted about a million people to
|Amid Overwhelming Calls For Mugabe To Step Down, What's Next For Zimbabwe?SDPB Radio / 11 h. 9 min. ago more|
Copyright 2017 NPR. To see more, visit MICHEL MARTIN, HOST: Now to Zimbabwe, where there are events taking place that couldn't have been imagined just a few months ago. Thousands of protesters marched outside of the Zimbabwe statehouse in the capital Harare this morning. The protesters were there to show their opposition to longtime president Robert Mugabe, an act that would have led to arrests during most of the 37 years that he was in power. Mugabe was placed under house arrest by the military earlier this week, but his motorcade has since been seen moving around the capital. And his apparent removal from power also raises questions about what's next for the country and for the region. For more on this, we've called Kevin Sieff. He's the Africa bureau chief for The Washington Post. He's in Harare, and we reached him via Skype. Kevin Sieff, thanks so much for speaking with us. KEVIN SIEFF: Sure, happy to be here. MARTIN: So tell me more about the demonstration today. Who was there,
|Women's basketball: South Dakota Coyotes top Wichita State 62-48 - Sioux Falls Argus LeaderGoogle News / 11 h. 14 min. ago more|
Sioux Falls Argus LeaderWomen's basketball: South Dakota Coyotes top Wichita State 62-48Sioux Falls Argus LeaderSouth Dakota outscored Wichita State by 15 points in the second quarter and the USD women's basketball team held onto the lead through the second half to ...and more »
|AC/DC Cofounder And Guitarist Malcolm Young Dies, Age 64SDPB Radio / 11 h. 26 min. ago more|
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pAgnJDJN4VA Updated at 11:05 p.m. ET One of the founding members of AC/DC, among the best-selling bands in recorded music history, died Saturday. Guitarist and songwriter Malcolm Young was 64 years old. Young's family, which announced his death in a statement, noted that he had suffered from dementia for several years. The place of his death was not shared, though the statement mentioned that he "passed away peacefully with his family by his bedside." In April of 2014, AC/DC announced that Young would be "taking a break from the band to ill health," without disclosing the nature of his illness; in September of that same year, the band revealed that he had dementia. Young's nephew, Stevie Young, toured and recorded with the group in his place. AC/DC was founded in Sydney, Australia, by two brothers, Malcolm (the seventh of eight children in the Young family) and his younger brother Angus. The brothers, who were born in Glasgow, Scotland (Malcolm on Jan. 6
|U.S. Says PLO Office Must Close After Palestinians Call To Prosecute IsraelSDPB Radio / 11 h. 41 min. ago more|
Copyright 2017 NPR. To see more, visit MICHEL MARTIN, HOST: And one more story with international implications. The U.S. State Department says the Palestinian diplomatic mission in the U.S. must close. A State Department official says the move is in response to Palestinian leadership calling on the International Criminal Court to prosecute Israel. NPR's Daniel Estrin is with us from Southern Israel to tell us more. Daniel, thanks so much for joining us. DANIEL ESTRIN, BYLINE: Sure. MARTIN: So what does this office do, and what is the State Department's reasoning behind the decision to close it? ESTRIN: Well, the Palestinians, you know, don't have a state yet, so it's not an embassy per se, but it's a diplomatic mission that functions very similarly to an embassy. And every six months, the secretary of state has to determine if this diplomatic mission can remain open because Congress imposed restrictions a couple of years ago that the Palestinian office cannot operate in the U.S. if the
|Museum Of The Bible Mission Shifts 'To Engage All People' In The History And NarrativeSDPB Radio / 11 h. 41 min. ago more|
Copyright 2017 NPR. To see more, visit MICHEL MARTIN, HOST: A new museum opened its doors to the public today in Washington, D.C. - the Museum of the Bible. JUDAH WINEHEART: I'm really excited to see the Gutenberg Bible. They've got a leaf from the first edition. FLORENTINO JOSAN: I want to see the people of the Bible, how they lived in living color. MICHAEL LOWE: I'm excited to see the David and Goliath exhibit. REJOICE TENARIFA: All the Bible characters. You're going to it real - I mean, not real but 3-D, I guess. OFELIA MOLINA: The Bible is my favorite book. It's so wonderful if you read and then you can see. JONATHAN GRAY: I mean, Washington, D.C., is the seat of government, and we work very hard to separate the two, religion and government. So to see it in the seat of government is a testimony to how important the Bible is. It's part of our landscape as a culture. MARTIN: That was Judah Wineheart (ph), Florentino Josan (ph), Michael Lowe (ph), Rejoice Tenarifa (ph), Ofelia Molina
|Rethinking Bill Clinton Amid Sexual Harassment DebatesSDPB Radio / 11 h. 41 min. ago more|
