• Man gets 10-year sentence in fatal reservation shooting

    A man who admitted helping the suspects in a fatal shooting on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation a year ago has been sentenced to 10 years in prison, along with another eight years in an unrelated drug case.

  • Officials look for driver who struck, killed woman

    Lincoln County sheriff's officials say the woman whose body was found in a ditch near Worthing is the apparent victim of a hit-and-run crash.

  • Guard soldier from Sturgis wins Best Warrior Competition

    A South Dakota Army National Guard Soldier was named the 2018 Soldier of the Year in the Army National Guard Region VI Best Warrior Competition at Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson.

  • Feeding SD asks for Red Nose Day support

    With 1 in every 6 kids at-risk of going hungry in the Black Hills area and 42 percent of the children qualifying for the free and reduced school lunches, the BackPack Program is needed more than ever, according to Feeding South Dakota.

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    • Red Nose Day, raising funds for hungry children worldwide

      Funds raised from Red Nose Day directly benefit local children through Feeding South Dakota's Backpack Program. Red Nose Day is a worldwide fundraising opportunity to help children in poverty. You can purchase a red nose at Walgreens, and all of the funds go toward child hunger. You can donate to Feeding South Dakota all year here.

    • Pet of the Week: Jazz

      Jazz is a 1-year-old Welsh corgi mix. She's sweet and good with people and other dogs. Call the Humane Society of the Black Hills at 605-394-4170 to meet her.

      And new at the Humane Society - sign up for sessions with a professional to help you train your dog. MORE PETS OF THE WEEK

    • Rapid City Public Library kicks off summer reading program

      The Rapid City Public Library is hosting their annual Summer Reading Kickoff Party on Saturday, May 19. There will be tons of fun events for the kids, ranging from face painting to cotton candy and games. It starts at 10:30 a.m. and goes until 1:30 p.m. 

    • Regional Health dermatologist discusses importance of sun safety

      Regional Health Dermatologist Dr. Siri Knutsen-Larson discusses the importance of sun protection during national Skin Cancer Awareness Month. Avoid the tanning beds, and re-apply sunscreen every two hours, especially if you're sweating or getting wet. Melanoma is a dangerous skin cancer that kills, on average, one American every hour. It's important to get regular check ups. 

    • Pet of the Week

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

    • Healthy Eating

      NewsCenter1's Healthy Eating segment spotlights a delicious and nutritious recipe each week.

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