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Local reaction to NFL player protests

The firestorm that exploded Friday, when President Trump said “players who didn’t stand should be fired” and we have found it is a controversial topic here in KOTA Territory, as well.

We see gas prices continue to fall, but at a local Rapid City gas station the prices are even lower.

A new memorial will be set up to honor The Spirit of Six, Rapid City High School cheerleaders who were killed in a 1968 plane crash.

A South Dakota sailor killed during the attack on Pearl Harbor in December 1941 will be laid to rest after finally being identified.

From Spare Parts to High Art

Court sets trial date for man accused of Rapid City shooting

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FBI: Violent crimes increased in 2016

Trump to create $200M grant program for computer education

Helping kids cope in the aftermath of tragedy

Mountain Pine Beetle epidemic is over, but the work is not

National Anthem draws attention at NFL Sunday Games

Boy who beat cancer now fights the disease for others

Rapid City policemen and Ellsworth AFB airmen team up for K-9 training

SDSM&T students gear up for ‘Pumpkin Chuckin’ competition

Ellsworth bombers fly north of Korean DMZ, in international waters

The Black Hills Veteran's Honor March and Marathon held

Improvements are coming to a scenic Black Hills destination

Seniors get useful information at Aging Gracefully Expo

10 year old Rapid City Autistic boy receives rescue dog in the making

Two South Dakota governor candidates in Rapid City

Deployment ceremony to be held for 189th Aviation Regiment

Robbinsdale Park closed for updates

Fire danger still relative in cooler temperatures

Diaper drive set to help families in need

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