The South Dakota School of Mines and Technology is hosting the 2014 Student Conference for the Institute of Industrial Engineers this weekend at the Alex Johnson.
From classic to modern, if you're a car enthusiast, the Rushmore Plaza Civic Center has you covered this weekend.
Black Hills FOX Reporter Zach Nugent who's live at the annual Counts of the Cobblestone Car Show.
One of the Black Hills' oldest tourist attractions sits closed at the moment, as the City of Hot Springs works to complete a two-week-long renovation project on Evans Plunge.
The city is currently at the halfway point of the project, with staff and volunteers working to remodel the facility's lobby, repaint the pool area and renovate its health club.
A man running for the U.S. Senate in South Dakota says he is succeeding in his goal of visiting every incorporated town in the state.
Democratic candidate Rick Weiland says he has now visited more than 300 towns in South Dakota.
There was a sort of urban legend that a long, cold winter might be effective in ending the pine beetle infestation in the Black Hills.
Well, we are having that long, cold winter, but a Forest Service insect expert says there is no sign that it's having any effect on the beetles.
The South Dakota Game, Fish, and Parks Department is still in the early stages of planning for a new visitor center in Custer State Park, but a recent announcement will definitely help move things forward.