-C.J. Keene, News Director Crews remain on scene, but the script has been flipped on the Auburn Fire. Tessa Jaeger, public information officer for the Rapid City Fire Department, gave the
South Dakota News
-C.J. Keene, News Director Tessa Jaeger, public information officer for the Rapid City Fire Department didn’t mince words – the Black Hills absolutely needs today’s rain. With
Beginning Oct. 24, mandatory 10-digit dialing will start to take effect across South Dakota.
The South Dakota Department of Transportation (SDDOT) says work in the median on Interstate 90 at Exit 402 is scheduled to begin on Wednesday, Oct. 13, 2021. Lane closures will be in place in both
-C.J. Keene, News Director At the site of the former Rapid City Indian Boarding School on Monday, a group of activists and allies gathered to reflect on the progress made, and work still to
-C.J. Keene, News Director A recent extended meeting of the Army Corps of Engineers in Oglala has brought the Dakota Access Pipeline back into focus, as well as dissenting voices from the
Stephanie Ballard, a special education teacher at George S. Mickelson Middle School in Brookings, has been named the 2022 South Dakota Teacher of the Year. Secretary of Education Tiffany Sanderson
The Governor?s Office of Economic Development (GOED) has awarded $2.02 million in Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) funds to the city of Mitchell for a new Mitchell Area Safehouse facility.
PHILIP, S.D. ? One person died and two others were injured in a two-vehicle crash that occurred Sunday morning northeast of Philip.
-C.J. Keene, News Director The Auburn Fire approaches 1,000 burned acres, and fire crews remain on the lines as the fire continues its long, thin northern spread. Tessa Jaeger, public