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A local 6–month girl who died Friday is being remembered in a ceremony Wednesday.
It's been long–awaited: the addition of three popular table games hit the casinos in Deadwood on Wednesday.
The Rapid City Police Department is currently looking into an unconfirmed incident that was reported on social media, alleging that razor blades were found on a slide at College Park.
The views around the Dakotas, Minnesota and Montana were smoky Wednesday, but not because of any big fires happening in the area.
After undergoing a makeover, a Rapid City school bus will take on a new job this summer. It won't be taxiing students back and forth, but responding to emergency calls for the Rapid City Fire Department. Black Hills FOX reporter McKenzie Nelson has more on the super–sized response vehicle.
Regional Health and the South Dakota School of Mines and Technology are proud to announce their new partnership that will provide Hardrocker Athletics with a full–time sports medicine team.
A Meade County commissioner is getting criticized for a post on his Facebook page following the Supreme Court ruling Friday that made gay marriage legal across the country.
The annual Buffalo Chip Flag Raising event on Wednesday evening helped to kick off the patriotic weekend ahead.
The Rapid City Legal and Finance Committee had a busy agenda Wednesday afternoon.
Lots of commotion has been raised over the Rainbow Family entering the Black Hills for their Rainbow Gathering this year. And after an assortment of meetings discussing concerns, the gathering officially begins Wednesday.
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