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09/17/14 03:33 PM
The Rapid City Police Department is investigating an aggravated assault that occurred at 1 a.m. on Sept. 14, outside Teddy’s on the 800 block of Main Street. A video of the assault shows several subjects attacking a male victim. The subjects also ta
09/17/14 06:22 AM
(AP)  The water system in Lead is losing about 4 million gallons each month, and city officials can't figure out where the water is going.    Century-old water lines are still in use throughout the town.
09/17/14 06:21 AM
(AP)  The U.S. Postal Service is cutting home mail delivery to more than 700 addresses in Lead and Deadwood after a string of injuries to postal workers.    Lead-Deadwood Postmaster Laura Uhrig says seven workers have reported injuries in t
09/16/14 11:27 AM
 The group working on wildfire mitigation spotted... wait for it... a budding wildfire.
09/16/14 06:55 AM
John Shaw was in court on Monday, requesting another sentence modification.  Shaw was sentenced about 2 years ago to 50 years in prison, after pleading guilty to discharging a firearm at a moving vehicle and three counts of aggravated assault for shooting into a car.
09/16/14 06:48 AM
The city recently received  correspondence from the federal government proposing a settlement agreement over the ADA violations.
09/15/14 12:12 PM
(AP)  The operator of the long-delayed Keystone XL crude oil pipeline has formally asked South Dakota's utility regulators to recertify the portion of the project that runs through the state.  
South Dakota News
09/17/14 03:33 PM
The Rapid City Police Department is investigating an aggravated assault that occurred at 1 a.m. on Sept. 14, outside Teddy’s on the 800 block of Main Street. A video of the assault shows several subjects attacking a male victim. The subjects also ta
09/17/14 11:56 AM
(AP) Former South Dakota Gov. Mike Rounds says he was aware in 2007 that a state investment-for-green card program was being privatized but he wasn't aware of specifics.   
09/17/14 06:23 AM
(AP) A jury of five men and nine women will hear the case of a Pierre teenager accused of killing a classmate.     The jury in the trial of Braiden McCahren was seated Tuesday and  opening statements were scheduled Wednesday.
09/15/14 12:22 PM
(AP)  The Mayor of Sioux Falls is getting a firsthand look at North Dakota's oil boomtown. Sioux Falls Mayor Mike Huether on Monday was traveling to Williston, the hub of western North Dakota's bustling oil patch.
09/12/14 05:15 PM
      A former First Lady of Dakota Territory has been lost…but now has been found…..and remembered.      A ceremony was held at the Yankton City Cemetery this week to mark the grave of Amanda Kate Pen
Regional News
09/16/14 09:42 AM
 (AP) The U.S. Energy Information Agency reports that oil production in the Powder River Basin has more than doubled over the past five years.
09/12/14 07:38 AM

Professor says nothing is radically wrong but certain assumptions are not "appropriate".

09/12/14 06:44 AM
(AP)  Investigators say last weekend's fire at a Gillette motel was started by a Casper man angry with a woman with whom he had smoked methamphetamine.     
09/11/14 11:30 AM
(AP) The Canada-based developer of the Keystone XL pipeline has paid $474,000 to secure easements for the pipeline through state-owned school land.
09/09/14 07:54 AM
(AP)  Officials say an Iowa man faces fines for shooting a mountain lion out of season in Nebraska.  
Business News
09/03/14 07:03 AM
The South Dakota Retailers Association is inviting customers to nominate their favorite retail store or restaurant for the South Dakota Retailer of the Year Award. The prestigious award is presented annually to a business owner or manager who runs a top notch business.
08/25/14 07:33 AM
A new business aimed at meeting the growing needs of area seniors has opened in the Black Hills serving seniors who live in Rapid City, Box Elder, Sturgis, Spearfish, Custer and Hot Springs.
07/31/14 11:14 AM
The Rapid City Chamber of Commerce has announced Julie Schmitz Jensen as the new Executive Director of the Rapid City Convention and Visitors Bureau.  Jensen replaces Michelle Lintz, who has retired after 28 years with the Bureau. According to Linda
07/15/14 09:16 AM
After 28 years of service to the community and the hospitality industry, Michelle Lintz has announced her plans to retire as Executive Director of the Rapid City Convention and Visitors Bureau.
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