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Prescribed burn upsetting downwind neighbors

Earlier this week, South Dakota Wildland Fire division, along with several state and national agencies performed a prescribed burn of 1,938 acres near Custer State Park and Wind Cave National…

Forensic testing delays Rapid City murder trial

Daryl Espinosa, 28, is accused in the murder of Lars Greeley, 59.

World dispute on meat labeling

Another delay in Country of Origin Labeling

Another month, same story - Deadwood revenue slips

The casinos' nearly $9.5 million in adjusted gross earnings produced just above $850,000 in state and local taxes in September.

Brace yourself for four more prescribed fires this week

As the Forest Service's Norbeck prescribed fire winds down, they plan on starting four more this week near Spearfish and Sundance.

Park Service set to ignite fire in Wind Cave National Park

The 2,199-acre Cold Brook Prescribed Fire in Wind Cave that was postponed from April is set to be ignited Thursday, Oct. 23.

Murderer Rodney Berget will get a new execution date

Berget pled guilty to killing Senior Corrections Officer Ron Johnson in a botched prison escape at the Sioux Falls Penitentiary in February 2012.

Rapid City police say no foul play evident in death

Police believe the man had been living under a bridge; no evidence of foul play in his death.

South Dakota's sex offender registry continues to work

South Dakota currently has 3,300 registered sex offenders living in the state.

Rapid City police will beef up traffic enforcement

Watch that speed and pay attention to stop lights and signs. Rapid City's police force plans on taking a hard look at bad drivers.

Rapid City Fire Department puts two new ambulances in service

The Rapid City Fire Department put two new state–of–the–art ambulances into service Monday to meet the growing demand for emergency care.

Bee outlook in the Black Hills; good year for one beekeeper

"This year was a good year for me," said Owens. "I got 50 gallons."


Regional Hospital moves to train and prepare for Ebola

Following the news of the two Texas healthcare workers who got sick, and a change in CDC recommendations in handling Ebola, Rapid City Regional Hospital is taking action.

Prescribed burn set to begin Monday near Pringle

The 1,938-acre burn will be about four miles northeast of the town.

Judge hears South Dakota gay marriage arguments

The state argues Judge Karen Schreier should dismiss the lawsuit because the 8th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals earlier affirmed Nebraska's ban on gay marriage.

Prescribed burn upsetting downwind neighbors

Forensic testing delays Rapid City murder trial

World dispute on meat labeling

Another month, same story - Deadwood revenue slips

Brace yourself for four more prescribed fires...

Park Service set to ignite fire in Wind Cave...

Murderer Rodney Berget will get a new execution...

Rapid City police say no foul play evident in...

South Dakota's sex offender registry continues...

Rapid City police will beef up traffic enforcement

Rapid City Fire Department puts two new...

Bee outlook in the Black Hills; good year for...

Regional Hospital moves to train and prepare...

Prescribed burn set to begin Monday near Pringle

Judge hears South Dakota gay marriage arguments

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