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U.S. COVID-19 cases surge past 11 million
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U.S. surpasses 10 million coronavirus cases
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South Dakota Governor Refuses To Believe Dead People Didn't Vote In Pennsylvania
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U.S. sets new record for coronavirus cases
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US presidential polls: Biden wins 192 electoral votes, Trump crawling at 114
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U.S. states see record rises in COVID-19 cases
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One South Dakota town bucks trend, imposes mask mandateTop health experts continue to plead with Americans to rethink their holiday plans as the country continues to set alarming COVID-19 records. David Begnaud reports from South Dakota.
South Dakota governor resists mandate despite coronavirus surge"This is cowboy country, man. And you try and tell someone to do something and they want to do the opposite," the mayor Sioux Falls said when asked why they don't enforce mask mandates.
South Dakota gripped by pandemic as governor resists mask mandateSouth Dakota has reported more coronavirus hospitalizations and deaths over the last week — per capita — than anywhere else in the country. David Begnaud takes a closer look.
South Dakota marks one of its highest daily death tolls since the coronavirus pandemic beganSouth Dakota ranks second behind North Dakota for the country's highest number of virus cases per capita in the last two weeks, according to The COVID Tracking Project. David Begnaud visited Sioux..
Study links S.D. motorcycle rally to Minnesota COVID outbreakMinnesota officials counted 86 cases that they said were related to the rally.
1 America, 1 Pandemic, 2 RealitiesJourneys through two states found Americans leading starkly different lives in the pandemic. New Mexico feels at a standstill. In South Dakota, life is going right on.
Abortions resume in South Dakota after a 7-month haltAbortion is legal in South Dakota. Whether you can get one is another story.
Coronavirus updates: Arizona, South Dakota hold out against mask mandates; Colorado's largest school district returns to virtual learningDenver public schools halt in-person learning. Arizona Gov. Ducey says he won't impose statewide mask mandate. 250K U.S. deaths. Latest COVID news.
More rats at home? Nearly 1 in 4 Michigan houses report an increase since pandemic startMichigan isn't the only state with a rodent increase since the pandemic began. Numbers are even higher in Ohio, New York, South Dakota and New Hampshire.
South Dakota city's mask mandate slammed as "weak and ineffectual"The state's largest physicians' organization supports the mandate but one city councilor warned that the ordinance would be an empty gesture.
'It's not real': In South Dakota, which has shunned masks and other COVID rules, some people die in denial, nurse saysJodi Doering, a South Dakota nurse, gained national attention for her account of working on the front lines in a state with high rates of COVID-19.
The Dakotas are 'as bad as it gets anywhere in the world' for COVID-19The COVID-19 surge in the Dakotas is a predictably tragic reality that health experts say could have been prevented with simple public health actions.
Boy who was bullied makes it his mission to help others by giving away truckloads of suppliesA Maryland boy who experienced painful bullying is connecting residents of his community and a rural South Dakota Indian reservation with needed supplies. In the “CBS This Morning” series A More..
Coronavirus updates: California nears 1M cases; Ticketmaster to require proof of COVID test, vaccine; South Dakota mayor votes against masksNew Jersey indoor dining to close by 10 p.m. starting Thursday. Ticketmaster plans to require COVID test, vaccine. 241K US deaths. Latest virus news.
Eye Opener: Trump falsely claims victory as millions of votes remain uncountedPresident Trump falsesly claimed victory in the election while results are still being counted. Also, Arizona, Montana, New Jersey and South Dakota voted to legalize recreational marijuana. All that..
Election 2020: A look at sports figures on ballots and what states could add sports bettingThree states – Maryland, Louisiana, South Dakota – will vote on distinctly different sports betting proposals. A football coach runs for U.S. Senate.
South Dakota attorney general "distracted" before deadly crashWhen a 911 dispatcher asked if he could have hit a deer, Jason Ravnsborg said, "It could be."
Fact check: Florida, Georgia, Idaho, South Dakota, Tennessee don't require masks statewideA viral meme claiming five states are now "mask-free" is partly false. There are local rules in place about face coverings.
October snow falls in the Midwest create winter weather advisoriesParts of South Dakota saw as much as four inches of snow.
Coronavirus cases surge in the DakotasCOVID-19 cases in the Dakotas are surging as the CDC gives sobering new statistics about coronavirus-related deaths across the country. David Begnaud reports.