Copyright 2017 NPR. To see more, visit MICHEL MARTIN, HOST: We're going to move now to one of the issues roiling our politics back here in the U.S. and that is sexual harassment. In Alabama, Republican Roy Moore is facing a tough battle in his run for the U.S. Senate. Several women have come forward to say that when Moore was a prosecutor in his 30s, he made unwanted sexual advances toward them. Several report this occurred when they were teenagers. He denies those reports. And Democratic Senator Al Franken has been under fire with accusations that he groped an entertainer on a tour to entertain overseas troops. That was before he took office. The senator has apologized. And, of course, there have been numerous allegations of sexual misconduct against other powerful men in Hollywood, media, business and in the current White House. NPR is among the organizations that have fired or suspended male executives who have been accused of harassment. It's against that backdrop that The Atlantic
|Joe Biden Remembers His Son In His New MemoirSDPB Radio / 11 h. 41 min. ago more|
This week, former Vice President Joe Biden spoke with NPR's Michel Martin, promoting his new book that reflects on his late son Beau's battle with brain cancer. During the interview, Biden also told NPR he has "no plans" to run in the 2020 presidential election. Although Martin and Biden's conversation touched on many topics, it was apparent Beau's memory and presence continue to be at the forefront of his mind. Along with his book, family and 2020 election prospects, NPR asked about Anita Hill's allegations of sexual harassment against Justice Clarence Thomas. In 1991, Biden was the chairman of the Senate Judicial Committee during Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas's confirmation hearing when Hill's accusations came to light. People criticized Biden's handling of the hearing, blaming him for apathy towards Hill. With the so-called Weinstein effect empowering women to come forward regarding sexual harassment and abuse, Hill's case has resurfaced, with many criticizing the way her
|To Save Their Water Supply, Colorado Farmers Taxed ThemselvesSDPB Radio / 11 h. 41 min. ago more|
The Western U.S. is just starting to recover after a prolonged, 16-year drought. A lack of water can force people to take a hard look at how they use it, and make big changes. That's what happened in southern Colorado, where farmers have tried a bold experiment: They're taxing themselves to boost conservation. Colorado's San Luis Valley is a desperately dry stretch of land, about the same size as New Jersey. Doug Messick manages potato farms for the valley's Spud Grower Farms. This fall, his fields were full of Russets — the kind you'd use for a loaded baked potato. Hanging from a metal arm above the plants, dozens of nozzles spray down perfect little water droplets. The irrigation water keeps the fields green. Without it, this valley is just a desert. Messick pumps water from a shallow aquifer under our feet. Today there's enough to keep it running. When that epic drought started 16 years ago, "the aquifer was declining," Messick says. "But nobody really started noticing until they
|Azzedine Alaia, French Fashion Designer Known As The 'King Of Cling,' DiesSDPB Radio / 12 h. 32 min. ago more|
Azzedine Alaia, the French-Tunisian designer known for his figure-sculpting fashions, has died at 77, the French Federation of Haute Couture and Fashion confirmed on Saturday. In his more than four decades in the fashion industry, Alaia gained a reputation for going rogue; he refused to follow the calendar of international fashion weeks and released his collections only when he was ready. He rose to fame for his body-hugging designs that celebrated the female form. "I like women," Alaia said in a 2013 interview. "I never think about doing new things, about being creative, but about making clothing that will make women beautiful." Alaia earned the nickname "the king of cling" for his form fitting dresses that were worn by some of the biggest stars of the 1980s and '90s, such as Madonna and the model, Naomi Campbell, who was one of his protégées and referred to him as "Papa." As he updated those designs, his cohort of celebrity fans grew to include Lady Gaga and former First Lady
|Palestinians Threaten To Suspend Talks If U.S. Closes PLO MissionSDPB Radio / 13 h. 11 min. ago more|
The Palestinians threatened on Saturday to cease communication with the United States if the White House closes its diplomatic mission in Washington, D.C., lodging a potential thorn in President Trump's plans for Mideast peace. The State Department says the office of the Palestine Liberation Organization must close under a little-known provision in U.S. law that forbids it from requesting Israelis be prosecuted for crimes against Palestinians. Trump may reverse the closure within 90 days if the Palestinians prove they are engaging in peace negotiations with the Israelis. The Associated Press reports it is not "clear that the office would close or whether the Palestinians would have to clear out of the building entirely or just close it to the public." In an interview on Palestine Radio on Saturday, Palestinian Foreign Minister Riad Malki said, "The Palestinian leadership will not accept any extortion or pressure" from the United States. Palestinian official Saeb Erekat says this move
