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Rapid native and Columbia student has rare opportunity

The decision to feature the project in Rapid City had to do with correcting misinformation about South Dakota and the pride for Rapid City, shared by all involved.

The Gaslight holds ALS Ice Bucket Challenge

The ALS Ice Bucket Challenge started in the summer of 2014 and became the world's largest global social media phenomenon.

'Sisters on the Fly' members visit the Black Hills

Nearly 100 women from an outdoor adventure club take over the Black Hills this weekend.

Fisher's spirit remembered on wings of a butterfly

Remembering Gabby Fisher, the 33-year-old who died in a boat crash at Pactola Reservoir, not with mourning, but celebration

Tourist operators point to record season even before August motorcycle rally

Bear Country,Reptile Gardens, Sitting Bull Cave report visitor increases

Air Quality Alert issued due to smokey skies

Weather conditions, combined with smoke drifting from western wildfires, are to blame.

Gold Rush era is alive again

About 200 people began retracing Black Hills gold rush era history Friday as they rolled back time to the late 1880s heading out on a wagon train excursion.

Black Hills Power pulls down old power plant

If you've driven down Deadwood Avenue in Rapid City over the last few days, you may have said – “Something is different.”

Ben French power plant is no more

Senators: More must be done to prevent future wildfires

As Washington and other Western states battle huge blazes this summer, two U.S. senators said at a field hearing in Seattle that more needs to be done to prepare for and help prevent future…

Gillette bus driver pleads guilty to crash that killed 3

A Gillette bus driver accused of killing three people after a crash last year in a construction zone will avoid prison after pleading guilty to reduced charges as part of an agreement with…

Sheriff's Department has two license plate readers

What are license plate readers and what do they do?

SDSM&T graduate students affected by data breach

There has been a data breach at the South Dakota School of Mines and Technology... and it came from inside the school.

Wind shift and chaos lead to firefighter deaths

The three firefighters were killed after their engine went up a steep gravel road and crashed down a 40-foot embankment.

Open fires banned in Sheridan

The Sheridan area was dry enough for the Sheep Creek Fire to spread and conditions are continuing to get worse in the area.

Police make arrest in two Rapid City robbery cases

Jesse Nelson, 19 of Rapid City, was arrested late Wednesday night at an Anamosa Street apartment complex.

Rapid native and Columbia student has rare...

The Gaslight holds ALS Ice Bucket Challenge

'Sisters on the Fly' members visit the Black Hills

Fisher's spirit remembered on wings of a butterfly

Tourist operators point to record season even...

Air Quality Alert issued due to smokey skies

Gold Rush era is alive again

Ben French power plant is no more

Black Hills Power pulls down old power plant

Senators: More must be done to prevent future...

Gillette bus driver pleads guilty to crash that...

Sheriff's Department has two license plate readers

SDSM&T graduate students affected by data breach

Wind shift and chaos lead to firefighter deaths

Open fires banned in Sheridan

Police make arrest in two Rapid City robbery cases

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