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A look at police race relations

In the wake of several deadly confrontations between police and black men, KOTA Territory News takes a look at our own neighborhood.

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KOTA News Extra - Race and law enforcement

We look at the issue of the lack of diversity in the Rapid City Police Department and the Pennington County Sheriff's Department -- and what's being done to address the issue

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Rapid City Police say community is supportive

While being a police officer in some U.S. cities may be more challenging right now following the events in Ferguson, Mo., last summer, the story is different in Rapid City.

Rapid City welcomes Lakota Nation Invitational

Ice rink by night, basketball court by day, Rushmore Plaza Civic Center employees worked around the clock to prep for the Lakota Nation Invitational. 

Lakota Nation Invitational Kicks off

Police deny permit for anti-brutality rally during LNI

Citing problems with a previous protest march, Rapid City Police Chief Karl Jegeris denies a special event permit for an anti-police brutality march Friday.

South Dakota to spend millions of dollars on rail system

The plan calls for the reconstruction of the Mitchell to Rapid City Rail Line, new railroad sidings along the old DM&E line as well as upgrading the Britton line.

BNSF crews deal with Tuesday morning train derailment

The derailment occurred around 11 p.m. after a train was moving into the rail yard to sit out cars. During the process, a total of three rail cars had come off the tracks.

Group plans to lobby against gaming measure

Executive Director, Dale Bartscher said Monday that the Family Heritage Alliance plans to lobby lawmakers in January to not authorize the new games.

Homestake Mining to sell land in Spearfish Canyon

Homestake Mining Company is negotiating with the state Game, Fish and Parks Department to sell two large pieces of land in Spearfish Canyon.

Spearfish Canyon

Winter recreation trails opened in Black Hills

Monday, Dec. 15, marks the beginning of winter recreation on the Black Hills National Forest as Forest officials open snowmobile, cross country ski and snowshoe trails in the Black Hills area…

(img1)vid-A look at police race relations

A look at police race relations

(img1)vid-A look at police race relations

KOTA News Extra - Race and law enforcement

Rapid City Police say community is supportive

Lakota Nation Invitational Kicks off

Rapid City welcomes Lakota Nation Invitational

Police deny permit for anti-brutality rally...

South Dakota to spend millions of dollars on...

BNSF crews deal with Tuesday morning train...

Group plans to lobby against gaming measure

Spearfish Canyon

Homestake Mining to sell land in Spearfish Canyon

Winter recreation trails opened in Black Hills

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