|Feeding South Dakota turkey giveaway brightens families' holiday - KotatvGoogle News / 13 h. 22 min. ago more|
KotatvFeeding South Dakota turkey giveaway brightens families' holidayKotatvFeeding South Dakota has brightened up the thanksgiving holiday for 500 families. About 30 volunteers gathered at the Central State Fair Grounds in Rapid City ...Feeding South Dakota gives out 500 free turkeys - KEVNKEVN Black Hills Foxall 2 news articles »
|Thousands March Through Zimbabwe's Capital To Urge Mugabe To Step DownSDPB Radio / 16 h. 30 min. ago more|
Tens of thousands of euphoric Zimbabweans marched through the country's capital on Saturday to celebrate what may be the near end of President Robert Mugabe's reign. Mugabe, one of Africa's last living independence leaders, had been in power for nearly four decades, until this week when the military ousted him in what it is describing as a "bloodless correction." Journalist Jeffrey Barbee tells Weekend Edition the mood on the streets of Harare was "jubilant, not a rock to be thrown ... peaceful but excited." "People are really excited to see the end of Mugabe," he says. Crowds of exuberant demonstrators marched toward Mugabe's residence in an act of defiance against his abuse of power, which had been going on for decades. Similar protests took place in other parts of the country and abroad. Earlier this week, the military seized control in response to a political power struggle over who would rule Zimbabwe after Mugabe, who has led the former British colony since it gained independence
|County Spends $1500 Per Year Replacing Bullet-Ridden Signs - U.S. News & World ReportGoogle News / 17 h. 11 min. ago more|
County Spends $1500 Per Year Replacing Bullet-Ridden SignsU.S. News & World ReportCounty Spends $1,500 Per Year Replacing Bullet-Ridden Signs. Officials say hunters who use road signs to site their rifles are costing their western South Dakota county about $1,500 per year. Nov. 18, 2017, at 12:19 p.m.. County Spends $1,500 Per Year ...and more »
|A scientist who finds pharmaceutical promise in the venom of cone snailsSDPB Radio / 17 h. 53 min. ago more|
Nestled inside its bright, patterned shell, the cone snail cuts a familiar figure in tropical waters — you may have even collected its shell on a walk along the beach. But watch your touch — every species of cone snail is venomous, and some, like Conus geographus , can even kill humans. But cone snail venom doesn’t deter Mandë Holford, an associate professor of chemistry and biochemistry at Hunter College and a research associate at the American Museum of Natural History. She uses salad tongs and scuba gloves to collect cone snails, and back in her lab, she studies their venom for compounds that offer novel treatments for everything from cancer to chronic pain. Her work is detailed in Science Friday’s latest video from its “ Breakthrough: Portraits of Women in Science ” series. Holford explains that cone snails use their venom to hunt, harpooning nearby fish and worms with the tip of their tonguelike proboscis and paralyzing them with the powerful toxin. Then, the snails swallow their
|Fresh Air Weekend: Helping LA Gang Members; 'Stranger Things 2' CreatorsSDPB Radio / 18 h. 27 min. ago more|
Fresh Air Weekend highlights some of the best interviews and reviews from past weeks, and new program elements specially paced for weekends. Our weekend show emphasizes interviews with writers, filmmakers, actors and musicians, and often includes excerpts from live in-studio concerts. This week: Priest Responds To Gang Members' 'Lethal Absence Of Hope' With Jobs, And Love: Homeboy Industries founder Father Greg Boyle has spent 30 years working in LA with gang members and young people transitioning out of prison. His new book is Barking to the Choir. Taylor Swift Pushes Further Into Electro-Pop With 'Reputation': Swift brings together pulsing drumbeats, surging keyboards and multi-tracked vocals on her new album. The result is a record that mixes passion and emotion with careful control. 'Stranger Things 2' Creators Wanted A Sequel That Topped The Original: Brothers Ross and Matt Duffer return to the fictional town of Hawkins, Ind., for the second season of their Neflix series. "We
|The Latest: Macron says trying to avoid Mideast favoritismSouth Dakota News / 1 d. 4 h. 15 min. ago more|
The wife of Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore says her husband will not step down in the face of sexual misconduct allegations. A new report issued Friday says auto companies have replaced only 57 percent of potentially deadly Takata air bag inflators, even though recalls have been under way for more than 15 years.
