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Fentanyl, shots fired, Native education, and gathering with love

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In the Moment airs live at 12CT/11MT. The audio will be attached to this webpage soon after the show airs.

On today's show

Pennington County Sheriff's Department Captain Tony Harrison joins us to talk about the stark increase in deadly fentanyl pills and what South Dakotans need to know about the street drug.

Understanding our history helps us shape a better future. Tonight's South Dakota Focus explores the revision process for South Dakota's social studies standards along with a volunteer program that helps elders on the Cheyenne River Reservation. Host Jackie Hendry joins us with more.

Are police officers shooting citizens because they have been trained to see the worst-case scenario in every potential encounter? A new FRONTLINE tonight on SDPB TV investigates the use of deadly force in Utah. Abby Ellis is writer, producer, and director of Shots Fired. This is an inside look at police training, tactics, and accountability.

SDPB's Jackie Hendry heads into the classroom for a look at Native American education in the Sioux Falls school district in this preview of tonight's South Dakota Focus.

SDPB's Stel Kline reports on a watch party in Watertown for the new season of the HBO program We're Here. One episode of the drag queen spectacular features the community of Watertown.

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