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News Minute: Here is the latest South Dakota news from The Associated Press at 4:40 p.m. CDT
A Minnesota man suspected in the slaying of a man in South Dakota has been returned to that state to face charges. Jose Vega, of Montevideo, Minnesota, is one of two men charged with murder in the death last week...
North Dakota's bill rises for oil pipeline protest costs
North Dakota's bill for policing protests of the Dakota Access pipeline has risen.
Black Hills residents oppose company's gold search
Some private landowners are opposing a Canadian company's search for gold in a remote area of South Dakota's Black Hills National Forest.
Driver injured, horses killed in interstate crash
The driver of a pickup was injured and two horses were killed in a crash on Interstate 90 east of Sioux Falls.
State investigates officer-involved shooting in Sioux Falls
The South Dakota Division of Criminal Investigation is reviewing a shooting involving an officer in Minnehaha County.
News Minute: Here is the latest Wyoming news from The Associated Press at 3:40 p.m. MDT
A passenger on a Jefferson Lines bus was arrested in Billings after police found 112 pounds of marijuana in his suitcases. It's the third bust on Jefferson Lines buses in a week.
University of Wyoming sees increased enrollment
The University of Wyoming recorded its first increase in enrollment in several years with gains in new freshmen and transfer students this semester.
OK on water disposal sought for Wyoming oil, gas project
Wyoming regulators are being asked to approve a new application to dispose of wastewater underground for a proposed oil and gas project in Natrona and Fremont counties.
Jackson Hole emergency planners say eclipse prep worked well
Emergency planners in Wyoming's Jackson Hole region say the total solar eclipse went well.
Federal reimbursement for Casper fire pending judge's ruling
Federal officials say a Wyoming judge must determine whether the city of Casper is liable for a 2015 fire before they can determine how much it can receive in reimbursement.
EEOC accuses health-care group of pregnancy discrimination
A federal agency is suing a North Dakota health-care provider for allegedly firing a pregnant employee instead of accommodating her pregnancy.
Chancellor asks for probe on pressure over governor primary
The chancellor of the North Dakota University System is asking for the state to investigate what he calls attempts by people to manipulate his office into influencing the 2016 primary election for governor.
Pickup driver charged in fatal buggy crash in NW Minnesota
Prosecutors have charged a pickup driver for rear-ending an Amish buggy and killing a rider in northwestern Minnesota.
News Minute: Here is the latest North Dakota news from The Associated Press at 4:40 p.m. CDT
A state district judge has upheld Williston's July 1 deadline for oil field crew camps to shut down, though the legal battle isn't over. Target Logistics and Lodging Solutions sued the city in April, saying...
North Dakota's bill rises for oil pipeline protest costs
North Dakota's bill for policing protests of the Dakota Access pipeline continues to rise.
Trooper's widow sues sniper's parents for son's actions
The widow of a state trooper has sued the parents of the sniper convicted in her late husband's killing, saying they psychologically manipulated their son "into developing a strong dislike for police and acting on...
Nurse convicted of killing 6 people at Indiana hospital dies
State prison officials say Orville Lynn Majors, who was convicted of killing six people while a nurse at an Indiana hospital, has died.
Police: Tennessee church shooting suspect sent suicidal text
Witnesses and police described a chaotic scene as a masked attacker armed with two guns shot seven people, killing one, in a Tennessee church before he was subdued.
What the latest health overhaul push means for consumers
A last-ditch attempt to replace former President Barack Obama's health care law gives insurance shoppers only a vague sense of what lies ahead if the bill becomes law.
GOP hopes for Senate health care bill flickering out
Top Republicans are adding money to their staggering effort to repeal the Obama health care law and say they're pushing toward a climactic Senate faceoff this week.
Official: Hurricane Maria set Puerto Rico back decades
Large amounts of federal aid are starting to flow into Puerto Rico and local officials are praising the Trump administration's response.
Uber wields new weapon in fight with London: diplomacy
The new CEO of Uber has apologized for past mistakes just days after London told the company it was revoking its operating license.
Feds send aid to Puerto Rico amid growing requests for help
Federal agencies ramp up their response to the humanitarian crisis in Puerto Rico as the Trump administration seeks to blunt criticism its response to Hurricane Maria has been less than for other recent storms.
North Korean diplomat says tweet by Trump 'declared war'
North Korea's foreign minister says Trump's tweet was a declaration of war against his country.
Iraq's Kurds vote on independence, raising regional fears
Polls open in Iraq's Kurdish-run provinces, disputed Kirkuk as Iraqi Kurds vote for independence from Baghdad.
The Latest: Israel premier congratulates Merkel, ignores AfD
A leader of the nationalist Alternative for Germany has laid open differences inside the party after it surged to third place in Germany's election, announcing she won't join its new parliamentary caucus.
German nationalists' triumph rooted in eastern discontent
Leaders of the anti-migrant nationalist Alternative for Germany pledged Monday to use their strong third-place finish to form a robust but "constructive" opposition, and sought to allay fears raised by Jewish...
Contractors accuse Iraq of shake downs to force tax payments
U.S. contractors operating in Iraq have accused Baghdad of strong-arm tactics to force them to pay tax bills, a practice they've warned the Trump administration is undermining the mission to defeat the Islamic...
Lebanon's president says Syrian refugees must return home
The Lebanese president says he wants some 1.5 million Syrian refugees living in his country to henceforth start returning to their homes, voluntarily or not.
Germany: Merkel faces thorny task in building new government
German Chancellor Angela Merkel is embarking on a complicated quest to form a new government and find answers to the rise of a nationalist, anti-migrant party.