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Mitchell baseball players plead not guilty in rape case | Oct 04


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Players on the Mitchell Post 18 baseball team have pleaded not guilty to rape charges for an incident earlier this summer. Six team members are charged relating to the case on counts including second-degree rape and aiding and abetting.

This week marks the 10-year anniversary of a brutal October blizzard. While it was mostly just an early winter nuisance for those in East River, the severity of the storm was nothing short of devastating in ranch country.

SDSU's Ness School of Management and Economics announces a new outreach location in downtown Sioux Falls. In partnership with Startup Sioux Falls, the Ness School Downtown Outpost will offer workshops, career fairs, career coaching and more.

A U.S. government construction and engineering firm has been awarded more than $43 million. The money is for a B-21 weapons training facility in South Dakota.

Garretson School District receives three electric buses and power recharge stations. Grant funding from the federal government's Clean School Bus Program has provided electric buses to a total of six school districts in the state.

And more.

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