The community of Spearfish is rallying around a young man who was severally injured around Christmas last year.
The creative juices were flowing in the Black Hills as entrepreneurs put their heads together for the first ever Start-up Weekend in Spearfish.
One vendor was cooking up a storm on Saturday at the annual Home Show.
Two fifth grade girls from General Beadle Elementary were given lemons and they made lemonade.
Friday a prominent figure in the regional Catholic Church helped serve a warm meal for those in need.
The one stop shop for home improvement kicked off at the Rushmore Plaza Civic Center, Friday.
And one tiny home of about 180 square feet can save big for homeowners.
It's a classic that's been flying off the shelves in libraries and bookstores for the past few months.
Black Hills State University hosted their 19th annual research symposium and invited a special guest from Michigan to discuss some hot topics.
While the spring season is growing, it's still too early to plant, but not too early to plan.
A nationally-known speaker is making a stop in Rapid City to discuss ways of preventing poverty.
Dr. Donna Beegle lived in poverty herself - and was able to overcome the struggle.
It's a one stop shop to find everything you possibly need to improve your home.
The 2017 Black Hills Home Builders Association Home Show is set to take place at the Rushmore Plaza Civic Center this weekend.
You first saw James Boswell and Justin Elliott in the South Dakota Special Olympics Winter Games at Terry Peak.
The West River Behavioral Health Alliance met for the first time Wednesday, to revamp the current mental health care systems in Rapid City.
The school year is coming to a close, and that means students are on the hunt for a summer job.
Harding County School students have the special chance to talk with an author whose books they've read, and even helped write. Jon Wilson takes you to Buffalo, South Dakota for the story.
Concerns over a septic system problem at the Lodge at Mount Rushmore on Highway 16 has the City of Keystone speaking out.
Three Rapid City locals each received $100,000 of fellowship money from the Bush Foundation.
Black Hills FOX Reporter Katrina Lim shares with us how they will spend their fellowship awards.
Local students channeled their inner Amelia Earhart or Wright brother as the School of mines Aero Design team hosted flight night