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4 hrs ago | KOTA-TV Rapid City
During the cold weather some KOTA Territory kids go without jackets because they can't afford them.
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8 hrs ago | The Des Moines Register
Bill Kunerth had an important hand in training a few generations of Iowa journalists during his time as a professor at the Greenlee School at Iowa State University.
12 hrs ago | KOTA-TV Rapid City
A KOTA Territory daycare is stepping out of a world dominated by the English language, into one dominated by Lakota.
16 hrs ago | BrandonInfo.com
Before climbing behind the wheel after drinking at a holiday party, AAA South Dakota hopes you'll think again and call them for a free Tipsy Tow ride home for you, your vehicle and one more person.
A national survey on texting and driving dispels the notion that teen drivers are smartphones attached to a pair of arms and legs and a circulatory system.
Over the weekend six businesses experienced flooding due to a water line break in an empty unheated building.
Children across KOTA Territory are getting to unwrap unique handmade toys. Members of the Rapid City Woodworkers Association are delivering more than 2,200 toys for children in area programs, including the kids in the head start program with Youth and family Services.
Light snow falls as a bighorn sheep ram moves along a hillside in Rapid City, S.D., on Tuesday, Dec. 3, 2013.
A Rapid City man was arrested Monday after he was discovered in the ceiling of the Family Thrift Center on West Omaha Street.
By the end of December, a firm will be chosen to do the study on what a new arena in Rapid City would look like and how much it would cost.
DEADWOOD — Several Main Street businesses in Deadwood were damaged when a water line broke and dumped as much as 150,000 gallons of water into their basements.
One week after presenting his budget plans to lawmakers, South Dakota Governor Dennis Daugaard is taking it to the people.
A Wild Card 2 ticket sold in Sturgis is worth $6,000 following the Saturday drawing.
The Nebraska State Patrol says 45-year-old Edward Hood was arrested after the Saturday afternoon crash.
I N ITS INAUGURAL SHOWING, the People's Biennial is an exhibition formed by curators Jens Hoffmann and Harrell Fletcher as an attempt to offset "the art world's ever-increasing exclusivity."