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For more than a week, 35-hundred soldiers, mostly American but also a smattering of other nationalities, have been honing their combat skills in the Black Hills in the National Guard's training exercise called Golden Coyote. Comment?
Sculptor Porter Williams works to preserve African American history and says the word Negro is part of that history. Comment?
Parking downtown on Thursday afternoon in Rapid City can be a bit tricky because of the Summer Nights Festival. Comment?
A man shot by law enforcement officers following a chase in rural Pennington County is expected to recover. Comment?
The Spearfish Police Department has seen a recent increase in phone based financial scams in the area. Comment?
A Rapid City man convicted of causing severe brain damage in his 6-week-old daughter has been sentenced to serve 20 years in prison. Comment?
Attorney General Marty Jackley says two Pennington County deputies and a Highway Patrol officer chased suspected drunken driver Travis Ross on Monday afternoon and shot him when he brandished a rifle. Comment?
For kids, summer is the time to get out and explore. Organizers of one group in Rapid City want to make sure boys get the chance to discover what the Blacks Hills has to offer. Comment?
Landowners said they were still upset about the board's decision to require 160 acres of land to qualify for an agricultural classification. Comment?
A high speed chase ends with an unidentified man being shot. A routine traffic stop turned violent when an unidentified person decided to run from police officers. Comment?
Last night the Rapid City Council decided against starting the roughly $345,000 project that would pave the dirt walkway along Highway 44 from Lacrosse Street to Western Dakota Tech. Comment?
A suspected drunken driver was shot multiple times after allegedly brandishing a rifle following a half-hour police chase in southwestern South Dakota. Comment?
Raptor biologist Janie Fink is no stranger to the fastest animal in the world. In fact, she's responsible for the release of 45 of them into the wild. Comment?
Starting tomorrow, traffic on Sturgis Road from West Chicago in Rapid City to Peaceful Pines in Black Hawk will be reduced to a single lane in certain areas. Comment?
Senate candidate Rick Weiland is asking former Governor Mike Rounds to agree to cease soliciting campaign funds in excess of $100. Comment?
According to a news release from Tribal President's Office, Brewer and about 50 others created a road block on Highway 87 to stop beer distribution trucks from making deliveries to stores in White Clay, NE. Comment?
Spokesperson Sara Raburn says the body of 28-year-old Zane Nelson was discovered behind a Phillip business early Sunday morning. Comment?
It's always exciting to find money in an unexpected place, but what are you doing to find ways to stretch your dollar? Instead of buying things new, look at second hand items first, such as buying and selling bigger ticketed items on websites like EBay and Craigslist. Comment?
Fires are of course a concern here in the Black Hills and even more so due to the pine beetle infestation. Comment?
State Senator Larry Rhoden is strongly considering a run for U.S. Senate and his decision could come soon. Comment?