'A bad situation;' Hope Center in Rapid City to close doors | Oct 18
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A day center for houseless people in Rapid City says it's closing its doors in December after operating for a dozen years. The announcement comes a month after the Rapid City Common Council denied the organization permit to move the center from downtown to another location.
Several people are hospitalized following a house explosion in southeast South Dakota. It happened Wednesday morning a few miles south of Humboldt.
The families of three Rapid City Area Schools students with disabilities have filed a formal complaint against the district for alleged inadequacies in their children's educations.
The 988 suicide prevention lifeline has been in place for well over a year now in South Dakota. How has the new resource been received?
Senator Mike Rounds is naming a Milbank native as his next chief of staff. Longtime staffer Dezmond Ward is taking the reins at Rounds' office.