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Pine Ridge community mourns the death of dog-attack victim

Jayla Rodriguez was mauled and killed by a pack of dogs Tuesday. And Saturday family, friends and supporters gathered to grieve for her.

Opinions divided on stray dog round up on Pine Ridge Reservation

In response to Jayla Rodriguez’s death, police and animal control continue to round up stray dogs on the Pine Ridge Reservation. That's divided opinions.

Stray dogs rounded up after child's death

Police officers and animal control are rounding up stray dogs on the Pine Ridge Reservation. Memorial walk and wake planned for 8-year-old Jayla Rodriguez, mauled and killed by pack of dogs.

Veteran serves up a 'Taste of Home'

Local Veterans team up for Operation Comfort Warriors fundraiser

National Guard volunteers with Yellow Bike Project

National Guard members have been aiding the Yellow Bike Project in assembling bikes. for Toys for Tots.

Main Street Square outdoor ice rink opens

Main Street Square opens outdoor ice rink with Skates-giving food drive

Four dead in Sisseton murder-suicide

Police believe a Sisseton man shot and killed three people before killing himself early Saturday morning.

Immigrants unhappy with new reform

Just like the rest of America, legal immigrants have differing views on whether President Obama is right to use executive orders to enact reform.

Update on fatal Pine Ridge dog-pack attack

Law enforcment re-examines feral dog laws

Feral dogs see children as prey

Dog trainer and behaviorist explains how to avoid the dangers of a wild dog approach

Schools 'go green' for youth runaways

The students have been donating blankets and participating in activities to express their personal thoughts on homelessness. but most students just want to help out.

Commission moves on new Deadwood games

The commission voted on Thursday in Deadwood to draft legislation to allow craps, keno and roulette with the goal of having regulations and the games in place by July 1.

Learning by Observing

Rapid City, S.D. -
Learning from positive, sober adult mentors. That is the foundation that has built the Ateyapi program in Rapid City.

Learning by Observing

Keystone XL pipeline opponents react to decsion

Those in the Native American community say even though they are satisfied with the decision there is still work to be done.

Black Hills Corp presents $100K check to Rural America Initiatives capital campaign

The money is a big drop in the bucket toward raising $250,000 by December in order for a match from the Shakopee Mdewakanton tribe in Minnesota.

Rural America Initiative Headstart gets boost

Pine Ridge community mourns the death of...

Opinions divided on stray dog round up on Pine...

Stray dogs rounded up after child's death

Veteran serves up a 'Taste of Home'

National Guard volunteers with Yellow Bike Project

Main Street Square outdoor ice rink opens

Four dead in Sisseton murder-suicide

Immigrants unhappy with new reform

Update on fatal Pine Ridge dog-pack attack

Feral dogs see children as prey

Schools 'go green' for youth runaways

Commission moves on new Deadwood games

Learning by Observing

Learning by Observing

Keystone XL pipeline opponents react to decsion

Rural America Initiative Headstart gets boost

Black Hills Corp presents $100K check to Rural...

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