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.