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  • Rush forces game 7 with 2 - 1 win

    The first round of the Central Hockey League playoffs have gone much the way you would expect for the Rapid City Rush two heavyweights going blow-for-blow from the first drop of the puck. Tuesday night, the Rush would find themselves on the brink of elimination, with a vital Game Six
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  • Titans, Cobblers collide on HS diamond

    Out to McKeague Field where Sturgis hit the diamond against Rapid City Central. RCC Garret Hougland to left, Stu Ryan Willey makes the catch from his knees. RCC Parker Schnabel with the shot to short, Kody Kracht gets the first out, but just a little slow that he can't turn
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  • Sports live at Rush pre-game

     For his sportscast, Jamie Zepp went out to the ice arena where the Rush are getting ready for the big Malard game tonight. 
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  • FOX's Finest

    Cross-town rivals go toe-to-toe on the high school diamond, and area colleges put their talents on display at the Bauer Open. We recap the week that was in this week's edition of the FOX's Finest.
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  • Rush gear for vital Game 6

    The Rapid City Rush did what they had to do in their first round playoff series against the Quad City Mallards, and now, Coach Joe Ferras and company are hoping to finish the job Tuesday and Wednesday night. The Rush have returned to Rapid City facing a 3-games-to-2 hole against
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  • Rush offer Black Hills FOX News an exclusive look at their motor coach

    The Rush hopped back on the bus after their loss to the Mallards Saturday night to head back to Rapid City and if you've ever wondered how the team travels all season long, defenseman Tristin Llewellyn gave us a personal tour.
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  • South Dakota School of Mines football program gives back to youth

    Although football season is long gone, teams use the off season as an opportunity to not only get better as a team, but also as a time to give back to the community that supports them all season long.
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  • Raider baseball gears up for trip to Brookings

    Rapid City Stevens baseball is underway and although they have seen a few losses early on this season, Coach Jim Sullivan has high hopes for his team and knows that pitching will be a big factor for the boys, especially as they head off to Brookings to take on the
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  • Cavaliers roll through Bennett Co.

    To the high school diamond, Saint Thomas More hosting Bennett County, a little light in the roster with several players on a mission trip to Jamaica.
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  • Athlete of the Week: Steven Schaefer

    Basketball season may be long gone but recongnizing a senior standout never gets old. This weeks Black Hills FOX Powerade athlete of the week is known by his jump shot and recently commited to play college ball and our Megan Thompson was able to catch up with him. Steven Schaefer
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Ordinance Banning Texting While Driving

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Members of the Legal and Finance Committee have taken the next step in approving a proposed ordinance banning texting while driving in Rapid City.

During Wednesday's meeting, the second reading of the ordinance to prohibit the use of handheld electronic devices while driving was passed.

The city ordinance matches the pending state statute banning texting while driving.

Push to make Barnett Arena ADA Compliant

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The Rushmore Plaza Civic Center was built during a period where ADA compliance wasn't even on the minds of Americans.

Wednesday, the Legal and Finance Committee discussed further options to make the Barnett Arena wheelchair accessible.

Not only is funding an issue and where it would come from, but adding a lift to upper railings is being discussed.

Barnett favors Civic Center expansion, encourages public to offer input

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Since construction began about 40 years ago, the Rushmore Plaza Civic Center has been a staple venue in the Rapid City community.

For the last few years, there's been much debate over how to expand the facility.

Now, we hear from the man who was instrumental in its initial development and what he would like to see in the future.

Lack of Precipitation a Danger Sign?

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A year ago this month, a severe drought came to an end in South Dakota.

Since then, most of the state has seen ample to adequate precipitation levels.

The central portions of the state saw good corn, soybean and wheat crops, and hay production has been good as well, for the most part.

Create Your Own Bowl for the Empty Bowls Event

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There are only a few days left to test your artistic ability while helping to raise awareness about those going hungry in our community.

The 2nd Annual Empty Bowls event will take place a week from Wednesday and is still in need of bowls.

Support the cause by creating a bowl with your own personal touch, at Pottery 2 Paint in Rapid City.

Seth Bullock Makes Appearance

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Dozens of library guests went back in time Wednesday afternoon with a special lunchtime treat.

Deadwood's most famous sheriff Seth Bullock made an appearance at the Rapid City Library Wednesday afternoon played by Gordy Pratt, a Black Hills guitarist and entertainer.

Pratt held an hour-long show, sharing the history of old Deadwood and its many characters who have gained popularity throughout the years.

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