Saturday's Dry Forecast - April 21

The weekend looks dry and warm enough to entice even the hardened hermits out of the house.

Students in Rapid City were hoping to unite for a common cause this afternoon. They chanted and marched as many others around the country did Friday for a National School Walkout and protest against decisions they say stem from recent gun violence.

Vote Yes Rapid City kicked off their campaign Friday afternoon in an effort to encourage Rapid City voters to vote in favor of a new arena at the Rushmore Plaza Civic Center.

Kids got a chance to rock out on stage in front of a full audience Friday at the Dahl Arts Center

Local author has book released to good sized crowd

New therapy at Rapid City Regional Hospital will help patients undergo treatment

Being in the dark makes a positive environmental impact

BHSU gears up for stretch run

Shareholder take over Sioux San Hospital

Friday Eve's Forecast - April 20

How to avoid missing out on travel freebies

Collective Impact encourages participation in survey on OneHeart campus

North Korea says it will suspend nuclear and missile testing

Sales announced for Bon-Ton Stores, Inc.

Warnings for lettuce tied to E. coli outbreak expanded

Pennington County to spruce up 911 system

Former Deadwood casino manager invents new version of blackjack

"Embrace your voice" held at School of Mines for Sexual assault awareness month

The Lyrid meteor shower peaks April 21-22

ASI looking to add 60+ employees in Rapid City

Healthwatch: the benefits of eating your leafy greens

US says China, Iran, Russia are 'forces for instability'

Army lowers 2017 recruiting goal; more soldiers staying on

Senate panel talks to Russian lawyer who met with Trump Jr.

Israeli fire in new Gaza border protest kills 4 Palestinians

UPDATE: Former President George HW Bush greets mourners

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