Emergency Radios From South Dakota Public Radio Curt Nickisch reports on the state's effort to broadcast terrorist alerts on weather band radios, usually used for tornado advisories. State officials see this as a cheap and efficient way to get the word out in case of an emergency.
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From South Dakota Public Radio Curt Nickisch reports on the state's effort to broadcast terrorist alerts on weather band radios, usually used for tornado advisories. State officials see this as a cheap and efficient way to get the word out in case of an emergency.