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Rapid Valley left with debris after July 4 festivities

Rapid Valley is the place to be when you want to set off fireworks on the 4th, and usually the crowds leave a big mess behind.

Week-long trip thru 1868 Laramie Treaty lands

The purpose of the classroom on wheels is to build relationships and respect between Native and non-Native communities

Patriotic celebration ends in grassfire

Celebrations of freedom happened from coast to coast in honor of our nations holiday, but some resulted in danger for others.

 Fireworks were the cause of a fire on 12th street, multiple hoses…

Thousands attend Rainbow Gathering

The gathering site is located about three air miles southwest of Deerfield Lake or 22 miles northwest of Hill City.

Bomb threat discovered to be false alarm

Some things are not always as they seem.

Health parks, healthy people campaign

The national Park Service is jumping on the health craze and wants cleaner air for your visit to the Shrine of Democracy

Mt. Rushmore Road project switches lanes

Prepare to shift gears next week, as the Mount Rushmore Road project shifts lanes.

Wheat farmers breathing a sigh of relief

Dry conditions in March and April had harvesters very worried about their winter wheat yield.

Enjoy Fourth of July and learn history of birth of nation

Independence week is a special time of year for Founding Fathers Black Hills.  Many special events planned.

Community says goodbye to 6-month-old L'Naya Love White

Hundreds of people in the KOTA Territory community rallied behind the White family who tragically lost 6-month-old L'Naya Love White June 26.

There's a new game in town!

Gaming officials are optimistic that the new games will bring in an additional $2 million in revenue.

Local woman seeks to keep her 'therapy' goats

One woman's bid to keep 'therapy' goats in her Rapid City home hit headwinds today at a city council committee hearing.

Woman wants to keep goats in Rapid City home

School bus morphed into ambulance for Sturgis Rally

Emergency service agencies are getting ready for the 75th annual Sturgis Rally and they have a new toy in their fleet … a big, yellow school bus.

Bus turned into ambulance for disasters

Former US Senate candidate Annette Bosworth avoids jail

PIERRE, S.D. (AP) — Former South Dakota U.S. Senate candidate Annette Bosworth has avoided jail time for election law violations during her unsuccessful primary campaign in 2014.

Rapid City workers check playground slides for blades

Rapid City police and city workers react to social media claims that someone put razor blades on the College Park slide.

Rapid Valley left with debris after July 4...

Week-long trip thru 1868 Laramie Treaty lands

Patriotic celebration ends in grassfire

Thousands attend Rainbow Gathering

Bomb threat discovered to be false alarm

Health parks, healthy people campaign

Mt. Rushmore Road project switches lanes

Wheat farmers breathing a sigh of relief

Enjoy Fourth of July and learn history of birth...

Community says goodbye to 6-month-old L'Naya...

There's a new game in town!

Woman wants to keep goats in Rapid City home

Local woman seeks to keep her 'therapy' goats

Bus turned into ambulance for disasters

School bus morphed into ambulance for Sturgis...

Former US Senate candidate Annette Bosworth...

Rapid City workers check playground slides for...

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