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House Bill 1080 on transgender bathrooms advances

House Bill 1080 deals with student privacy and transgender athletes.

School Board could choose new superintendent tonight

The Rapid City School Board could know their target for the next superintendent of schools tonight.

Without a vaccine, Zika virus defenses limited

The World Health Organization has declared the rapid spread of the Zika virus an international public health emergency.

Third party parts could render iPhone 6 useless

The cause is typically from the use of third party parts to repair a broken face of the "touch id sensor", which uses fingerprints to secure your phone.

Congress votes final OK to banning local Internet taxes

WASHINGTON (AP) — Congress has voted to permanently bar state and local governments from taxing access to the Internet. This includes South Dakota.

Senate panel approves transgender student bathroom bill

PIERRE, S.D. (AP) — A bill that would require students to use bathrooms and locker rooms that match their biological sex at birth will be debated by the full Senate.

Rapid City man nabbed for 2 DUIs in 3 hours

James Buchholz already has two DUI convictions and now faces prospect of two more, in one day.

FEMA trailers heading to Pine Ridge storm victims

FEMA identified more than 300 families eligible for help with repairs or replacement homes after spring storms and flooding six months ago.

FEMA trailers waiting to be delivered to Pine Ridge

NTSB wants to lower BAC level to increase safety

Changes are trying to be made to help limit the number of impaired drivers on the roads.

Dr. David Doty superintendent interview

Dr. David Doty of Salt Lake City, UT is the fourth and final candidate to be interviewed to succeed Dr. Timothy Mitchell, who is retiring at the end of the school year.

You could see snow alerts in Rapid City

Rapid City Mayor Steve Allender's plan to update the city's downtown snow removal strategy is headed to the city council for approval.

SD House stalls on tax bill to fund education

A proposed amendment related to internet sales tax, which the state doesn't collect now, caused lawmakers to hesitate on debating bill to increase sales tax by a half percent.

Judge denies request for new murder trial

Judge Wally Eklund said investigators’ testimony and 77 pages of documents did not reveal game-changing information for Charles Birdshead, convicted of murdering Eustacio Marrufo.

Mitchell says HB 1096 could skew more than just school funds

The bill has been tabled, but the debate is far from over.

House Bill 1080 on transgender bathrooms advances

School Board could choose new superintendent...

Without a vaccine, Zika virus defenses limited

Third party parts could render iPhone 6 useless

Casper man assaults Campbell County Sheriffs...

Congress votes final OK to banning local...

Senate panel approves transgender student...

Rapid City man nabbed for 2 DUIs in 3 hours

FEMA trailers waiting to be delivered to Pine Ridge

FEMA trailers heading to Pine Ridge storm victims

NTSB wants to lower BAC level to increase safety

Dr. David Doty superintendent interview

You could see snow alerts in Rapid City

SD House stalls on tax bill to fund education

Judge denies request for new murder trial

Mitchell says HB 1096 could skew more than just...

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