Pioneers came to the Black Hills in the late 1800′s in search of gold, and in that same spirit the Black Hills are attracting the pioneers of today, scientists who are looking to unlock the secrets of the universe.
The Beetles were on tour, Winston Churchill was laid to rest, and the Saint Louis Arch was constructed all in the 1960′s, and in that same era, the main transmission line providing power to Rapid City was built. Black Hills Energy says it was time to take the regions electric grid from vintage to modern.
The number of young Americans watching online videos every day has more than doubled, according to survey findings released Tuesday. They're glued to them for nearly an hour a day, twice as long as they were four years ago.
By Alana Austin (Gray DC) & Tali Arbel (AP Technology Writer)
Phone companies now have more power to automatically stop so-called ‘robocalls’. The Federal Communications Commission, or FCC, signaled Thursday to providers they can block those automated – and sometimes harassing – calls.
With controversy swirling around social media companies, an internet safety group says your trust in them has sunk to an all-time low. Getting back in good standing for these companies that are so important to our society could come at a dial-up pace.
The fight over net neutrality is not going away in Washington. Following the Federal Communication Commission’s vote to repeal certain internet regulations, a bipartisan group of senators is punching back. Mostly Democrats are signed onto an effort that would reverse the FCC’s decision. Senator Catherine Cortez Masto (D-NV) joined the crusade and says this is about keeping the internet free and open.