South Dakota

  1. Two more states legalise recreational cannabis

    A joint being roasted

    New Jersey voters overwhelmingly turned out in support of legalised recreational cannabis, according to AP results.

    The measure means the state is to become the 12th with legal weed. It passed with about 67% of the vote and with the support of all 21 counties in the state.

    Minutes after New Jersey was called, Arizona was also projected to pass a measure legalising cannabis for adult use.

    Voters in two other states will be deciding whether or not to legalise cannabis tonight. Montana and South Dakota still have to report their results.

  2. BreakingSouth Dakota projected for Trump

    Donald Trump is projected to have won in South Dakota.

    Home to America’s iconic Mount Rushmore, the state has voted Republican in every election since 1968.

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    Video caption: Sturgis Motorcycle Rally: South Dakota town ready to welcome 250,000 bikers

    The South Dakota rally could be one of the largest public gatherings since the pandemic began.

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    Video caption: Mount Rushmore: Trump denounces 'angry mobs' tearing down statues

    In a speech at Mount Rushmore, President Trump said the monument "will never be desecrated".

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    Video caption: Mount Rushmore: Protesters will not ‘tear down’ history, Trump warns

    President Trump warns protesters he will not let them “tear down” history in a speech at Mount Rushmore.

  6. South Dakota

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    Video caption: Sybil Ruscoe meets a resilient family of ranchers in South Dakota.

    Sybil Ruscoe meets the Reinholds, a ranching family who rear cattle and horses on the prairies of South Dakota. They lost 91 horses in the October blizzard Storm Atlas.

  7. BreakingAnother six states for Trump, one for Clinton - ABC projections

    Clinton is projected to win her home state of New York, but Trump is winning in Texas, Kansas, North Dakota, South Dakota and Wyoming, according to ABC News. Trump is also projected to win the Nebraska state vote - 4 out of 5 electoral college votes. None of these are seen as battleground states.