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AG Jason Ravnsborg had two close calls with police before fatal car crash, impeachment probe to cost taxpayers $87,000 | April 04


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South Dakota Attorney General Jason Ravnsborg twice caused police officers to hit their brakes to avoid his errant driving in the months before he struck and killed a pedestrian in 2020.

State House Speaker Spencer Gosh says impeachment proceedings into Attorney General Jason Ravnsborg will cost state taxpayers at least $87,000.

Lawmakers are budgeting millions to address problems with Pierre’s Capitol Lake and nearby memorials. That could mean the end of an attraction called the Flaming Fountain.

The U.S. Drought Monitor for South Dakota is showing drought conditions will likely persist this year. This has ranchers praying for the best and planning for the worst.

South Dakota State Women’s basketball team beat Seton Hall 82 - 50 in the championship game to win the program's first Women’s National Invitation Tournament title Saturday.

And more.

Megan hosts All Things Considered and the SDPB News podcast.