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North Rapid City man assaulted in home invasion

Police say three male suspects forced their way in the home of a 72-year-old man, who was violently assaulted and robbed.

Rapid City police chief approves protest rally for Friday

The anti-police brutality march and rally was first denied by the police because of public safety concerns, especially since it was going to be near the Lakota Nation Invitational event.

KOTA News Extra - Race and law enforcement

We look at the issue of the lack of diversity in the Rapid City Police Department and the Pennington County Sheriff's Department -- and what's being done to address the issue

KOTA News Extra - Race and law enforcement

Rapid City Police say community is supportive

While being a police officer in some U.S. cities may be more challenging right now following the events in Ferguson, Mo., last summer, the story is different in Rapid City.

Police deny permit for anti-brutality rally during LNI

Citing problems with a previous protest march, Rapid City Police Chief Karl Jegeris denies a special event permit for an anti-police brutality march Friday.

South Dakota to spend millions of dollars on rail system

The plan calls for the reconstruction of the Mitchell to Rapid City Rail Line, new railroad sidings along the old DM&E line as well as upgrading the Britton line.

Group plans to lobby against gaming measure

Executive Director, Dale Bartscher said Monday that the Family Heritage Alliance plans to lobby lawmakers in January to not authorize the new games.

Homestake Mining to sell land in Spearfish Canyon

Homestake Mining Company is negotiating with the state Game, Fish and Parks Department to sell two large pieces of land in Spearfish Canyon.

Spearfish Canyon

Blue bag food drive brings in more than 63,000 pounds

Thanks to your generous donations, and the hard work of boyscouts and girlscouts across KOTA Territory, we gathered more than 63,000 pounds of food. That's 31.6 tons.

Venture onto drained Canyon Lake ends in rescue

Two boys figured a drained lake bed would be a breeze to walk around ... until they found themselves stuck in the mud.

McKie family donates $1 million for new monument

The $1 million gift will fund a 45-foot statue of a Native American woman holding a star quilt.

Freezing rain coats roads in the Dakotas, hampering travel

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (AP) — Many roads in the Dakotas are in poor driving condition because of freezing rain.

Dakota Choral Union takes the stage to support KOTA Care and Share Food Drive

Dakota Choral Union presented their annual Christmas at the Cathedral performance. More than 100 choir singers took the stage at Cathedral of Our Lady of Perpetual Help.

Rapid City's Church Response hosts Christmas Concert

Along with a silent auction Church Response hosted a free Christmas concert featuring Top Hats and Roses. 

Man feeds Rapid City homeless from RV

You never know when inspiration will strike, and Ted Hayward's idea of doing something meant giving back to the less fortunate of Rapid City.

North Rapid City man assaulted in home invasion

Rapid City police chief approves protest rally...

KOTA News Extra - Race and law enforcement

KOTA News Extra - Race and law enforcement

Rapid City Police say community is supportive

Police deny permit for anti-brutality rally...

South Dakota to spend millions of dollars on...

Group plans to lobby against gaming measure

Spearfish Canyon

Homestake Mining to sell land in Spearfish Canyon

Blue bag food drive brings in more than 63,000...

Venture onto drained Canyon Lake ends in rescue

McKie family donates $1 million for new monument

Freezing rain coats roads in the Dakotas,...

Dakota Choral Union takes the stage to support...

Rapid City's Church Response hosts Christmas...

Man feeds Rapid City homeless from RV

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