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Coming up Thursday morning on NewsCenter1 Today:
A new warning about the danger of switching anti-epileptic medicines. We’ll have the report live hours after it’s released. We’ll also be talking about the Honor Flight leaving Rapid City June 5.
Plus the latest overnight news from around the world.
Coming up on NewsCenter1 Today, the latest on the swine flu with local and national response. A Sioux Falls soldier is killed in Iraq. Also, The 5K Bob Run for ALS is this weekend we’ll be talking about – as well as the Black Hills Community Theatre’s production of “Nunsense” which opens Friday.
Taylor says rain is on the way… and we’re planting onions in the Bobtanical Garden this week.
It’s not a show day – but I thought I’d better tell you about the upcoming snow storm. 4 to 8 inches of snow will fall tonight and Sunday (probably between 8pm tonight and 2pm Sunday) across the Black Hills, northeast Wyoming, southeast Montana, southwest North Dakota and northwest South Dakota.
Coming up this morning – Governor Rounds speaks out about what’s being done to help the unemployed. The executive director of the Board of Regents is encouraging a college education as a means to get a better job once the economy turns around.
There’s an increasing number of Superwomen who are trying to do it all… but becoming addicted to drugs while doing it.
We also have the box office preview and Taylor says the 80 degree temperatures will be replaced by a couple of inches of snow tonight.
Flood warnings continue and we’ll have the latest on those this morning. Also, we’ll be talking with Liz Weiss, RD about the dietary fiber your kids should be consuming.
If you’ve driven along East North Street in Rapid City – you know what we’re talking about when we say the road is in horrible condition. We’ll also show you one other city with an unusual way to fill pot holes.
Justin has morning sports, Taylor has the weather and we have election results, too.
This morning we’ll have the latest on the flooding.
Also, Jodi Marks will talk about making your house “green” with some nifty gadgets. A representative from Verizon Wireless will t6alk about a recycling program that gives money to WAVI and we’ll have the latest on high seas piracy.
On NewsCenter1 Today … the latest on the rescue of the U.S. ship captain taken hostage by pirates. Also.. Jared Eben talks about the tax day tea parties scheduled for Wednesday… and Stevens High School presents The Music Man Thursday through Sunday.
And.. the latest on the flood watches and warnings.
Coming up on Monday – Stevens HS “The Music Man”, Jared Eben will talk about Wednesday’s tax tea parties, and we’ll have the latest on the flood watches and warnings.