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Air Force and local authority plan free water system to replace contaminated wells | March 17

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On today's update...

About 100 people near Box Elder rely on bottled water and a filtration system. That’s because Ellsworth Air Force Base accidently contaminated their drinking water. But a new solution is on the way.

April 12th is election day for many cities across South Dakota. The initiative “Vote Sioux Falls” aims to get 200 new voters registered by March 28th.

An appeals court has revived a Biden administration effort to account for potential damage from greenhouse gas emissions when creating rules for polluting industries.

 For years Americans have been told autonomous technology was improving and that driverless vehicles were just around the corner. Finally they’re here, but to catch a glimpse of them, you’ll need to go to a farm.

Fourth-seeded Providence snapped the longest winning streak in college basketball by beating South Dakota State 66-57 in the first round of the NCAA Tournament.

And more.

Megan hosts All Things Considered and the SDPB News podcast.