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Past articles by Alexus:

Limited access to bathrooms causes downtown Rapid City businesses to clean up

With access to restrooms limited, many homeless people are relieving themselves in alleyways. → Read More

The Rock, his family tested positive for the coronavirus

Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson shared some unfortunate news on his home front: He and his family tested positive for the coronavirus. → Read More

New set of eyes looks at Serenity Dennard case

Serenity’s adoptive mother and stepfather hire a private investigator after she went missing a year and a half ago. → Read More

CDC tells states: Be ready to distribute vaccines on Nov. 1

The timeline raised concern among public health experts about an “October surprise” — a vaccine approval driven by political considerations ahead of a presidential election, rather than science. → Read More

Nana strengthens into hurricane as it barrels toward Belize

Heavy rains were expected in Belize, as well as in northern Honduras and throughout Guatemala. → Read More

2 pythons weighing 100 pounds collapse ceiling in Australia

An Australian returned home and was surprised to discover that his kitchen ceiling had collapsed under the weight of two large pythons apparently fighting over a mate. → Read More

White House public tours to resume Sept. 12 with COVID rules

All guests over age 2 will be required to wear a face covering and practice social distancing. → Read More

Quarantining at Black Hills State University

What happens when a student tests positive for coronavirus? → Read More

Defense official: Arson suspected as cause of Navy ship fire

A senior defense official says arson is suspected as the cause of a July 12 fire that left extensive damage to the USS Bonhomme Richard and a U.S. Navy sailor is being questioned as a potential suspect. → Read More

Five Rapid City homicides in one month

In just one month, Rapid City has seen more homicides than what some city yearly statistics show. → Read More

Wednesday’s Reds-Brews, M’s-Padres games off in wake of Kenosha shooting

A person with knowledge of the situation says the Milwaukee Brewers' game against the Cincinnati Reds is being postponed in the wake of the shooting of a Black man in Wisconsin. → Read More

Local Republican Party reaction to the RNC

Monday marked the beginning of the Republican National Convention -- another spot on the political roadmap, as the county gets closer to the November election. → Read More

RCAS board passes level 2 school reopening plan

In a close vote, the school board increased to a level 2 reopening because of the influx of coronavirus cases this weekend. → Read More

Monument Health hospitals see a spike in trauma patients during Sturgis Motorcycle Rally

ER and urgent care numbers were down, but in-patient numbers followed an upward trend. → Read More

National Zoo awaits birth of pandemic panda cub

The zoo posted a video from the ultrasound on Instagram. “Keep your paws crossed!” the zoo posted, reporting that the fetus was “kicking and swimming in the amniotic fluid.” → Read More

Universities scramble to deal with virus outbreaks

Officials at universities around the United States are scrambling to deal with COVID-19 clusters at the start of the fall semester. → Read More

Move out the way, a bike path extension may come to stay

The city council will vote on a bike path extension along Cambell Street. → Read More

RCAS school board approves mask mandate when school reopens

Rapid City Area School Board discusses approval of the school reopening plan Monday night. → Read More

Tackling race relations with new recommendations for Rapid City Human Relations Commission

A doubted commission may get the revamp it needs with some new task force suggestions. → Read More

COVID-19 affects new Rapid City Area Schools budget

School board passed 2020-2021 budget unanimously Monday night and district says they need an extra $1.6 million. → Read More