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Elmer Karl, Success and a Familiar Face

We all know him, we see him on TV in commercials. Elmer Karl turned a knack for fixing electronics into a thriving business. Now days, others handle the day to day operations. But, at age 83, Elmer is still involved in the business he created.

He started out in 1956 with one TV, he sold that one and kept going. A…

Not Old Enough to Gamble, 18-year-old Rolls Dice on City Council Run

At the ripe age of only 18, Warren is throwing his hat into the ring for Sioux Falls city council.

Director Of Embattled Platte Educational Co-op Retiring

The director of a Platte-based educational cooperative that was pushed into the spotlight after a murder-suicide involving two employees is retiring effective June 30.

Answering The Calls On 2-1-1 Day

From suicide and crisis support to child care resources, one call can get you a wealth of information quickly. February 11th is 2-1-1 Day and operators at the Helpline Center in Sioux Falls were busy answering calls.

Live Q & A To Get You Talking About Heart Health

 It beats 100,000 times a day and one group held a live Q&A on Twitter to get the conversation started about your heart, its health and how to keep it healthy.

Sioux Falls Police Reacts To Fargo Fallen Officer

A Fargo Police officer has died after being shot during a standoff this morning.

The report began as a domestic violence call, but turned into an 11 hour stand-off ending when the suspect fired multiple shots from inside the home, striking 33-year-old Officer Jason Moszer.

HB 1008 Bathroom Debate Brings Strong Emotions From Transgender Community

A bill that would require students to use bathrooms and locker rooms that match their biological sex at birth will be debated by the full senate. The bill passed the house in late January, and was up for debate in the senate education committee Thursday morning.

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