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    Conference in Rapid City focuses on oil and gas activities Video included

    What does the oil boom in North Dakota mean for South Dakota? And are there potential opportunities to bring jobs and economic development to this area. Some of those questions were brought up at the 9th Annual New Horizons Oil and Gas Conference in Rapid City.

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    Silly thief, you forgot your wallet! Video included

    Police say the woman left behind her wallet with her ID in it.

    Deadwood extends partnership with tourism consultant Roger Brooks

    Mayor Chuck Turbiville signed Deadwood’s Branding, Product Development and Marketing Action Plan with Roger Brooks International Thursday.

    Children First: Female students learning how to hunt Video included

    "Women are interested in hunting, they're the fastest growing segment of the hunting population," 

    Two young girls miraculously survive car crashing into home

    The driver, their 21-year-old cousin Givara Zaki, drove into the house at the 2300 block of Blauvelt Avenue around 1:19 a.m. Police say there was no alcohol involved. Zaki was charged with reckless driving.

    Rapid City mayor: police chief search could take months Video included

    During his quarterly progress report with the media Thursday, Rapid City Mayor Sam Kooiker said he will take as long as necessary to find the most qualified candidate.

    Mountain lion tranquilized, released near Spearfish

    Mountain lion tranquilized, released near Spearfish

    Regional Wildlife Manager John Kanta says his office received a call that the big cat was in a tree, just off exit eight. Kanta says the lion was tranquilized because it didn't present a danger to the public.

    Deadwood casino revenue dive ends

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    While revenue has edged up a little, gamblers still aren't ready to wager as much as they did in the past.

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