Shooting for the moon lands one SDSMT graduate a job at NASA

Almost 200 students graduated Saturday from the School of Mines and Technology. While many students have been working toward their dream and may still have quite a ways to go one student already made it.

Senator Mike Rounds proposes legislation to fund the president's border wall for 10 years.

The future of the new B-21 bomber is starting to coming together with Ellsworth making the very short list of potential bases for the high tech plane.

We are seeing more sunshine for the second half of our weekend here across the Black Hills!

safari on ice

Rapid City teen earns nomination to U.S. Naval Academy

Some clouds tonight, sunny Sunday

Final day of LNI Tournament

Dr. Heather Wilson speaks at SDSMT commencement

Some clouds tonight, sunny Sunday

Pine Ridge hemp farmer eyes victory in new farm bill

Seven South Dakota National Guard Soldiers are leaving for over a year-long cybersecurity mission

A new $20 million National Guard Readiness Center is coming to Rapid City

DAV makes Christmas Care packages for veterans

Gap Factory to close in Rapid City

Gun shops could benefit from Governor Noem

Hand games draws in big crowds

Mulvaney named acting chief of staff

Credit card might not cover car rental insurance

Ways to protect your packages this holiday season

Shutdown looms as Trump weighs next move on border wall

Two area organizations team up to provide safe place for pets, humans

After close governor race, Sutton hints at political future

Is mountain lion population growing?

Death row executions remain near historic lows in 2018

Wyoming lawmakers consider investing rainy day funds

Marshall County sheriff revoked for inappropriate comments

Fatal crash in Custer County on Wednesday night

Facebook says bug may have exposed photos on 7M users

J&J hammered by report it knew of asbestos in baby powder

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