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Bandidos M/C in Rapid City for its national run

The Bandidos and several other clubs were involved in the infamous shootout May 17 in Waco, Texas.

Humane Society completing major turn around

A few years ago the Humane Society of the Black Hills was falling down on the job. Today by all accounts it is doing an excellent job and the 2016 Rapid City budget, in its current form that the…

Rapid City business are pulling out the 'Help Wanted' signs

A variety of businesses in the Black Hills are making the transition from teenage help to older employees now that children are back in school.

National parks seeing huge spikes in visitation this year

GRAND CANYON NATIONAL PARK, Ariz. (AP) — Visitors headed to the Grand Canyon lately know to expect two things: breathtaking views and long waits.

Late night fire sparks in Founders Park

Cause of Wednesday night fire on M Hill unknown; fire crews worried about proximity to houses

Late night fire sparks in Founders Park

Relief and trepidation in Philip

 In Trace O'Connell's hometown of Philip Tuesday, relief at the verdict was tempered by a sense that O'Connell, his family and the town had been put through a buzz saw after months of sometimes…

SD smoking rate falls, remains higher than national average

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (AP) — As the nation continues to see fewer smokers, so has South Dakota, although the state's most recent data show its rate is still higher than the national average.

Father Bill worked to find the goodness in people

Monsignor William O'Connell dies, after six decades of service to western South Dakota

Protesters gather at city hall hours after verdict

Rapid City Mayor Steve Allender called for calm after the Trace O' Connell verdict. Instead, he got an earful at city hall.

Lead man pleads not guilty in stabbing death of woman

Prosecutors say 44-year-old James Rogers killed 27-year-old Caitlin Walsh.

Trace O'Connell 'not guilty' in hockey game harassment case

The decision on Trace O’Connell was released Tuesday morning by Magistrate Judge Eric Strawn.

Construction begins on major road into Rapid City

The reconstruction project will close the southbound on-ramp of 1-190 (Exit 1) and its connection to Philadelphia Street for the next two years.

Two year construction project starts in Rapid City

John C. Root was on trial for allegedly trying to run-over deputies

Jurors decide John C. Root is guilty of multiple counts of assaulting law enforcement officers.

Rapid City lawmaker against gender check proposal on transgender athletes

A Rapid City lawmaker is against a proposal that could require transgender students to undergo a genitalia check to determine which sports team they will participate on.

Impacts of flooding still felt in marina, city parks

Rapid City and surrounding areas are still feeling the effects of flooding earlier in the year.

Bandidos M/C in Rapid City for its national run

Humane Society completing major turn around

Rapid City business are pulling out the 'Help...

National parks seeing huge spikes in visitation...

Late night fire sparks in Founders Park

Late night fire sparks in Founders Park

Relief and trepidation in Philip

SD smoking rate falls, remains higher than...

Father Bill worked to find the goodness in people

Protesters gather at city hall hours after verdict

Lead man pleads not guilty in stabbing death of...

Trace O'Connell 'not guilty' in hockey game...

Two year construction project starts in Rapid City

Construction begins on major road into Rapid City

John C. Root was on trial for allegedly trying...

Rapid City lawmaker against gender check...

Impacts of flooding still felt in marina, city...

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