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Jury says hospital workers did not carve KKK into man

In 2011, 71-year-old Vernon Traversie was in regional for heart surgery when he says workers intentionally carved the letters into his stomach.

FAA signs off on Air Force training space expansion

On a national level, Sen. John Thune said the air space expansion approval is essential to maintaining military readiness. For South Dakota, it gives B–1's the ability to train closer to home.

Mitchell speaks to group on state of schools

Earlier in the week the Rapid City Area School Board approved a motion to opt out. Dr. Tim Mitchell spoke to the Black Hills Press Club today to explain what the decision means.

The Press Club…

Recreational shooting causes wildfire concerns

As more people hit the Black Hills for recreational activities, concern grows about the possibility of someone sparking a wildfire.

Vucurevich Foundation snags a 'star' speaker this fall

The John T. Vucurevich Foundation will host “An Evening with Neil deGrasse Tyson,” at the Rushmore Plaza Civic Center Theatre this fall

Teen's death shocks Belle Fourche community

The driver survived the crash but Jeremiah Helton died later in the hospital. Neither boy was wearing a seat belt.

Ellsworth conducts wartime readiness exercise

March 30-31 exercise brings more air traffic and simulated wartime attacks at the Air Force base.

Historic Frawley Ranch collection to be auctioned off

While some of the historic pieces were donated to the Adam's Museum in Deadwood, much of the collection will go on the auction block Saturday.

South Dakota youth continue to struggle with weight

The number of kids packing extra pounds in South Dakota has remained stagnant for three years, according to a recently released state health department survey.

Alcohol use cited in Wyoming coal mine death

CASPER, Wyo. (AP) — Authorities say a coal mine worker who died last year when the truck he was driving went over a head wall and plunged 238 feet was legally drunk at the time.

'Rustling up some steaks' is a growing concern in Wyo

CASPER, Wyo. (AP) — An interim legislative committee will study ways to combat an anticipated increase in cattle rustling in Wyoming.

City taking new look at what to do with Civic Center

Rapid City leaders opened the floor to conversation today on the future of the Rushmore Plaza Civic Center in what the city council called an "after action review" of its expansion plan that…

Harley-Davidson lays groundwork for Sturgis presence

It wasn’t your typical groundbreaking ceremony. Instead of shovels, there was a Harley-Davidson shovelhead bike; and forget hardhats … people donned motorcycle helmets.

School Board unanimously approves opt out resolution

The measure will provide $6 million every year, for the next five years through a raise in property taxes from those living in the district.

Belle Fourche teenager killed in Tuesday night crash

The South Dakota Highway Patrol says two boys under the age of 18 were riding in a pickup on a gravel road near the Butte County highway shop when the driver lost control, rolling the pickup…

Jury says hospital workers did not carve KKK...

FAA signs off on Air Force training space...

Mitchell speaks to group on state of schools

Recreational shooting causes wildfire concerns

Vucurevich Foundation snags a 'star' speaker...

Teen's death shocks Belle Fourche community

Ellsworth conducts wartime readiness exercise

Historic Frawley Ranch collection to be...

South Dakota youth continue to struggle with...

Alcohol use cited in Wyoming coal mine death

'Rustling up some steaks' is a growing concern...

City taking new look at what to do with Civic...

Harley-Davidson lays groundwork for Sturgis...

School Board unanimously approves opt out...

Belle Fourche teenager killed in Tuesday night...

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