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Pennington County Commisioners approve Pe'sla enforcement

Pennington County Commisioners made a decision this morning that will change law enforcement strategies in Pennington County.

Deadwood police ID body of missing Rapid City woman

Kristin Denise Mercy was last seen in downtown Deadwood on April 21.

Deadwood dealers adding new games to repertoire

Roulette and craps are set to join the number of games offered in Deadwood very soon. Training the dealers for these new games requires work.

Pentecost pleads not guilty to all charges

Thomas Pentecost plead not guilty to all charges related to the murder of 21-month-old Bentley James Bahr in Black Hawk last month.

Inspect your moles for Melanoma Monday

Monday, May 4, is Melanoma Monday.  Get your mole checked for free.

Ranchester woman killed in one-car rollover crash

According to the Wyoming Highway Patrol, Ashley R. Peterson, 33, drifted off the road, over corrected and then rolled several times.

South Dakota gas prices continue to creep higher

While higher, it still is a better deal than the nationwide average that has increased 8.5 cents per gallon in the last week to $2.62.

17 South Dakotans chosen for elder abuse study panel

PIERRE, S.D. (AP) — Seventeen people have been appointed to a committee that will study financial, physical and emotional abuse of elderly South Dakotans.

Pine Ridge community reacts to suicide epidemic

Nine people 12 to 24 years old have killed themselves on the reservation since December.

Anti-Suicide March

Willow Park received a new addition for Arbor Day

The Rapid City Sustainability Committee and the Black Hills Chapter of Dakota Rural Action want to keep Rapid city as Tree City USA.

First female trooper to patrol on police special Harley Davidson motorcycle

The South Dakota Highway Patrol adds three new motorcycles to the force, with six trained troopers.  27 year old Chasney Ford is the first female to do the job on two wheels.

With recent national police cases, people want change

President Obama recently proposed $263 million for cameras, and the Federal Justice Department today announced a $20 million pilot program to start buying the equipment.

Drug-related arrests on the rise in Wyoming

CASPER, Wyo. (AP) — Wyoming arrests tied to drug use are on the rise while alcohol-related arrests are dropping.

Federal board delivers mixed decision on uranium license

RAPID CITY, S.D. (AP) — A federal board has revised a license granted to a company that wants to mine for uranium in western South Dakota.

Little Anthony's family continues to benefit from CMN in a big way

Imagine your child isn't healthy, that he or she is in the hospital for months at a time.  For one KOTA Territory family that scenario is a reality.

Pennington County Commisioners approve Pe'sla...

Deadwood police ID body of missing Rapid City...

Deadwood dealers adding new games to repertoire

Pentecost pleads not guilty to all charges

Inspect your moles for Melanoma Monday

Ranchester woman killed in one-car rollover crash

South Dakota gas prices continue to creep higher

17 South Dakotans chosen for elder abuse study...

Anti-Suicide March

Pine Ridge community reacts to suicide epidemic

Willow Park received a new addition for Arbor Day

First female trooper to patrol on police...

With recent national police cases, people want...

Drug-related arrests on the rise in Wyoming

Federal board delivers mixed decision on...

Little Anthony's family continues to benefit...


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