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Monument, Sanford, Avera patients affected by data breach | Sep 18


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On today's update...

A data breach at a medical tech company has touched three major South Dakota healthcare providers. Monument Health, Sanford, and Avera each confirmed that a breach at DMS Health Technologies could impat patients.

The FBI is offering $10,000 to anyone with information on a Todd County vehicular homicide. According to the FBI, a car driving on Highway 63 hit Micheliegh Iron Cloud and her son last June.

A state legislative committee is focused on the financial needs of counties as lawmakers consider ideas for the upcoming session. The goal — to narrow a list of legislative priorities on behalf of counties.

More processing and tribal meat inspection. That's what officials who are tasked with getting buffalo into native communities say are needed in the next Farm Bill.

The Environmental Protection Agency has approved a $1 million grant for pollution reduction efforts in Rapid City. However, Mayor Jason Salamun wants the newly elected council to take a second look at the plan.

Pennington County State's Attorney Lara Roetzel says she's decided on how to proceed with a homicide case involving the death of a transgender Native American woman. However, she will not make that decision public until she wraps up a current court case in six weeks.

And more.

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