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Sioux Falls, SD, United States

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'I don't think they ran away': Retired homicide detective delves into 1993 missing persons mystery

In this latest episode of Dakota Spotlight, the investigative true crime podcast, host James Wolner and co-producer Jeremy Fugleberg work with a retired North Dakota homicide detective, Bob Haas, to review four theories about what happened to Kristin Diede and Bob Anderson. → Read More

'A lot of fear': Kristin Diede haunted by assault, fear in months before 1993 disappearance, friends say

After a Minnesota judge threw the book at Kristin Diede's estranged husband, Clyde, over a domestic assault conviction, Kristin should have felt shielded by a two-year no-contact order. But it was clear to friends she still didn't feel safe. → Read More

Search into background of 1993 missing couple reveals telling details

In the latest episode of investigative true crime podcast Dakota Spotlight, James Wolner and Jeremy Fugleberg dig into the backgrounds of Kristin Diede and Bob Anderson, the couple who vanished from small North Dakota town in mid-August 1993, and find telling details. → Read More

In South Dakota, a record week in new COVID-19 cases, likely fueled by omicron variant

Friday's COVID-19 data update by state health officials concludes a week of eye-popping daily reports, including several of the highest daily new case counts since the start of the pandemic. → Read More

In South Dakota, active COVID-19 cases top 10K for first time since late 2020

The South Dakota Department of Health reported 3,047 people had newly tested positive in the state, raising the active case tally nearly 2,000 cases to 10,753 people who had a positive test result and were still considered able to spread the virus. That's the highest active case count since Dec. 16, 2020. → Read More

In South Dakota, 6 COVID-19 deaths, active cases plateau

There are now 2,456 South Dakotans who have died with COVID-19, with 122 fatalities reported this month alone and 26 in the past week. Active cases have essentially plateaued in the past week at about 7,200 cases statewide, as recoveries have roughly equaled newly reported positive cases. → Read More

In South Dakota, 6 COVID-19 deaths, active cases plateau

There are now 2,456 South Dakotans who have died with COVID-19, with 122 fatalities reported this month alone and 26 in the past week. Active cases have essentially plateaued in the past week at about 7,200 cases statewide, as recoveries have roughly equaled newly reported positive cases. → Read More

Omicron variant of COVID-19 detected in South Dakota

The findings were verified by the state public health lab in Pierre from a male in his 20s in Minnehaha County. → Read More

South Dakota marks second-largest monthly COVID-19 death toll of 2021

While over half of South Dakotans have gotten a full series of the COVID-19 vaccine, vaccination rates in the state have lagged behind national averages, only 30% of those eligible have gotten booster shots and hospitals officials are reporting unvaccinated COVID-19 patients are straining hospital resources. → Read More

In South Dakota, December COVID-19 deaths top 100

South Dakota health officials reported five fatalities on Monday, raising the number of South Dakotans who have died with COVID-19 to 2,438, with 104 of those deaths reported thus far in December. → Read More

South Dakota COVID-19 hospitalizations hit 2021 high

The following are the state Department of Health COVID-19 case rates, deaths, hospitalizations and vaccinations tracked by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention as of Tuesday, Dec. 14. All data is the latest available but should be considered preliminary and could be updated at a later date by health officials. → Read More

In South Dakota, COVID-19 deaths top 2,400

South Dakota health officials reported nine new death reports on Monday, raising the state's COVID-19 toll to 2,407. The state Department of Health has reported 73 fatalities so far in December alone. → Read More

South Dakota reports 6 COVID-19 deaths; toll nears 2,400

The following are the state Department of Health COVID-19 case rates, deaths, hospitalizations and vaccinations tracked by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention as of Friday. All data is the latest available but should be considered preliminary and could be updated at a later date by health officials. → Read More

South Dakota's COVID-19 surge at its deadliest since January

Of reported fatalities in South Dakota, 72 were listed in the last two weeks alone, which includes death certificates reported to the state Department of Health over the Thanksgiving holiday. That's the highest two-week total since the last two weeks in January. → Read More

9 new South Dakota COVID-19 deaths, hospitalizations climb

The number of active cases in South Dakota has held relatively steady at about 7,700 this week, indicating the number of new cases are equaling recoveries — a rough measure of the surge. Still, new COVID-19 hospitalizations remain steady at about 30 a day, and there are an increasing number of newly reported fatalities. → Read More

South Dakota COVID-19 hospitalizations at highest since Jan. 13

A winter surge continues as over 1,000 South Dakotans tested positive for the coronavirus, now 10 days since Thanksgiving. → Read More

14 more South Dakotans die with COVID-19, state reports

Nearly 500 more South Dakotans were also infected newly with the deadly virus, said the state on Monday, Dec. 6, sending the state's overall active case load higher to 7,682. Nearly 250 South Dakotans are hospitalized with COVID. → Read More

Despite resurgent COVID-19 in South Dakota, vaccinations inch up slowly

South Dakota vaccination rates continue to lag the national average. While nearly 60% of the U.S. population is fully vaccinated against COVID-19, only about 55% of South Dakotans have gotten their jabs, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. That's only about 43,000 people since the state passed the halfway mark in early September. → Read More

In South Dakota, active COVID-19 cases rebound, 6 deaths reported

State health officials reported six state residents have died with COVID-19, raising the death toll to 2,355. There are 21 COVID-19 fatalities reported in December thus far. November was the deadliest month of the pandemic since January, with 114 fatalities. → Read More

South Dakota COVID-19 active case fall 475, drop below 6,800

Active cases, which measure newly reported COVID-19 cases against new recoveries, had been steadily rising over the last month but fell 475 to 6,778 on Tuesday, but remain high. → Read More