Ignition efforts started on Crow Peak Fire

The fire near Spearfish increased from around 1200 acres to 1300 but most of the increased acreage is due to firefighters fighting the fire with fire.

With the 4th of July weekend approaching, many are preparing to celebrate the holiday by lighting off their own fireworks.

So if you still want to create your own private fireworks display, you need to do it in a place where it's legal and where it's safe.

Jacobi Branich, the 19-year-old charged with killing one of his passengers while driving drunk in April, pleaded guilty to vehicular homicide Thursday in Seventh Circuit Court.

Officials discuss state of Pennington County

RCAS Superintendent starts, discusses future improvements

The places where seeing a doctor costs the most

Allender delivers State of the City address

Sanford Lab Homestake Visitor Center celebrates 1st anniversary

HealthWatch: preventing mosquito-born virsuses

Game, Fish and Parks: Don't forget safety while on the water

Residents ask for patience in addressing Whiteclay problems

Screen addiction: Setting technology boundaries with your kids

Board of Regents approves beer, wine sales regulations

Thursday's 4pm Forecast - 6/30/16

Crow Peak Fire called 8 percent contained, 1,350 acres

Farm Rescue adds more services, eyes geographical expansion

Crow Peak Fire is 5 percent contained

BHSU feeds 600 firefighters three meals a day

FEMA Pine Ridge housing effort nears completion

Mayor requests half of 2017 Vision Fund be used for community projects

Rapid City Police focus on impaired driving, fireworks for holiday weekend

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