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Col. Kennedy: Budget Control Act threatens Ellsworth

Commander of the 28th Bomb Wing at Ellsworth Air Force Base, Col. Kevin Kennedy told reporters Thursday morning that there could be a repeat of 2013, when flight crews were ordered to stand…

Students weigh in on Civic Center expansion

High school seniors believe they will be the most effected by the upcoming Civic Center vote, and they want to talk more about it in the classroom.

Rally in Rapid City promotes tolerance

The public concern over race relations that came to the surface following a hockey game seems unabated in some quarters of the KOTA Territory community

Race relations concerns prompt rally

Box Elder man accused of kidnapping gets plea deal

Ray Cuny held a 2-year-old for six hours in standoff with Rapid City police last July.

Local band poised for the big time

Courtesy of Arts Rapid City

KOTA News Extra Rockers on a roll

Reporter ranks SD national parks among nation's worst

A national freelancer travel writer has some interesting thoughts about two of South Dakota's national parks.

Native American organization asks for unity

A grassroots organization is hoping to create a dialogue that invites people of all races to unify.

Fix the Plan Committee says parking is no go

The 'Vote No: Fix the Plan' committee made another appearance in front of the Rapid City Ice Arena today.

Oglala tribal leaders want LNI moved out of Rapid City

In retribution for what many Oglala Sioux Tribe leaders say was a 'slap in the face charge' for the man accused of harassing Native American children at a Rush hockey game last month, the…

SD House committee approves Deadwood games

House State Affairs Committee approves proposal to allow keno, craps and roulette in the historic mining town. The measure has already passed through the Senate and now heads to the House floor.

Fast thinking, fast work save heart attack victim

School of Mines sophomore Ryan Wright was working the front desk at the Rapid City YMCA when a man collapsed in the stairwell.

School of Mines student saves heart attack victim

Self-trained portrait painter working on two popes

They are bigger than life for men bigger than life in the history of the world.  A local painter is doing two huge pope portraits to hand in Cathedral.

Obama sets ink to paper, vetoes Keystone Pipeline bill

The move puts a freeze on a top GOP priority, at least for now. It also reasserts Obama's authority over a project that's become a flashpoint in the national debate about climate change.

New youth center in Allen serves as symbol of hope

Since late December five young people on the Pine Ridge Reservation have committed suicide. But there is a beacon of hope for youth in the small community of Allen. By the end of next month a…

Civic center competition

Civic Center expansion: helps or hurts the...

Col. Kennedy: Budget Control Act threatens...

Students weigh in on Civic Center expansion

Race relations concerns prompt rally

Rally in Rapid City promotes tolerance

Box Elder man accused of kidnapping gets plea deal

KOTA News Extra Rockers on a roll

Local band poised for the big time

Reporter ranks SD national parks among nation's...

Native American organization asks for unity

Fix the Plan Committee says parking is no go

Oglala tribal leaders want LNI moved out of...

SD House committee approves Deadwood games

School of Mines student saves heart attack victim

Fast thinking, fast work save heart attack victim

Self-trained portrait painter working on two popes

Obama sets ink to paper, vetoes Keystone...

New youth center in Allen serves as symbol of hope

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