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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.

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.

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.

Lead woman sentenced for raping 12-year-old boy

Staci Jo Graves was sentenced Thursday to 15 years in prison for sexual contact and 10 years for soliciting a minor.

Measure 18 to raise minimum wage leaving people divided

Debate is heating up about a measure to be voted on in this coming November. Ballot Measure 18 seeks to raise the state's minimum wage from $7.25 to $8.50 per hour.

Deadwood gambling expansion campaign emerges

Deadwood casino supporters tout economic impact of gambling while opponents hit the social and financial impact of addiction.

Million here, million there - soon it's real political money

A lot of big bucks are being tossed around the South Dakota U.S. Senate campaign.

Pennington County finishes office move across street

Pennington County has completed the relocation of selected departments to the new County Administration Building, one block east of the main courthouse (130 Kansas City Street, Rapid City).

Fire danger 'extreme' with the mid October heat

Check with your local fire department for fire bans where you live.

Senator Thune wants a travel ban due to Ebola outbreak

While President Obama says the country needs to be more aggressive to combat Ebola, several Republicanss, including South Dakota's John Thune, call for a temporary travel ban from West African…

Box Elder man accused of holding a 2-year-old hostage last summer is in new trouble

Raymond Cuny was arrested for DUI and reckless driving following Sunday crash in Rapid City.

Rapid City Fire Department puts two new...

Rapid City police will beef up traffic enforcement

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

Lead woman sentenced for raping 12-year-old boy

Measure 18 to raise minimum wage leaving people...

Deadwood gambling expansion campaign emerges

Million here, million there - soon it's real...

Pennington County finishes office move across...

Fire danger 'extreme' with the mid October heat

Senator Thune wants a travel ban due to Ebola...

Candidates for South Dakota seat in U. S. House...

Box Elder man accused of holding a 2-year-old...

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