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Sioux Falls churches unite to help feed Ukrainian people | March 21

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On today's update...

Two Sioux Falls churches are sending money for food, fuel, medicine and other necessities to Ukrainian families in need.

South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem has signed five bills to make changes to the state’s medical marijuana laws, including putting a cap on the number of cannabis plants that medical marijuana patients can grow in their homes.

South Dakota’s Second Century Habitat Fund announced Brian Bashore as its Executive Director. The nonprofit organization works to educate landowners on the importance of grassland to improve pheasant habitat in South Dakota.

Health officials in South Dakota say COVID-19 case rates have dropped so dramatically they'll no longer give daily updates.

The USD Women’s Basketball team is returning to Vermillion for a week of practice before their next game. The team beat the number two seeded Baylor 61 to 47 on Sunday.

And more.

Megan hosts All Things Considered and the SDPB News podcast.