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Black Friday shoppers out in full force

Shoppers were out early and in large groups for Black Friday shopping. But did some early openings affect business?

Rapid City police busy but little Black Friday crime

Rapid City police where quite busy Thursday night through Friday morning but very little was actually related to the Black Friday frenzy, according to a release by Sgt. Brian Blenner.

Rapid City woman hosts Thanksgiving dinner for her motel tenants

Rapid City's Budget Inn Manager Constance Gravatt is getting ready to serve a meal to everyone in the motel. 

Rapid City police keep an eye out for drunk drivers over holiday weekend

The night before Thanksgiving is usually an eventful night for police because people are out celebrating the holiday. 

Staff pay it forward

Arnold's staff volunteered to prepare the food. Staff worked on getting this meal ready over the past two days
 

Catholic organization serves more than 500 meals to community members

This catholic organization and other volunteers provided hot turkey meals to community members. 

Shaw blames diabetes

Uncontrolled diabetes.  Is it an excuse or an explanation for former mayor Jim Shaw's poor behavior?

Consumers are prime targets during the holidays

Thanksgiving is almost here, Black Friday shoppers are preparing; some may even get a jump start because a number of retailers are opening their doors Thursday evening.

Cops snag fugitive after 120 mph chase

John Landoll Jr. fled from police while on Highway 16, just south of Rapid City. The chase continued onto Interstate 90, between Rapid City and Tilford where Landoll was finally stopped and…

Take precautions on holiday shopping sprees

The Attorney General’s Consumer Protection Division is again encouraging consumers to shop with care this holiday season.

Rapid City council pushes for civic center vote

The resolution would authorize the use of sales tax revenue bonds to pay for the $180 million project. With this resolution came the discussion of 'if' and 'when' there will be a public vote on…

Rapid City judge to become state Supreme Court justice

Gov. Dennis Daugaard announced that he will appoint Janine M. Kern of Rapid City to the state's highest court. Kern is a circuit court judge in the Seventh Judicial Circuit.

Deadwood casino owners get early Christmas gift

After almost a year of lackluster and sometimes dismal monthly revenue reports, Deadwood casinos hit the fall jackpot.

Snatching purses becomes typical Rapid City problem

Monday, a woman shopping in the Stumer Road Walmart had her purse stolen from her cart, the third purse snatching in two weeks.

Rapid City thieves snatch 8k in GoPro cameras

From purse snatching to what could almost be called a smash and grab, Rapid City has it's share of criminals bent on ruining the holidays.

Black Friday shoppers out in full force

Rapid City police busy but little Black Friday...

Rapid City woman hosts Thanksgiving dinner for...

Rapid City police keep an eye out for drunk...

Staff pay it forward

Catholic organization serves more than 500...

Shaw blames diabetes

Consumers are prime targets during the holidays

Cops snag fugitive after 120 mph chase

Take precautions on holiday shopping sprees

Rapid City council pushes for civic center vote

Rapid City judge to become state Supreme Court...

Deadwood casino owners get early Christmas gift

Snatching purses becomes typical Rapid City...

Rapid City thieves snatch 8k in GoPro cameras

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