|Mykhailiuk helps No. 4 Kansas rout South Dakota State, 98-64ABCNews.com / 1 d. 6 h. 50 min. ago more|
Svi Mykhailiuk scored a career-high 27 points, Lagerald Vick finished with 22 and fourth-ranked Kansas routed Summit League favorite South Dakota State 98-64
|Keystone pipeline leak won't affect last regulatory hurdleSouth Dakota News / 1 d. 8 h. 53 min. ago more|
The Keystone pipeline leaked an estimated 210,000 gallons of oil onto agricultural land in northeast South Dakota, TransCanada Corp. and regulators said. Officials don't believe any surface water bodies or drinking water systems were polluted.
|Top 20 onshore US petroleum spills since 2010ABCNews.com / 1 d. 10 h. 26 min. ago more|
The spill of an estimated 210,000 gallons of crude oil in South Dakota from TransCanada's Keystone Pipeline is one of the 20 largest onshore oil or petroleum product spills since 2010
|Correction: Keystone pipeline leaks 210K gallons of oilABCNews.com / 1 d. 11 h. 22 min. ago more|
Correction: TransCanada Corp. says its Keystone pipeline has leaked an estimated 210,000 gallons of oil in South Dakota.
|South Dakota Inmate Alleges Warden Withheld Hormone Therapy ... - U.S. News & World ReportGoogle News / 1 d. 12 h. 2 min. ago more|
KotatvSouth Dakota Inmate Alleges Warden Withheld Hormone Therapy ...U.S. News & World ReportSIOUX FALLS, S.D. (AP) — An inmate is suing the warden of a South Dakota prison for allegedly withholding hormone therapy treatment.South Dakota inmate alleges warden withheld hormone therapyWashington Postall 2 news articles »
|South Dakota inmate alleges warden withheld hormone therapyABCNews.com / 1 d. 12 h. 8 min. ago more|
An inmate is suing the warden of a South Dakota prison, alleging he withheld hormone therapy treatment as retaliation for a past complaint
|TransCanada says 210,000 gallons of oil leaked from Keystone pipeline in South DakotaABCNews.com / 1 d. 12 h. 59 min. ago|
|PHOTO: An aerial view shows the darkened ground of an oil spill which shut down the Keystone pipeline between Canada and the United States, located in an agricultural area near Amherst, South Dakota, ...ABCNews.com / 1 d. 12 h. 59 min. ago more|
PHOTO: An aerial view shows the darkened ground of an oil spill which shut down the Keystone pipeline between Canada and the United States, located in an agricultural area near Amherst, South Dakota, U.S., in this photo provided November 17, 2017.
|State Confirms Bovine TB in Another South Dakota Beef Herd - U.S. News & World ReportGoogle News / 1 d. 13 h. 15 min. ago more|
Tri-State Livestock NewsState Confirms Bovine TB in Another South Dakota Beef HerdU.S. News & World ReportState Veterinarian Dustin Oedekoven (OH'-dih-koh-ven) said Friday that inspectors found an infected cow during routine inspections at a Texas slaughterhouse last month. Records linked that cow to a beef herd in Tripp County of southwestern South Dakota.Tuberculosis discovered in Tripp County, South Dakota | TSLN.comTri-State Livestock Newsall 3 news articles »
|South Dakota inmate sues warden over hormone therapySouth Dakota News / 1 d. 13 h. 42 min. ago more|
The Argus Leader reports that 32-year-old Cody Caskey filed a lawsuit accusing Mike Durfee State Prison Warden Bob Dooley of denying access to estrogen and testosterone blockers. Caskey says the lack of hormone treatment has led to suicidal thoughts.
|Keystone Pipeline Leaks 210000 Gallons of Oil in South Dakota - Snopes.comGoogle News / 1 d. 20 h. ago more|
Snopes.comKeystone Pipeline Leaks 210000 Gallons of Oil in South DakotaSnopes.comPIERRE, S.D. (AP) — TransCanada Corp.'s Keystone pipeline leaked an estimated 210,000 gallons of oil onto agricultural land in northeastern South Dakota, but state officials don't believe the leak polluted any surface water bodies or drinking water ...Correction: Keystone Pipeline Leaks 210K Gallons of OilU.S. News & World ReportKeystone Pipeline Oil Spill Reported In South DakotaNPRSouth Dakota pipeline spill will take months to clean upReutersTransCanada -KSFY -Washington Post -CNNall 374 news articles »
|Gubernatorial candidate Kristi Noem: Dramatic change is needed in PierreSouth Dakota News / 2 d. 2 h. ago more|
Tonight we continue our conversations with the first front runners for South Dakota governor by talking with Republican Kristi Noem. We spent part of this last Sunday afternoon at Noem's home in Castlewood to talk about her experience in Washington and what she would bring to Pierre.
