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South Dakota AG announces new consumer alert system | Aug 31


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On today's update...

The Attorney General's office has a new way for consumers to keep ahead of scammers. As of August 30, 2023, you can receive consumer alerts via e-mail from the Consumer Protection Division.

The Rapid City Council has approved the first reading of the city's proposed budget. If approved, it would represent a big win for the new mayor's administration.

With a new school year here, now is the time to apply for free or reduced-priced meals. The funds come from the National School Lunch, School Breakfast, Special Milk and Child and Adult Care Food programs.

If 'BEERMAN' can have his vanity plate — why can't 'BEERMOM?' Why was 'HLDMYBR' rejected, but 'BEERRUN' accepted? Those are real-life examples spurring a complaint over what is or isn't allowed on South Dakota plates.

The South Dakota CEO West Women's Business Center is looking for their next leader. Current director Carissa Hauck is leaving to accept a position at the University of Alaska, Fairbanks.

Hundreds of archers gathered in Yankton for he NFAA Outdoor National Target Championships. Archers from all over the U.S. came in hopes of achieving a national archery title.

And more.

Krystal is the local host of "All Things Considered."