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Dozens still displaced after SUV crashes into Rapid City apartment | Apr 15


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On today's update...

A severe car accident changed everything for residents of a Rapid City senior apartment complex. Police say a speeding SUV crashed into the apartment, leaving the driver and passenger of the vehicle dead. But officials say the incident was more than just a car accident.

In spring of 2020, a sinkhole was discovered in a suburban Rapid City development. The sinkhole was created by an abandoned state-owned gypsum mine. Four years later, homeowners are still without closure and a new study says homes are still at risk.

The state Supreme Court rules against the Department of Labor in a case regarding COVID-19 relief funds. In 2020, an insurance agent received more than $25,000 in pandemic unemployment benefits. In 2021, the Department of Labor requested the money back.

Once again, tuition rates are frozen in South Dakota. And the benefit extends to technical schools as well.

And more.

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