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Protests appear likely as Trump visit to Rapid City approaches | Sep 07


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On today's update...

The PUC unanimously voted to reject Navigator CO2 Venture's application to build a carbon capture pipeline in South Dakota. The project faced opposition throughout from some landowners and lawmakers over safety and use of eminent domain.

Do you know your First Amendment rights? With protests expected in Rapid City in the next 24 hours, free speech advocates want to make sure folks using their voices are being safe and respected.

The head of South Dakota's Department of Public Safety is retiring from state government. Republican Governor Kristi Noem is already announcing his replacement.

More than four million student loan borrowers have enrolled in the new SAVE plan offered by the Biden-Harris Administration. This includes around 11,000 South Dakotans, according to a new White House report.

The Avera Research Institute has been awarded $58 million to be distributed over seven years. The healthcare network says the money will go toward research to benefit health of mothers and children in Native and rural communities.

The National Music Museum has opened seven new galleries. It took five years to reopen the museum doors.

And more.

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