• SD leaders promote safety with crash displays, safe driving proclamation

    A governor’s proclamation and crashed vehicles staged at two major South Dakota shopping malls are part of the South Dakota Office of Highway Safety’s latest effort to encourage motorists of all ages to be safe drivers.

  • Board rejects additional school security officers

    The Pennington County Board has rejected a request by the Douglas School District to beef up security by adding two additional sheriff's deputies.

  • Students learn about healthcare careers at ‘Scrubs Camp’

    High school students from across the Black Hills region and Nebraska met at Western Dakota Technical Institute on Wednesday for a "Scrubs Camp." They got hands-on with the tasks that nurses and paramedics do.

  • Running into the season

    A marathon is a difficult distance to master, no matter if you're a bucket-list runner whose only goal is to cross the finish line, or if you're a competitive runner on the hunt for a personal best.

  • NewsCenter1 Today

    • Pet of the Week: Baxter

      Baxter is a 7-month-old heeler mix. He's great on walks and has no problem following commands. Call the Humane Society of the Black Hills at 605-394-4170 to set up your meet and greet. 

    • Regional Health discusses the importance of organ donors

      Regional Health Rapid City Hospital's Nursing Department Director, Stephanie Battell discusses the importance of organ and tissues donors. They recently received the Impact Award from LifeSource for the first time in history, demonstrating the great care the providers give to patients. There is also a 5K walk/run starting at Founders Park, April 29 and registration begins at 12:30 p.m. 

    • Free GenCyber Girls Camp offered at SD Mines

      The South Dakota School of Mines and Technology is hosting a free girls GenCyber security camp this summer. The deadline to register is quickly approaching on April 27. 

    • RCAS student raise funds for Washington D.C. trip

      Rapid City Area School 8th grade students have been fundraising throughout the year to send over 40 students on an all inclusive trip. They are hosting their largest event April 17 at North Middle School called Dining for DC. They are invited to community to enjoy catered food from Golden Phoenix Chinese Restaurant and are asking for a suggested donation of $15 per person. Doors open at 5 p.m., and dinner is served from 5:30 - 7 p.m. 

    • Remedies for Technology Addiction

      Do you ever find yourself scrolling through your Facebook feed with no true purpose or destination? Addiction to technology, that's the topic at hand. We may not have all the answers, however NewsCenter1's Natasha Acrie spoke with residents of Rapid City and a local psychologist to learn a few remedies.

    • Big Brothers Big Sisters needs teams for Bowl for Kids Sake

      Big Brothers Big Sisters is hosting their annual Bowl for Kids Sake and they still have openings for bowling teams. Each team can consist of up to 45 members, each person is a $100 fee. All of the funds directly benefit Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Black Hills. There are six different bowling events. For a full list of times and a place to sign up a team, you can visit their website. 

    • Pet of the Week: Rowdy

      Meet Rowdy, a 6-year-old chihuahua. This loveable guy is a little shy at first, but after 15-20 minutes he'll be the best lapdog you'll ever have. The adoption fee is $150, and he is ready to go to his forever home today. Call the Humane Society of the Black Hills at 605-394-4170 to set up your meet and greet. 

    • 2018 High Plains Regional Science and Engineering Fair

      Hundreds of students participated in the 63rd annual High Plains Regional Science and Engineering Fair on Wednesday. The South Dakota School of Mines and Technology campus welcomed middle school and high school students eager to put their knowledge and creativity to the test. 

    • Woman reflects on career change into law enforcement

      If you’re looking for a career change, you might draw inspiration from this local correctional officer – a woman who dared to take on a new career in a male-dominated-field. Tami Rosser, 32, is one of 18 female correctional officers at the Pennington County Jail – compared to 78 men. 

    • Pet of the Week

      NewsCenter1 partners with the Humane Society of the Black Hills for this weekly feature of pets available to adopt.

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