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PNS Daily Newscast - May 29, 2020 


More than a dozen Internal Affairs complaints against the Minneapolis Police officer involved in the death of George Floyd - we report on what's behind the current tensions.

2020Talks - May 29, 2020 


Republican Voters Against Trump just launched and plans to spend 10 dollars on the 2020 campaign. And President Trump signed an executive order making social media companies liable for content their users post.

Public News Service - SD: Women's

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. - Women are being asked to tell stories from - and about - their hearts, and one of them could become a national spokesperson. Officials from the American Heart Association of South Dakota will hold a Go Red Connect! event Saturday at Empire Mall in Sioux Falls. Spokeswoman Chriss

MISSION, S.D. - The infant mortality rate in South Dakota is higher than that of all neighboring states, a new report finds - and higher yet for Native Americans. An average of 79 babies die each year before their first birthday, a rate considerably higher than neighboring states, according to the

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. - Gov. Dennis Daugaard has issued a proclamation declaring October "Breast Cancer Awareness Month." Jill Ireland, with the American Cancer Society of South Dakota, says too many women in the state face the threat of breast cancer every year. "This year the American Cancer Society

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. - The South Dakota American Heart Association is stepping up the pace this week with another in their series of "Go Red for Women" events. Spokeswoman Addie Graham-Kramer says they will be holding their first-ever Red Hot Zumba-thon. "Zumba is a Latin-inspired dance, but it's high

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. - A recent survey by the American Cancer Society found that 60 percent of women put others' health before their own. The organization's new program, Choose You!, can help women move toward wellness. Amy Harms is the Choose You! spokesperson for South Dakota. She says the first st

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. - American women are dying of heart disease at the rate of one per minute, because many don't know the risks and take appropriate actions. Addie Graham-Kramer with the American Heart Association (AHA) of South Dakota says they have developed a program called "Go Red-Better U" to

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. - Heart disease is the number one killer of South Dakotans. To call attention to that, and to efforts to fight it, the American Heart Association of South Dakota is asking people to wear red today to show their support. Heart Association representative Addie Graham-Kramer says it

WHITE RIVER, S.D. - A diagnostic tool will return to a rural South Dakota health care clinic this week that could help dozens of women avoid the possibility of breast cancer. Health care providers constantly remind women to get screened for the disease by getting mammograms. That isn't always easy

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