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    Vendors happy with traffic at Central States Fair Video included

     "We're looking for a place to make money and we make money here."

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    Attempted rapist in Rapid City out on parole sooner than expected

    Judge Kern granted Anthony Joyner's request.

    New life-saving device used on man who went over guard rail in Rapid City Video included

     The 'Lucas Two' is a machine that administers CPR on its own. 

    Rapid City teacher accused of having child porn

    A teacher at Saint Thomas More Middle School has been arrested and charged with eight counts of possession of child pornography. Andrew Hiipakka, 26 of Rapid City, was taken into custody Tuesday afternoon by the Black Hills Fugitive Task Force.

    Central States Fair general manager says carnival meets all state requirements Video included

    Ron Jefferies, Central States Fair general manager, says that they conducted their own inspections before it even became law. And he says the carnival company Carnival Americana has always has been up to date with inspections and meets all state requirements.

    Sheridan woman will be first person to buy a lottery ticket in Wyoming Video included

    A 67- year-old grandmother from Sheridan will be the first person to buy a lottery ticket in Wyoming.  

    Rough riding on Rapid City's bike path Video included

    The bike path is one of the gems of Rapid City constructed after the flood of 1972, winding along Rapid Creek right through the center of town. Most agree it is a real asset, but some says it is showing its age and needs immediate repairs.

    Rushmore Plaza Civic Center spending debate could be a long one

    Some time next year, Rapid City voters will likely decide the giant $180 million expansion of the Rushmore Plaza Civic Center. Depending on Rapid City Council decisions, the long-term loans could include another $20 million for fire stations or other projects. The $200 million package would be the most expensive in city history.

    Lakota tribes request tax-exempt status for sacred ground near Deerfield Lake

    Representatives of Lakota tribes told Pennington County Commissioners Tuesday that they will seek tax-exempt status on 2,000 acres near Deerfield Lake. Several groups two years ago paid over $9 million for the former Reynolds Ranch and nearby property to protect a sacred area called Pe' Sla.

    Two injured after car plummets over Rapid City cliff

    According to Rapid City Fire Department Public Information Officer Oliver White, the blue Volvo drove through a guardrail, tumbling about 30 feet to land upside down. Alcohol use is suspected.

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