|Keystone Pipeline Leaks 210K Gallons Of Crude Oil In S. DakotaSouth Dakota News / 2 d. 6 h. 28 min. ago more|
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|Keystone pipeline leaks 210K gallons of oil in South DakotaABCNews.com / 2 d. 9 h. 23 min. ago more|
TransCanada Corp. says its Keystone pipeline has leaked an estimated 210,000 gallons of oil in South Dakota.
|210,000-gallon oil leak reported on Keystone pipeline in South DakotaABCNews.com / 2 d. 11 h. 20 min. ago more|
TransCanada, the pipeline's owner, said the leak is under investigation.
|The Latest: Sierra Club urges Nebraska to reject Keystone XLABCNews.com / 2 d. 11 h. 20 min. ago more|
TransCanada Corp. says its Keystone pipeline has leaked an estimated 210,000 gallons of oil in South Dakota.
|Excerpts from recent South Dakota editorialsSouth Dakota News / 2 d. 15 h. 48 min. ago more|
Last Saturday, America honored its veterans with a holiday that beseeches us to remember our soldiers and the sacrifices they have made and continue to make for this country. On Veterans Day, the Press & Dakotan published an article about Post Traumatic Stress Disorder , which is inflicting a larger number of soldiers than many people may realize.
|'Pink slime' worker aid application deadline approachesABCNews.com / 3 d. 14 h. 2 min. ago more|
An aid fund application deadline is looming for workers laid off by South Dakota meat producer Beef Products Inc
|'Pink slime' worker aid fund applications due SaturdaySouth Dakota News / 3 d. 19 h. 43 min. ago more|
The Dakota Dunes-based company in September set up a $10 million fund for employees who lost their jobs when the company closed three plants in 2012 over reports of a beef product critics dubbed "pink slime." The Yankton Daily Press & Dakotan reports applications for the BPI Family Support Fund are due Saturday.
|47 Law Enforcement Certification Students to Graduate November 17, 2017South Dakota News / 4 d. 17 h. 15 min. ago more|
Attorney General Marty Jackley announced today that graduation for the 165th Basic Law Enforcement Certification class is scheduled for Friday, November 17, 2017, at the Mickelson Criminal Justice Center, Pierre, S.D. beginning at 10:00 a.m. . "These students have dedicated 13-weeks of training to becoming certified law enforcement officers, while spending this time away from family and friends," said Jackley.
|Maine's governor wants to ignore the will of voters. He's not alone.South Dakota News / 10 d. 11 h. 20 min. ago more|
Less than a day after voters in Maine voted to expand Medicaid in their state, Gov. Paul LePage moved quickly to subvert their democratic will, announcing Wednesday that he will not implement the expansion until it is " fully funded by the Legislature ." This is not the first time that elected officials in the state have blatantly ignored voters in this way.
|South Dakota's 2017 pheasant collapse extends to lands groomed for holding birdsSouth Dakota News / 11 d. 8 h. 21 min. ago more|
Hunters Joe Heckman of Chicago, left, and Mike Ward of St. Paul worked their way through a field of planted rows of trees, grass and shrubs on a private farm in Edmunds County in South Dakota. Their group, including Blake Fish, below, of Clutier, Iowa, averaged one pheasant per day per hunter.
|Reservation Hospital Pulled From Federal Medicare ProgramSouth Dakota News / 11 d. 15 h. 28 min. ago more|
Recent documents show that the government's decision to cut off Medicare and Medicaid payments to an Indian Health Service hospital in South Dakota was motivated by the case of a patient who the government says died after an inaccurate assessment. A review by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services says Pine Ridge Hospital inaccurately determined the severity of a patient's condition, which led to delays in appropriate care and his death.
|South Dakota man reportedly under fire for wearing blackface and holding 'will stand for money' sign - Fox NewsGoogle News / 19 d. 5 h. 52 min. ago more|
New York PostSouth Dakota man reportedly under fire for wearing blackface and holding 'will stand for money' signFox NewsSouth Dakota State spokesman Mike Lockrem claimed they are aware of the photo and the school's Office of Diversity, Inclusion, Equity and Access “has reached out to the individual,” adding that “Some dialogue has been started, but beyond that, I don't ...South Dakota man's blackface costume prompts backlashMinneapolis Star Tribuneall 6 news articles »