Live Updates: U.S. reports more than 60,000 new COVID-19 casesIn at least four Midwestern states — South Dakota, Iowa, Idaho and Wisconsin — an alarming 20% of recent tests are positive.
911 call in South Dakota attorney general's deadly crash releasedRavnsborg initially said he thought he struck a deer but when he returned to the scene, he found he had killed a man.
'Do you think it was a deer or something?': South Dakota officials release 911 audio from AG Jason Ravnsborg's fatal crashGov. Kristi Noem has promised full transparency to the public, including the release of the 911 call, dash cam footage and the investigation report.
Coronavirus updates: Wisconsin, Dakotas scramble for hospital beds; Florida gun background checks surge; 212K US deathsHospitals in Wisconsin, North Dakota and South Dakota are on "emotional roller coaster." US death toll tops 212K. Latest COVID-19 news.
Gov. Kristi Noem says South Dakota has proven a point during COVID-19 pandemic: Lockdowns are 'useless'But South Dakota has consistently broken records in recent weeks related to new and active cases, hospitalizations and the number of COVID-19 deaths.
South Dakota reports all-time high for daily COVID-19 tollA state epidemiologist says communities statewide - from cities to rural areas - are seeing significant levels of the virus.
Coronavirus cases spike in 29 states as flu season approachesThe number of new coronavirus cases is on the rise in many states, including one of the country's original epicenters, New York. At least 29 states have seen an increase in the average amount of new..
As virus cases rise, S.D. governor says: "More hunting, less COVID"South Dakota ranks second in the country in the number of new cases per capita in the last two weeks.
Voters in Virginia, Minnesota, South Dakota and Wyoming have started casting ballots.
SD officials promise thorough probe of AG crashSouth Dakota's governor and the state's secretary of public safety are promising a thorough and transparent investigation of a fatal crash involving the state's attorney general. (Sept 15)
‘I Discovered the Body’: South Dakota’s Attorney General Offers New Crash DetailsJason Ravnsborg, the attorney general, elaborated on what happened after his car struck something on a dark highway, saying he returned in the morning to find the dead man, Joe Boever, 55, nearby.
'I didn't see what I hit': South Dakota AG releases statement detailing role in fatal crashSouth Dakota Attorney General Jason Ravnsborg said he thought he hit a deer when he struck and killed a man on Saturday night.
South Dakota attorney general killed man with his car, thought he hit deerSouth Dakota Attorney General Jason Ravnsborg told authorities he thought he hit a deer when he struck and killed a 55-year-old pedestrian.
South Dakota AG struck, killed a pedestrian with car; initially said he thought he hit a deer, officials saySouth Dakota Attorney General Jason Ravnsborg told authorities he thought he hit a deer on Saturday night when he struck and killed a pedestrian.
Jason Ravnsborg, South Dakota's Attorney General, Investigated in Fatal CrashGov. Kristi Noem said that the attorney general, Jason Ravnsborg, was in a car crash on Saturday night that left one person dead. Mr. Ravnsborg said he was “fully cooperating with the..
Coronavirus updates: Dakotas take hit after Sturgis rally; schools back off classroom learning; Europe sees increase in casesDakotas cases rise after Sturgis rally; schools back off in-class learning: Europe struggles with bump in cases: COVID-19 news.
4 workers at Smithfield plant died; feds fine company $13,494Regulators say meat processor failed to protect workers at plant in Sioux Falls, South Dakota, from coronavirus.
South Dakota governor defends COVID strategy amid surgeOver the last two weeks, South Dakota ranked second in the country for new cases per capita.
Late summer snow blankets parts of South DakotaA late summer storm has produced winter-like conditions in parts of South Dakota. (Sept. 8)
SD governor criticizes study suggesting Sturgis bike rally led to 260,000 COVID-19 casesA study by a California research group estimates that the Sturgis motorcycle rally in South Dakota led to more than 260,000 coronavirus cases.
Coronavirus live updates: Model predicts 410K US deaths by January; Labor Day weekend brings risk; South Dakota stages state fairLabor Day weekend presents risks, experts say. New Zealand extends restrictions. More than 100 Iowa schools report cases. Latest COVID-19 news.
South Dakota dismisses 'elite class of so-called experts,' carries on with state fair after Sturgis rally drove COVID-19 surgeThe South Dakota State Fair opened Thursday after the state's last major event, the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally, led to a surge of COVID-19 cases.