• NewsCenter1 Today

    • Wild Things Exhibition

      Rapid City Library outreach services coordinator, Laurinda Tapper, stops by NewsCenter1 Today to talk about the Maurice Sendak Memorial Exhibition at the downtown library. 

    • Strawberry Spinach Salad with Candied Pecans

      For this Healthy Eating recipe, NewsCenter1's Anya Mueller makes a great salad for summertime.

    • Great Black Hills Duck Race

      The 28th Annual Great Black Hills Duck Race is coming up Sunday, July 30, when some 16,000 rubber ducks will be launched into Rapid Creek to compete for cash prizes and a chance to win one million dollars. 

    • Rapid City Mayor Steve Allender takes on a new challenge

      Rapid City Mayor Steve Allender is taking on a lot of different hats this summer, as he shadows city employees to see what their jobs are like. Earlier this year, Allender challenged city employees to compile a list of various jobs he should experience firsthand.

    • Pet of the Week

      Anya and James meet this pet of the week, Mercedes. 

    • Professional makeup artist Jess Fewson has a 5 minute routine that is simple for summertime.  

    • Tikes & Bikes Poker Run

      Anya talks with Linda Peterson and Darla Crown of the Rushmore Rotary Club about the 7th annual Tikes and Bikes Poker Run that will take place on July 30 to benefit Thrive, a ministry of Love Inc. of the Black Hills. For more information, visit their Facebook page.

    • Regional Health suggests 4 low-impact summer workouts

      Dr. Travis Menge, Regional Health's director of orthopedic sports medicine and hip arthoscopy has detailed possible hazards associated with summer activities in the Black Hills.

    • Greek Turkey Burgers

      Anya makes an alternative to hamburgers - turkey burgers.  

    • Northern Lights from New Underwood

      The northern lights lit up the sky over South Dakota on Sunday. Vibrant purples and greens danced above the Earth shortly before sunrise in this time lapse video from New Underwood.

      The sky spectacle comes courtesy of a solar flare. It released a wave of charged particles, known as a coronal mass ejection. When those particles get caught up in the Earth's magnetic field, they interact with molecules of atmospheric gases to light up the sky in bright colors. 

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