News Headlines
In celebration of the day dedicated to workers ... dozens of local labor organizations gathered together to take part in all of the activities Labor Day has to offer.
Last Labor Day is when the South Dakota Democratic Party began its campaign to push for an increase in the Mt. Rushmore State's minimum wage.
Many people regard Labor Day as the unofficial end to the summer tourist season, and one local attraction says this year was an exceptional one.
Many got to spend their day off from work to observe Labor Day in their own way, but as with any holiday, there are those of us who still have to work.
One popular java spot is changing hands and the public sector is posting help wanted.
The Rapid City Police Department says they are still on the hunt for a 28–year old man after a motel shooting and standoff that failed to capture him on Sunday.
Local law enforcement is still searching for a shooting suspect who is considered to be armed and dangerous after hours of investigating throughout the day. The Rapid City Police Department responded to shots being fired at Colonial Motel at about nine Sunday morning which quickly turned into a full on search for the suspect.
Drivers from across six different states headed to the Black Hills this weekend to travel back in time.
A few Black Hills residents didn't let a little rain ruin their weekend.
Today marked the 100th anniversary for the historic building in downtown Lead.
National News
Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt's marriage ceremony was the very definition of a family affair.
Kid Ink announces a new song, "Body Language," produced by Stargate, which will serve as the lead single to his new album.
Thousands of migrant children, including newborn babies, are being locked up in squalid and cramped detention facilities each year in Thailand, enduring serious physical and emotional harm, according to a new report.
Guys, here's why she refuses to sell her DVD collection...
Saudi Arabia has arrested 88 men from 10 terror cells who were plotting attacks, the Interior Ministry said Tuesday.
Game takes us behind-the-scenes on his 'Or Nah' video set.
For former House Majority Leader Eric Cantor's new gig on Wall Street, his pockets will be full, making more than $1 million per year. For those who played an instrumental role in his defeat, his Wall Street move justifies their complaints.
MyTown Forum
MyTown Forum is your town square soap box
Read More
Top MyTown Video
More MyTown Videos
Local Forecast
Rapid City, SD weather
On Facebook
Photo Galleries