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Local doctor heading to Nepal to help quake victims

The massive earthquake that hit Nepal Sunday hit home for Dr. Binod Dhungana a Rapid City Regional Hospital physician who is from Nepal.

Fire danger high despite recent rainfall

Despite the recent April showers, rapid city is still in a dry spell and fire danger remains high.

If GOP has way, there won't be military base closures

Democrats complain that proposed defense budget bans the Pentagon from closing any U.S. military bases.

Group seeks funds for renaming Harney Peak

Considering it doesn't cost you a penny to make a public comment on renaming Harney Peak, the state attorney general warns consumers about fund drive.

Group forms to promote school district's opt out plan

As of Monday morning, the petitions have been certified to force a vote on the Rapid City Area School’s opt-out of property tax limits.

Children's Miracle Network: Scarlette and Brielle's story

Every year, about 450,000 babies are born too soon in the United States.  Thanks to medical advances, doctors and nurses are able to save more babies.  Thanks to Children's Miracle Network, the…

Children s Miracle Network Scarlette and Brielle s story

50 percent of wildfires are human caused in The Black Hills

Typical low maintenance steps include thinning the trees around or near your house.

Wildfire awareness week preparation

Rapid City's downtown fire station busting at seams

Mike Maltaverne said the department's needs are beyond what the 40-year-old building can provide.

The Olympic Village comes to Rapid City

The Black Hills area Special Olympics spring games showed off its best athletes today at Sioux Park.

New man to lead Ellsworth Task Force

Ellsworth Air Force Base is an economic engine for the region. 

No challenges by deadline for vote on opt-out

With no challenge by the deadline, the Rapid City school district is planning on certifying petitions and setting opt-out election.

State mulls dropping 80 mph limit west of Rapid City

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (AP) — Travelers on a roughly 55-mile stretch of I-90 west of Rapid City to the Wyoming border may not be able to drive the new 80 mph speed limit for much longer.

Butte County Flood victim recalls 13-hour ordeal

Two women were swept away by flood waters last June. One was killed. The other lived through 13 hours of torture.

Judge orders stay in execution of SD guard killer

A circuit court judge has issued a stay of execution for Rodney Berget, who was sentenced to death for the murder of a South Dakota prison guard.

Some students injured in Rapid City school bus crash

The crash happened about 7:45 a.m. when a woman in a Jeep turned onto Sheridan Lake Road from Sunshine Trail.

Local doctor heading to Nepal to help quake...

Fire danger high despite recent rainfall

If GOP has way, there won't be military base...

Group seeks funds for renaming Harney Peak

Group forms to promote school district's opt...

Children s Miracle Network Scarlette and Brielle s story

Children's Miracle Network: Scarlette and...

Wildfire awareness week preparation

50 percent of wildfires are human caused in The...

Rapid City's downtown fire station busting at...

The Olympic Village comes to Rapid City

New man to lead Ellsworth Task Force

No challenges by deadline for vote on opt-out

State mulls dropping 80 mph limit west of Rapid...

Butte County Flood victim recalls 13-hour ordeal

Judge orders stay in execution of SD guard killer

Some students injured in Rapid City school bus...

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