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  • Shop Small: Black Hills

    Shop Small: Black Hills

    NewsCenter1’s Calvin Cutler traveled through the Black Hills and spoke to business owners and experts in Belle Fourche, Lead, and Rapid City about why America’s small businesses are important.

    NewsCenter1’s Calvin Cutler traveled through the Black Hills and spoke to business owners and experts in Belle Fourche, Lead, and Rapid City about why America’s small businesses are important.

  • Civil Air Patrol

    Civil Air Patrol

    South Dakota's CAP program is helping the Black Hills and communities across the nation in more ways than one.

    South Dakota's CAP program is helping the Black Hills and communities across the nation in more ways than one.

  • Inside Fire Camp

    Inside Fire Camp

    How does someone become a wildland firefighter? It starts in fire school.

    How does someone become a wildland firefighter? It starts in fire school.

  • Ellsworth: Aiming High

    Ellsworth: Aiming High

    Serving at Ellsworth Air Force Base is often the first experience away from home for these young men and women, so how do they adjust and make the community their own?

    Serving at Ellsworth Air Force Base is often the first experience away from home for these young men and women, so how do they adjust and make the community their own?

  • Sanford Lab: Discovering Science

    Sanford Lab: Discovering Science

    What was once the largest mining operation in the United States is now Sanford Lab - a state-of-the-art science facility 8,000 feet below ground. Explore the unknown as we learn how the research at Sanford Lab is contributing to extraordinary scientific discoveries.

    What was once the largest mining operation in the United States is now Sanford Lab - a state-of-the-art science facility 8,000 feet below ground. Explore the unknown as we learn how the research at Sanford Lab is contributing to extraordinary scientific discoveries.

  • Rapid City: More Than a Gateway

    Rapid City: More Than a Gateway

    Rapid City has historically been known as the gateway to the Black Hills. But with continued economic growth, it’s now a destination.

    Rapid City has historically been known as the gateway to the Black Hills. But with continued economic growth, it’s now a destination.

  • Southern Hills: Expanding Their Roots

    Southern Hills: Expanding Their Roots

    Edgemont, Custer, and Hot Springs - all quiet, historic towns nestled in the Southern Hills. Established well over 100 years ago, each town had its claim to flame.

    Edgemont, Custer, and Hot Springs - all quiet, historic towns nestled in the Southern Hills. Established well over 100 years ago, each town had its claim to flame.

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    • Keeping calm and safe during the holiday travel season

      Thanksgiving is one of the busiest travel weekends of the year, and this year’s holiday travel will be the busiest in 12 years. AAA is anticipating that nearly 51 million Americans will travel more than 50 miles from home for the Thanksgiving holiday. That's a 3.3 percent increase over last year. All modes of transportation, including car, bus, plane, and train will see increases in passengers. Many will see long lines, traffic jams, and delays that may disrupt their plans.

    • South Dakota sights promoted at Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade

      For the 8th year, South Dakota will take center stage at the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade in New York City Thursday. The float, titled “Mt. Rushmore, American Pride,” will feature an oversized replica of Mt. Rushmore, along with appearances by the Mt. Rushmore mascots, and R&B singer Smokey Robinson. The float promotes South Dakota tourism and will be seen by more than 50 million people, on television and in person, nationwide.

    • Dry Creek Fire contained at 291 acres

      The latest on a grass fire burning between Hermosa and Fairburn, S.D., called the Dry Creek Fire.

    • Slow Cooker Cranberry Sauce

      This cranberry sauce is made in the slow cooker to save the stove-top space for all the other Thanksgiving sides. 

    • Pine Ridge man sentenced for murder

      A Pine Ridge man has been sentenced for second-degree murder and conspiracy to commit assault.

    • Kristi Noem holds GOP fundraiser, Rapid City group protests

      Republican gubernatorial candidate Kristi Noem was in Rapid City on Tuesday to hold a fundraiser with the Pennington County GOP. 

    • Shop Small: Black Hills Pt. 1

      NewsCenter1's Calvin Cutler traveled through the Black Hills and spoke to business owners about why small business plays a role in South Dakota's economy. 

    • Local group lights up Wilson Park for the holidays

      Community members gathered on Tuesday night in the cold to kick off the holiday season with the ninth annual lighting of Wilson Park.

    • RCPD make Xanax bust after weapons call

      Police seized a large amount of Xanax following an assault in north Rapid City.

    • YMCA and RCAS increase partnership to improve education

      The Rapid City Area School District and the Rapid City YMCA are expanding their current partnership to meet the childcare service needs in the community.

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