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South Dakota trooper shot in standoff returns to duty

Sgt. John Koenig, a 28-year veteran of the Patrol, returned to full duty Monday. He is stationed in Chamberlain.

Police arrest Rapid City man following shooting

Alan Kenney was arrested and charged with two counts of aggravated assault and discharge of a firearm from a moving vehicle.

Stevens High School student dies from crash injuries

Nearly 200 Rapid City high school students, along with friends and family crowded into a waiting room at Rapid City Regional Hospital Monday night. The gathering was the result of the tragic…

Breaking the stigma of mental illness

Bipolar is characterized by marked changes in mood from the highs of mania, or hypomania to low periods of extreme depression.

Fires continue to burn in Harding County

A 6,430 acre fire just south of Camp Crook in Harding County continues to burn.

Stevens High students work through tragedy

Students and community members are reacting to an accident that has left a high school student in critical condition at Rapid City Regional Hospital.

Sexual Assault Awareness Month kicks off

Sexual assault was the topic of discussion Monday at a press conference held to kick off April being Sexual Assault Awareness Month.

Spate of weekend fires hits Sheridan area

SHERIDAN, Wyo. (AP) — Fire officials in Sheridan County and the Bighorn National Forest are on the alert after a spate of weekend blazes and a forecast for a few more dry days.

Harding County fire scorches thousands of acres

The Sheep Draw fire in the West Short Pines of Harding County has burned about 6,430 acres as of this morning.

New youth center in Allen is officially open

People in Pine Ridge Reservation celebrated the grand opening of a youth center, a symbol of hope for the Lakota youth.

Groups join forces to defeat school opt out plan

Less than a week after the Rapid City Area Schools board decides to opt out, three groups vow to put the issue to a public vote; and then defeat it.

Vietnam Era Veterans get a welcome home

Vietnam Era Veterans finally got the welcome home they didn't receive after returning from the war.

Jury says hospital workers did not carve KKK into man

In 2011, 71-year-old Vernon Traversie was in regional for heart surgery when he says workers intentionally carved the letters into his stomach.

FAA signs off on Air Force training space expansion

On a national level, Sen. John Thune said the air space expansion approval is essential to maintaining military readiness. For South Dakota, it gives B–1's the ability to train closer to home.

Mitchell speaks to group on state of schools

Earlier in the week the Rapid City Area School Board approved a motion to opt out. Dr. Tim Mitchell spoke to the Black Hills Press Club today to explain what the decision means.

The Press Club…

South Dakota trooper shot in standoff returns...

Police arrest Rapid City man following shooting

Stevens High School student dies from crash...

Breaking the stigma of mental illness

Fires continue to burn in Harding County

Stevens High students work through tragedy

Sexual Assault Awareness Month kicks off

Spate of weekend fires hits Sheridan area

Harding County fire scorches thousands of acres

New youth center in Allen is officially open

Groups join forces to defeat school opt out plan

Vietnam Era Veterans get a welcome home

Jury says hospital workers did not carve KKK...

FAA signs off on Air Force training space...

Mitchell speaks to group on state of schools

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