The Rapid City Fire Department says there was an additional cause for concern for firefighter and public safety while battling a structure fire Sunday afternoon.… Read More
South Dakota Secretary of State Jason Gant announced on Friday that the petitions submitted for an initiated measure to increase the state minimum wage has… Read More
Hermosa's annual Christmas Carnival had to be brought to an end early because of the cold weather, but promoters say the kids still had a… Read More
The sub zero cold streak continues throughout the Black Hills, and now area public safety officials are urging caution on the ice. The Rapid City… Read More
Goodwill of the Great Plains held their Third Annual Christmas Shoe and Mitten Party Saturday, handing out new shoes, socks, hats, and mittens to children… Read More
What started as a simple art contest can mean a whole new path in life for one Pennington County Jail inmate. Alden No Moccasin III… Read More
The South Dakota School of Mines and Technology was host to nearly 150 elementary and middle school students Saturday for the regional First Lego LeagueRead More
In spite of the cold weather, the Y was getting people to come out for an art show and sale in Rapid City Saturday. The… Read More
With the eligibility to do so set to expire this month, Heidi Waloke's defense attorney has asked the 7th Circuit Court to reconsider reducing the… Read More
You may have seen highlights from the Festival of Trees in Lead, but that's not the only Northern Hills community touting its holiday spirit this… Read More
The Forest Service offered a good deal on its Forest Recreation passes on Friday, as part of a celebration of the holiday season.
Campers and… Read More
If you're looking for a way to give back this holiday season, you can do so all while going for a swim.
The Roosevelt Swim… Read More
After a recent trip to South America, some South Dakota Guard members are already planning a return visit.
Late last month, members of the South… Read More
Most of us know someone who has been affected by cancer.
The South Dakota School of Mines just finished a month-long fundraiser in the name… Read More
A new report from the South Dakota Board of Regents recommends ways to help American Indian students succeed in state universities.
The regents met Wednesday… Read More
With temperatures this week forecasted to bottom out at 17 degrees below zero, the Rapid City Fire Department is warning Black Hills residents to protect… Read More
There was another demonstration of cooperation in the fight against pine beetles in the Black Hills.
Monday near Hill City, state, county and federal officials… Read More
Now that Thanksgiving is over, it's that time of year when folks start to put out their holiday decorations. As residents in the Black Hills… Read More
About one month ago Typhoon Haiyan devastated the Southeast Asia area and left over 5,000 dead in the Philippines. Sunday night, the Rapid City community… Read More
We are expecteing to see some snow this week, which has area ski resorts like Ski Mystic Deer Mountain excited to see that fresh powder… Read More
At the end of the tourist season, many of the small businesses in the towns of the Central Hills close down for the winter. There… Read More
The Christmas season at the South Dakota State Railroad Museum in Hill City brings the Trees and Trains Exhibit through the month of December. It's… Read More
A brush fire broke out on Rapid City's south side with flames reaching 6 to 7 feet tall just yards away from multiple homes.… Read More
It's a tradition making thousands of kids' holidays just a little merrier.
Saturday the Salvation Army teamed up with Black Hills Walmart stores to host… Read More
Before the parade began, the South Dakota Stockgrowers Association, which has an office along the parade route, held an open house.Read More
The Christmas spirit is alive and well at Storybook Island, as the glittering lights were turned on Friday night for the 19th Annual Christmas Nights… Read More
Black Friday started earlier than ever this year with many stores around the country and here in the Black Hills opening on Thanksgiving Day. But… Read More
Volunteers and restaurants from the City of Riders also gave back this Thanksgiving.
The Sidehack Saloon celebrated its 14th annual free Thanksgiving Dinner this year.… Read More
A local restaurant has cooked up quite the donation for the Rancher Relief Fund.
Dakotah Steakhouse in Rapid City presented a $21,000 check to the… Read More
The next few days will be busy ones on the road.
Be it visiting family on the actual holiday, shopping the day after or heading… Read More
United Blood Services in Rapid City says, while many think of the holiday season as a time for good food and bountiful presents, people often… Read More
Hundreds of families in need will now have a turkey at the center of their table this Thanksgiving. The Rapid City Feeding South Dakota location… Read More
With all the feasting planned for the days ahead, some of Rapid City's youngest residents spent the afternoon preparing for all the goodies Thanksgiving brings… Read More
It was a storm certainly unexpected for the season and it left hundreds of thousands of dollars in damage in western South Dakota.
Communities affected… Read More
South Dakota Senator John Thune says the losses from last month's blizzard are exactly why a new Farm Bill needs to be passed. The Republican… Read More
A Rapid City man arrested after a two car, fatal accident this weekend made his first appearance in court Monday. Joshua Cuny faces a vehicular… Read More
Thanksgiving is less than a week away and when we think of the holiday we usually think of turkey but sometimes we forget those who… Read More
Ranchers in Wyoming are doing what they can to lend a hand to South Dakota ranchers after the early October blizzard wiped out tens of… Read More
Flags flew at half staff Friday at locations all over South Dakota in remembrance of John Kennedy.
President Obama issued a proclamation designating Friday as… Read More
For nearly two years, the owners of Ifrit's Hookah Lounge in Rapid City have been fighting to have hookah smoke excluded from South Dakota's statewide… Read More
Following the devastating Rapid City flood of 1972, a 20 acre parcel of land known as the Sioux Addition was annexed by the City of… Read More
The mountain pine beetle epidemic won't be solved overnight, but one group says progress is being made.
Friday the Black Hills Regional Mountain Pine Beetle… Read More
The Festival of Trees in Rapid City is celebrating its Sweet 16 this year.
Nearly 20 beautiful trees and wreaths will be auctioned off Friday… Read More
It's that time of year again when area charities are ramping up their efforts to make sure every child has a magical Christmas, and Toys… Read More
Well, Thanksgiving isn't the only day you can enjoy your bird.
In this week's Health Watch Rapid City Regional Hospital registered dietician Julie Jensen has<