President Barack Obama August 2015

LIVE: Obama - Glacier Conference remarks

9 p.m. ET: President Obama will speak at a State Department climate change conference and become the first president to visit the Alaska Arctic.

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Father Bill worked to find the goodness in people

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

Local man complete his Major League bucket list

In February we told you the story of Monte Loos and his bucket list quest to visit every Major League baseball park. Well, wanted to see how he was doing and it turns out … he’s all done.

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

Jurors right now are deciding the fate of a Box Elder man who prosecutors say dragged a police officer and attempted to run-over two deputies.

Rabbit Fever takes life of one man

Rabbit Fever is now popping up in animals in Big Horn County. 

Wildfire may be start of another fire season

A wildfire that could serve as a warning burned near Pactola Lake 

Rapid City remembers Hurricane Katrina 10 years later

Pastor Julie Norwood of Rapid City has family members who are some of thousands who were displaced by Hurricane Katrina. 

Rapid City may host 2017 ICPC World Finals

Rapid City has a chance to host the world's leading conference contest in the computer science field.

Rapid native and Columbia student has rare opportunity

The decision to feature the project in Rapid City had to do with correcting misinformation about South Dakota and the pride for Rapid City, shared by all involved.

The Gaslight holds ALS Ice Bucket Challenge

The ALS Ice Bucket Challenge started in the summer of 2014 and became the world's largest global social media phenomenon.

'Sisters on the Fly' members visit the Black Hills

Nearly 100 women from an outdoor adventure club take over the Black Hills this weekend.

Fisher's spirit remembered on wings of a butterfly

Remembering Gabby Fisher, the 33-year-old who died in a boat crash at Pactola Reservoir, not with mourning, but celebration

Tourist operators point to record season even before August motorcycle rally

Bear Country,Reptile Gardens, Sitting Bull Cave report visitor increases

Air Quality Alert issued due to smokey skies

Weather conditions, combined with smoke drifting from western wildfires, are to blame.

Gold Rush era is alive again

About 200 people began retracing Black Hills gold rush era history Friday as they rolled back time to the late 1880s heading out on a wagon train excursion.

Black Hills Power pulls down old power plant

If you've driven down Deadwood Avenue in Rapid City over the last few days, you may have said – “Something is different.”

Ben French power plant is no more

Father Bill worked to find the goodness in people

Local man complete his Major League bucket list

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

Rabbit Fever takes life of one man

Wildfire may be start of another fire season

Rapid City remembers Hurricane Katrina 10 years...

Rapid City may host 2017 ICPC World Finals

Rapid native and Columbia student has rare...

The Gaslight holds ALS Ice Bucket Challenge

'Sisters on the Fly' members visit the Black Hills

Fisher's spirit remembered on wings of a butterfly

Tourist operators point to record season even...

Air Quality Alert issued due to smokey skies

Gold Rush era is alive again

Ben French power plant is no more

Black Hills Power pulls down old power plant

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