At about 12:48 a.m., Saturday the Spearfish Police Department received a 911 call requesting medical services for a 43-year-old female subject on St. Joe Street in Spearfish. Officers discovered a woman had suffered a gunshot wound. She was transported to Spearfish Monument Hospital where sh…
Gymnastics teams from Rapid City Central and Stevens, Hot Springs, Pierre and Chamberlain competed at a meet at Rapid City High School Saturday morning.
South Dakota touts itself as a business-friendly state. That enticed Steve Saint to relocate from Colorado to buy Fort WeLikIt Family Campground in Custer.
Rapid City Police are currently seeking the public's help to locate 17-year-old Deaundrea Janis.He has been identified as the suspect in last night's shooting at 100 Surfwood Drive.Saturday evening, police were dispatched to an apartment for a report of a shooting. On arrival, police located…
Visitor spending in South Dakota set an all-time record in 2021.
PIERRE | A proposal from Gov. Kristi Noem to use the bulk of federal coronavirus relief funding on water and sewage projects has so far met little opposition in the state Senate, but a powerful committee on Friday withheld its approval to vet the proposal further.
Girls and boys basketball results
The Rapid City Stevens girls basketball team earned its sixth win in a row with a 50-29 victory over Watertown on the road on Friday.
The Badlands Sabres junior hockey team had a tough time in the first two periods, but fought hard in the final frame and made it a competitive game late in a 6-4 loss to the Great Falls Americans Friday evening on the road.
“The boys made it easy on me, getting into the game early and putting up a couple goals, playing hard,” Kelley said. “So it was nice to be able to get a couple saves for them as well.”
Chad Garrow, who led the Brandon Valley football team to 131 wins and two Class 11AAA championships, died Friday afternoon following a 13-month battle with Glioblastoma, an aggressive form of brain tumor. He was 55.
A Custer man who was on U.S. Capitol grounds on Jan. 6, 2021, has announced his candidacy for the state Legislature.
PIERRE | South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem on Friday unveiled a proposal to ban nearly all abortions, mimicking a Texas law that leaves enforcement up to private citizens through lawsuits instead of through prosecutors and criminal charges.
On a Friday morning, Leah Nixon was absorbing the rhythmic cadences of Rosalinde Block, an author from New York City who was reading to a cluster of young children and adults gathered in the Rapid City Public Library. But Nixon was also thinking about how her daughter Ellie was processing th…
Several West River individuals and businesses were recognized Thursday during the annual Governor's Tourism Conference in Pierre.
After eight years on the Rapid City Council, Darla Drew announced she will not seek re-election.
The South Dakota Department of Health reported 19 COVID-19 deaths on Friday, bringing the total number of deaths in January to 115 and the overall death toll of the pandemic to 2,601.
PIERRE | A Republican-dominated South Dakota House committee on Friday rejected Gov. Kristi Noem's proposal to require public schools to have a moment of silence to start the day.
Rapid City Area Schools moved its starting time back two hours on Friday due to icy road conditions. The move came as ice blanketed parts of Rapid City and beyond, forcing other changes to the area's morning operations.
Firefighters in Hill City and Custer fought fires Thursday night.
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Rapid City Regional Airport had near record-breaking passenger numbers in 2021, with 690,740 people traveling through the airport terminal.
SPEARFISH — Black Hills State didn’t look like a team playing only its second game since New Year’s Day.
SPEARFISH — Some games, a team gets a lift from an unexpected source. That was the case Thursday during Black Hills State’s 86-65 win over rival South Dakota Mines at the Donald E. Young Center.
Results from the 281 Conference and LMC tournaments
Results from the opening round of the LMC tournament, a game-winning buzzer-beater and a 1,000th career point
"Our girls held it together and they came out with the will to win,” Christian head coach Joe Kieffer said. “They just, as a group, collectively decided they wanted to win this game.”
Rapid City Area Schools Superintendent Lori Simon underlined the importance of early childhood education as she addressed the Pennington County Republican Women on Thursday. She suggested strong school-based pre-kindergarten could play a vital role in closing persistent achievement gaps betw…
A bill that would assist ranchers by classifying more areas as grasslands to feed cattle and other livestock passed the initial review Thursday in the House Agriculture and Natural Resources Committee by a 10-3 vote.
SIOUX FALLS | A federal lawsuit filed Wednesday by Planned Parenthood aims to prevent the state of South Dakota from implementing a new rule for medical abortions that would make the state one of the hardest places in the nation to get abortion pills.
The Rapid City Rush took an early lead against the Idaho Steelheads in the first period Friday night, ultimately coming out with the 5-2 win.
Check out modern homes in new communities around Rapid City
Please contact your state legislator regarding the proposed campground at Custer State Park. It is wrong on so many levels and they are trying to push it through with very little public input.
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Rapid City Christian needed overtime but the Comets beat Hill City Thursday night at Hart Ranch.
Watch out for the tricks that Patrick Mahomes & Co. have up their sleeves Sunday. Mark Gaughan has advice for the Buffalo defense in a playoff edition of PlayAction.
Black Hills State track and field's Kyla Sawvell was named RMAC Women's Field Athlete of the Week Wednesday afternoon for her efforts at the Myrle Hanson Open last weekend.
Black Hills State is hosting rival South Dakota Mines in a pair of games Thursday night in the Don Young Center. The women's game will begin at 5:30 p.m. The men's game will follow at about 7:30 p.m.
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