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When it comes to North and South Dakota, the two states have a lot of things in common. But recently officials in each state sparked some good natured competition over which state is better.
Deadwood area businesses continue to clean up after more than 100,000 gallons of water flooded buildings along Main Street.
The Rapid City Fire Department believes in serving the citizens by taking a proactive approach in not only saving lives and property but improving the quality of life by partnering with other agencies to benefit the community.
A warning from the Rapid City Fire Department in frozen water pipes.
The rapid city fire department held a live fire training for members and fire science students at Western Dakota Tech Tuesday.
In the spirit of the holiday season, students at Southwest Middle School in Rapid City spent 5 days collecting toys and the results are nothing short of amazing.
It’s fun to decorate for the winter holidays, but holiday decorations can increase your risk for a home fire or home injury.
The South Dakota Department of Transportation has released a traveler information app for smart phones using the iPhone operating system. An app for Android phones was released earlier this year.
Pierre National Guard unit back on US soil. Read More.
Today State lawmakers met with Governor Dennis Daugaard to discuss key issues brought up during the summer session.
Not only were the lawmakers collaborating ideas for the upcoming legislative session, but looking at what problems and issues have come up this year.
Newscenter1's Stephanie Kayser has more.
With temperatures remain below freezing and in just minutes frost bite and hypothermia can set in, and with these dangerous temperatures it is important to keep warm and stay inside. Places such as the cornerstone mission house are determined to help people stay warm.
The largest immediate challenge facing South Dakota, in a state where cattle outnumber people four-to-one, we are only beginning to understand the long-ranging economic impact of winter storm atlas. Shad Olson takes a deeper look at what livestock losses mean to individual producer and what the loss on the whole will mean to the state's economy. A storm that certainly ranks at the very top in so many categories, even if it wasn't the deadliest to be suffered by our state.
The Rancher's Relief Fund tops $2 million and Monday another sizable contribution adds to that growing fund.
The joy of a hot meal is what seniors are benefiting from the MEALS Program.
Anya Mueller explains for Meals on Wheels in this week's Community Connection.
Despite the cold weather...hundreds of people packed into the Hermosa School Gym for the second annual Christmas Carnival, NC1 Stephanie Kayser reports.
Well Saturday, winter clothes came just in time for many local kids in need. For more than sixty years, Goodwill hosts the "shoe and mitten party".