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The First Alert Weather Team is calling Monday a Severe Weather Alert Day. That means you should plan now for what you will do today if severe storms develop. Severe thunderstorms include the possibility of hail, strong winds, and an isolated tornado. 

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City council starts hearings for proposed 2016 budget

A good portion of the budget is going to the Rapid City Police Department, with an increase in wages and benefits.

Rapid City School Board addresses open positions

The Rapid City Board of Education addressed the issues regarding teaching openings.

Update - Missing 15-year-old Rapid City boy found safe

Jaden Roubideaux has been located and according to the Rapid City police, he is safe.

Rapid City Education Association votes on agreement

The Rapid City Education Association held a special meeting to explain and vote on the tentative agreement reached in a mediation session earlier this month.

Sturgis Police Chief set to receive Outstanding Achievement Award

"The Papy Hoel Outstanding Achievement Award is about service to the Sturgis motorcycle rally”

Suspected shoplifter may be missing home invader

Remember the home invasion and violent robbery back in December of 2014 on 110 East Watertown, Rapid City? Police may have found the final suspect.

Keystone XL pipeline hearing before state regulators begins

PIERRE, S.D. (AP) — The Public Utilities Commission is considering whether to approve for the second time in just over five years construction of the South Dakota portion of the long-delayed…

Northern Cheyenne tribe looks at sites along railroad

BILLINGS, Mont. (AP) — The Northern Cheyenne tribe plans additional investigations of cultural sites along the path of a proposed railroad that would open new areas of southeastern Montana to…

Harvest Time Baptist Church is on the road to recovery

A Box Elder church is on the road to recovery after a fire destroyed the inside of their place of worship.

Duck race brings in big bucks for Children's Miracle Network

The 26th annual Great Black Hills Duck Race brought in more than $75,000 for the Children's Miracle Network.

Ellsworth Air Force Base deploys nearly 350 to SW Asia

The pride was there but so were the tears as nearly 350 servicemen and women from Ellsworth Air Force base began a deployment to southwest Asia Thursday, and the experience is a team effort.

Students explore college options at School of Mines open house

High schoolers are getting a first-hand look at what life is like on the School of Mines campus.



Armadillo's Ice Cream Shoppe hosts KOTA Care & Share fundraiser

Armadillo's Ice Cream Shoppe hosted 'Christmas in July' a fundraiser to support the KOTA Care and Share Food Drive.

Feedlots report 18 percent increase in cattle from 2014

Though an increase in cattle, other categories are down from a year ago.

Sturgis City Council votes to allow beer sales in parks

Some residents, including Sturgis Soccer Association president Don Woklenhauer, are concerned hosting rally events in the city park could ruin the grounds.

Statue unveiled to honor supporter of Sturgis Rally

City council starts hearings for proposed 2016...

Rapid City School Board addresses open positions

Update - Missing 15-year-old Rapid City boy...

Rapid City Education Association votes on...

Sturgis Police Chief set to receive Outstanding...

Suspected shoplifter may be missing home invader

Keystone XL pipeline hearing before state...

Northern Cheyenne tribe looks at sites along...

Harvest Time Baptist Church is on the road to...

Duck race brings in big bucks for Children's...

Ellsworth Air Force Base deploys nearly 350 to...

Students explore college options at School of...

Armadillo's Ice Cream Shoppe hosts KOTA Care &...

Feedlots report 18 percent increase in cattle...

Statue unveiled to honor supporter of Sturgis Rally

Sturgis City Council votes to allow beer sales...

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