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Native American Day is Monday in South Dakota, but celebrations kicked off in Rapid City today with the 29th annual Black Hills Powwow. This year's theme is a fitting one: 'Come Dance With Us.'
Students at South Park Elementary got a lesson on fire safety Friday. Officials made their rounds to fifth graders – some of which are 10 years old.
The City of Riders is looking to hire someone who can handle the growth of the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally and keep the momentum going.
If you're a first time home buyer on a budget or looking to turn your home into that custom dream house, this weekend's Parade of Homes is just for you.
Black Hills State alumni aren't just heading to Spearfish for Homecoming this weekend, some will be there to showcase their artwork as well.
You may not know their name, but you'll know their music, as songwriters from across the country take the spotlight in Deadwood.
The best chocolate spot in the Black Hills was part of a cross–country road trip that examines the people and companies that mold the U.S. chocolate experience.
Report says suspect in shooting incident died of self-inflicted gunshot wound.
The SD DOC says Salvador Ortiz walked away from the Rapid City Community Work Center.
There's a growing epidemic of drug use in South Dakota. So far 460 people have been arrested for using methamphetamine this year.
National News
You wouldn't think anyone would be clamoring to spend hours bent over picking grapes.

CNN's Lisa France talks about how reality TV may have hit rock bottom with a new TLC show called "Sex in Public."

Kanye West, like all of us, kind of despises that you can make in-app purchases on iOS apps. So naturally he tweeted about it.
Two powerful bombs exploded near the main train station in Ankara on Saturday morning.

While on the Toronto set of "Shadowhunters," we asked the cast a very important question: where is the Institute's fanciest feline, Church?
It turns out that most of what we learn about Columbus in school is wrong -- and his legacy really does not deserve to be celebrated.
Roddrick "Rod" Williams was a popular offensive lineman and tuba player at Georgia's Burke County High School. On the football field, the bespectacled 17-year-old was known for his hard play and lighthearted song and dance numbers that made teammates laugh.

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