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South Dakota will get more than a-half million dollars from a judgment against Uber, even though the ride-hailing service isn't present in the state. Uber... [Read More]
Rapid City Stevens junior Erica Wing didn't allow herself much of a learning curve in her first season of varsity tennis. [Read More]
The city's Legal and Finance Committee approved Wednesday the purchase of new drug-testing equipment to augment the efforts of the Rapid City Police Department's evidence... [Read More]
A parenting lecture from two nationally renowned speakers on child management will speak today at Western Dakota Tech. [Read More]
A chance of snow — a daily occurrence lately — remains in the forecast through early next week. [Read More]
Here are the reader-submitted photos that published on Page A2 of the Journal from Sept. 30 to Oct. 6. To submit a photo, send it... [Read More]
Despite calls from his fellow Pennington County commissioners, George Ferebee has "no intention of resigning," according to a letter from his attorney. [Read More]
It came down to the wire for cowboys and cowgirls in Minot, North Dakota at last weekend's RAM Badlands Circuit Finals Rodeo. [Read More]
Ever wonder why some fruits are so colorful, like red raspberries and purple plums? [Read More]
Here's a look inside a few celebrity-owned homes that recently sold or are currently for sale:... [Read More]
A mother and her son have been identified as the two people who died Saturday morning in a house fire in Lead. [Read More]
Many pet lovers will be dressing up their cat or dog for Halloween. According to the National Retail Federation, these are the most popular pet... [Read More]
Q: I have forgotten the Gmail password that I also used to sign in to my Barnes & Noble e-book account. I can get along... [Read More]
As a S.D. resident since 1951 and a registered Democrat, I have been surprised to get two phone calls recently asking me to apply for... [Read More]
New water and sewer pipes and fresh pavement could be coming to some of Rapid City's oldest neighborhoods. [Read More]
Here is how to interpret the alarming new United Nations-sponsored report on global warming: We are living in a horror movie. The world needs statesmen... [Read More]
My paralegal Tina Wildberger and myself were the only two West River representatives who attended the June 28 Summer Study Hearing on State Mental Health... [Read More]
Q: A friend was recently treated with antibiotics for appendicitis. I thought appendicitis required an operation. A: For more than 100 years, appendicitis was considered... [Read More]
Courtesy of Cedars-Sinai Medical Center. "It's a wake-up call," said Robert Klapper, M.D., co-director of the Cedars-Sinai Joint Replacement Program. "It's your body whispering rather... [Read More]