Fans lined up for a chance to get a photo with Sioux Falls natives Karmen and Kirsten Nyberg.
Dogs of all sizes, breeds and talents strutted their stuff at the annual Woofstock Saturday, which is put on by Sioux Falls Parks and Recreation. From a costume contest to an agility course, there was plenty to do for dogs and their owners.
Baltic Elementary School Earns A+ Recognition
School is recognized with Blue Ribbon Award
Each year the Secretary of Education honors select schools with the coveted Blue Ribbon Award.
Job Training For Refugees Crucial For Economic Development
Local technical institute helps train area refugees
Welding, basic construction, forklift operation, and commercial driving are just a few trade skills local Nepali refugees are able to learn at the Southeast Tech Institute.
Be Wary, Not Fearful Of Meningitis
Beau Keeter's death is a rarity, but health officials offer advice
“What a tremendous personality. He had a grin that would light up a room. He was fun. He was funny.”
Juvenile Offenders Set Sail to “Defy The Odds”
Tait Wilson is one of 10 juvenile offenders in the U.S. to sail in race
Sailing offers so many freedoms to those who venture the deep blue.
Inaugural Peace and Justice Festival Addresses Gun Control
Dawn Anna, who lost her daughter in Columbine massacre, encourages people to "listen"
Lauren Townsend was one of 12 students killed in the columbine massacre 16 years ago.
Local Haunted House Delivers Scary Results
Jaycee's Haunted House is under construction for Halloween
The first day of autumn means trees will begin to change color, warm apple cider and cooler weather.
Are We Honest About Mental Health?
Platte, S.D. alleged murder-suicide raises questions about mental health in men
The beauty and mystery of life is often misunderstood. While we cannot undo what is done, we can certainly learn from it.
Denny Sanford Premier Center Celebrates 1 Year Of Entertainment
Leaders addressed the success and criticisms of the venue
“The measure of success is not whether you have a tough problem, but rather it is the same problem you had last year.”
“We Climb To Remember” