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Ombudsman to intervene in fair housing disputes

HUD ombudsman says housing discrimination is a big problem in western South Dakota.  He will serve as impartial referee to mediate disputes.

Ellsworth AFB joins Global Strike Command

Col. Kevin Kennedy said it will mean more integrated operations with B52's and B2's.

Rapic City traffic altercation ends with one man stabbed

A 32-year-old Rapid City man is in serious condition after being stabbed several times during a traffic altercation early Monday morning.

Tornadoes and the Enhanced Fujita Scale

All this week at KOTA Territory News it's severe weather awareness week.

Severe Weather Awareness Week Tornadoes

Lemmon, SD, man shot and killed Saturday

Perkins County Sheriff Kelly Serr and the South Dakota attorney general said Brady James Hooker was arrested following the Saturday shooting of Leon Paulson, age 32.

NSP investigating officer-involved shooting in Sidney

Sidney man dies in officer-involved shooting, grand jury to be convened

Celebration in Spearfish for Lakota Omniciye Wacipi

With racial relations in Rapid City under some tension after past events, the 32nd annual Lakota Omniciye Wacipi could not have come at a better time.

Engineering students camp out in Main Street Square

Main street square was the site of engineering achievement as engineering students from South Dakota School of Mines and Technology had their work on display for the school's extreme camping…

Drift racing much safer than expected

Movies use special effects and stunt–doubles for car chases and races...but not in Sturgis. This live–action sport is truly about 'safety first'.

Petitioners celebrate as they turn in signatures

You likely will get to vote on the Rapid City school board's proposed property tax increase.  More than enough petitions were turned in by the deadline.

Stand on sidewalks and don't block accesss when gathering signatures

Circulating petitions, gathering signatures, has caused some problems in Rapid City.  A few regulations restrict the process.

Rapid City police involved in high-speed chase

A high-speed chase in Rapid City Thursday night ends with the arrest of a Belle Fourche woman and her passenger.

Custer State Park bison calving time prompts warning

Custer State Park visitors are reminded not to interfere with bison when they are calving. That includes not bothering the calves.

Denke Fire north of Wall is 100 percent contained

Fire had grown quickly because of winds and the dry prairie conditions.

Spring snowstorm continues to pound Wyoming

Snow is expected to continue to fall periodically across the region through much of Friday, with rain falling at lower elevations.

Ombudsman to intervene in fair housing disputes

Ellsworth AFB joins Global Strike Command

Rapic City traffic altercation ends with one...

Severe Weather Awareness Week Tornadoes

Tornadoes and the Enhanced Fujita Scale

Lemmon, SD, man shot and killed Saturday

NSP investigating officer-involved shooting in...

Celebration in Spearfish for Lakota Omniciye...

Engineering students camp out in Main Street...

Drift racing much safer than expected

Petitioners celebrate as they turn in signatures

Stand on sidewalks and don't block accesss when...

Rapid City police involved in high-speed chase

Custer State Park bison calving time prompts...

Denke Fire north of Wall is 100 percent contained

Spring snowstorm continues to pound Wyoming

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