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Ravnsborg crash investigation file released completing promise to the public | March 31


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The investigation file into the fatal car crash involving Attorney General Jason Ravnsborg is now public. It completes a promise to the public that the file would get released.

Governor Kristi Noem has vetoed a bill that would have automatically removed a one-time marijuana offense from a person’s criminal record after five years.

For the second election cycle, there is no Democrat running for South Dakota’s U.S. House seat. However, Representative Dusty Johnson does face a Republican primary challenger.

The former U.S. Ambassador to the Russian Federation says Ukrainian military forces are striving to hand Russian President Vladimir Putin his first large-scale military defeat in decades.

The move comes after lawmakers increased base funding for the university system by more than $8.6 million in the session that ended earlier this month. The South Dakota Board of Regents has agreed to freeze tuition at the state’s six public universities.

And more.

Megan hosts All Things Considered and the SDPB News podcast.