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Jury convicts ex-US Senate hopeful of violating election law

PIERRE, S.D. (AP) — A South Dakota jury has convicted former U.S. Senate candidate Annette Bosworth of election law violations.

Pactola Reservoir to Release More Water

According to the emergency management director Dustin Willett, the last time Pactola saw a discharge of 500 cubic feet per second was in 1965.

Sturgis Veteran to Lead Commission to Determine the Future of the Army

The goal of the eight member group is to assess the strength and unit size of the Army, National Guard, and Army Reserve.

Know your options--not one-size-fits-all medicine

Some minor medical  procedures are suitable for an office setting versus a surgical center.  Cost savings and convenience are factors.

Child uninjured after Rapid City chase ends in crash

Child is found in the back seat of a car after the driver ran from police.

2016 ballot proposals include medical marijuana

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (AP) — A South Dakota medical marijuana supporter hopes to begin gathering signatures within a month to put a proposal on the 2016 ballot to allow people with serious medical…

Drought to flooding rain, will the pattern continue?

In Rapid City the first 4 months of the year will go down as one of the driest on record.

Will the wet weather pattern continue into the summer

Ex-US Senate candidate's voting law violation trial resumes

PIERRE, S.D. (AP) — Jury members at the election violation law trial of former South Dakota US. Senate candidate Annette Bosworth are set to hear instructions and closing arguments.

Hill City saw mill closes temporarily due to flooding

Rushmore Forest Products in Hill City has had to temporarily shut down operations of its saw mill, putting a majority of their 125 employees on the sidelines.

Police release name of Rapid City shooting victim

The man found shot to death early Monday morning in his Maple Avenue home has been identified as 22-year-old Charles Metcalf.

Teachers become students to support opt out

Teachers became the students in a role reversal this morning to help Rapid City Schools.

Teachers train for opt out vote

Civic Center board still looking for architect

The civic center needs to license an independent architect with qualifications approved by the department of justice by the end of June.

Civic center board discusses ADA requirements

Randy Sparkman was acquitted on a rape charge, but found guilty of incest

A jury found him guilty of incest earlier this year, Tuesday, he was sentenced for his crime.

Wyoming lawmakers begin looking at school funding

CASPER, Wyo. (AP) — State lawmakers and educators have started the process of refiguring the way schools are funded in Wyoming.

It's 'Goodbye Yellow Brick Road' in Rapid City this fall

After 4,000 concerts in 50 years, Elton John lets the sun go down with "The Final Curtain" tour.

Jury convicts ex-US Senate hopeful of violating...

Pactola Reservoir to Release More Water

Sturgis Veteran to Lead Commission to Determine...

Know your options--not one-size-fits-all medicine

Child uninjured after Rapid City chase ends in...

2016 ballot proposals include medical marijuana

Will the wet weather pattern continue into the summer

Drought to flooding rain, will the pattern...

Ex-US Senate candidate's voting law violation...

Hill City saw mill closes temporarily due to...

Police release name of Rapid City shooting victim

Teachers train for opt out vote

Teachers become students to support opt out

Civic center board discusses ADA requirements

Civic Center board still looking for architect

Randy Sparkman was acquitted on a rape charge,...

Wyoming lawmakers begin looking at school funding

It's 'Goodbye Yellow Brick Road' in Rapid City...

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