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People Leaving South Dakota Countryside for Urban Centers

RAPID CITY - New 2012 census estimates confirm that people are leaving the South Dakota countryside to live in the urban centers of Sioux Falls and Rapid City.

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Lion Season Ends with Reduced Kill in Black Hills

RAPID CITY - Despite an increase in the number of lions that could be killed, the Black Hills lion season has ended well short of the limit.

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Firefighters Grab Unattended Child from Rapid City Apartment

RAPID CITY - Authorities in Rapid City say firefighters forced their way into an apartment and pulled out a 16-month-old child who was alone as smoke detectors buzzed from a smoldering kitchen stove.

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Budget Cuts Mean No Ellsworth Air Show This Year

RAPID CITY - Officials at Ellsworth Air Force Base have cancelled this year's Dakota Thunder air show because of automatic federal spending cuts that took effect this month.

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Man Who Drowned Trying to Save Boy Remembered

RAPID CITY - A man who drowned while trying to save a 6-year-old boy from an icy South Dakota river was remembered for his kindness and infectious personality.

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Mother Identifies Rapid City Hotel Drowning Victim

RAPID CITY - The mother of an 8-year-old girl who drowned at a Rapid City hotel says the family was on a vacation that turned tragic.

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8-Year-Old Girl Drowns in Hotel Pool

Tragic start to holy week.

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Rapid City Metropolitan Area Continues to Grow

RAPID CITY - The Rapid City metropolitan area in western South Dakota is continuing to grow, and officials say the oil boom in western North Dakota might be a reason.

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Tribal President: Children Suffer from Removal

RAPID CITY - The president of a South Dakota tribe suing the state's Department of Social Services says Native American children suffer trauma and depression when they are wrongly removed from their homes.

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Rapid City Officer Cleared in Suspect Shooting

RAPID CITY - A Rapid City police officer who shot and wounded a man who allegedly threatened officers with a butcher knife has been cleared of any wrongdoing.

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