In honor of National Arbor Day, the children plant a donated tree.
The Children's Museum didn't receive the vision fund money that they wanted and their downtown location looks empty, but that doesn't...
Empty Bowls is expected to raise $50,000 to fund child hunger programs.
The new apartment building will be accessible and affordable for it's residents.
The City of Rapid City is preparing its parks for the influx of summer visitors.
Lead-Deadwood Elementary receives 18 Striders bikes for their students.
It might be difficult to think about August events but you need to mark your calendar for some Central States Fair entertainment.
Hunger doesn't stop after the school bell rings.
This black lab is ready for an active family and a good home.
The mosasaur fossil, one of the largest every found, will be displayed this summer at a new...
It's that time of year again when it's safe to put all your eggs in one basket.
Members from different congregations in Sturgis gathered at First Presbyterian Church to walk the way of the cross...
Parks and Recreation staff are transplanting thousands of new plants to spread throughout Rapid City.
Kicks off April 22 and ends on April 27, with a Community Clean-Up Day where hundreds of volunteers comb through the city and pick up...
An authentic World War II bomber is making its way across South Dakota for a historic event.
Autism Uniquely You 5k will be held April 27, 2019, at Founders Park.
American Horse School in Allen, Crazy Horse School in Wanblee, and Little Wound School in Kyle now have counselors due to a grant.
The first B-1 bombers resumed flight operations this week.
The Air Force grounded their entire B-1-B Lancer fleet...