It's better to know self defense now, than to need it and not know how to protect yourself. One local dojo is here to...
Rapid City Area Schools are seeing student overcrowding and are trying to figure out...
Due to the government shutdown, SNAP funds for February will be released on Sunday.
Community members receive their GED
The housing market continues to struggle in Rapid City as the mayor contemplates a new policy to make it easier for developers to build cheaper homes.
Agriculture, due to chronic stress, has the highest mortality rates in the world.
An empty building at the hospital is transformed into a training ground for the Rapid City Fire Department.
Downhill Destruction Ski Races was in full swing up in Lead Friday.
It's the city that loves winter, and for those who don't love it, they tolerate it. To celebrate the chilling temps, Lead hosts its annual Winterfest, kicking it off...
Two pets didn't survive.
People have a chance to meet and learn about 50-60 parrots and different kinds...
ACLU wants people to contact their legislators on important issues.
A national campaign around Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women just...
The Rapid City event, “Let’s Stand Together,” is noon, Jan. 21, at the Rushmore Plaza Civic Center.
A former Rapid City Bishop is targeted in an advertisement placed in the Rapid City Journal for a role he may have played in covering up abuse in the Catholic Church.
A number of flights delayed or cancelled Thursday
USDA Staff are still under furlough but will provide limited services for farmers and ranchers.
A man accused of kidnapping his ex-girlfriend receives a 15-year sentence in prison.