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Number of Mountain Lions harvested lower than normal compared to past years

The mountain lion season is underway here in the Black Hills but the number of harvested animals is lagging behind last year's totals.

A powerful winter storm will slap down any ideas that spring has officially sprung in the Black Hills. Over a foot of snow is possible in spots.

South Dakota lawmakers have rejected a bill that would have allowed science teachers to discuss strengths and weaknesses of evolutionary and climate change theories.

Gov. Dennis Daugaard's public safety bill anticipating potential oil pipeline protests has passed its first legislative test.

Group of protesters marches out of Standing Rock camp

Pipeline protesters burn structures as camp ends

Teacher inspires students to think outside the classroom

Winter Storm Forecast - Feb 22

Wednesday's Cooler Forecast - Feb 22

School of Mines hosts "Mines Myth Busters & Super Science Show"

City Council approves salary increase for two vacant positions

The Upside of Down syndrome: "Along the Way"

Pretty Flower Fire now called 75-percent contained

Family looks back on barn moving event nearly 30 years ago

South Dakota House panel votes to table abortion measure

American Red Cross ready to help with fire evacuation

Complacency often the cause of early-season fires

Drought conditions persist through much of the area

Protecting your trees through up and down temperature changes

SD lawmakers advance concealed carry bills to both chambers

Rep. Noem to pursue tax overhaul, work on farm bill

Pretty Flower Fire now 10% contained

School of Mines celebrates 40th Annual Engineers Week

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