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The Winter Classic Horse Show took place at the Central States Fairgrounds on Sunday. It was a good turn out as competitors from across the U.S. made their way to Rapid City for the event.
Governor Dennis Daugaard and the South Dakota Department of Tourism presented awards to the top visitor industry leaders earlier this week at the 2015 Governor's Conference on tourism.
Black Hills Power has asked for their 6th rate increase in 9 years, which could affect customer's electricity bills by around 13%
The first Legislative Crackerbarrel for 2015 took place this morning at the South Dakota School of Mines.
Over in the Northern Hills, the first of their two legislative crackerbarrel meetings got underway Saturday morning in Sturgis as well.
According to monthly data released Thursday by Deadwood's City Finance Office, the occupancy rate of hotels in Deadwood increased 3 and a half percent from December 2013. This is the highest December hotel occupancy since 2007. Black Hills FOX reporter McKenzie Nelson has the details.
A local hotel received a high honor at the South Dakota Tourism conference this week.
The South Dakota Lions Club held their annual convention on Sunday at the Ramkota Inn. Over a hundred Lion members from across the state turned out for the event. This year's convention included a special guest speaker from the Helen Keller Association.
The 2015 Black Hills Stock Show is just around the corner, and events leading up to the stock show were kicked off today.
The 10th Annual Birds and Blooms Day kicked off on Sunday. The event was held at the Jolly Lane Greenhouse in Rapid City. It was a packed house inside...with over a thousand people attending. During the event there were hundreds of different exotic birds from around the world.
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A monster snow storm is expected to slam into the northeast Monday and Tuesday, dumping heavy snow in Boston and New York, and packing winds gusting up to 65 mph. A blizzard warning is posted for an area from New Jersey to the Canadian border.
"The Theory of Everything" star Eddie Redmayne and more celebrities attended the 21st Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards in Los Angeles on Sunday to be honored by their peers at one of Hollywood's biggest nights.
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Officials are faced with making a tricky call on whether it's safe to allow normal life to go on when a storm is coming.
"Birdman" won the big prize -- outstanding motion picture cast -- at the 21st Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards, but it was talk about heritage and diversity that captured the evening.
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Julianne Moore won the Screen Actors Guild award for outstanding performance by a female actor in a leading role for her performance in "Still Alice."
A video posted online by a known ISIS supporter shows Japanese hostage Kenji Goto holding a photograph of what appears to be beheaded ISIS hostage Haruna Yukawa.
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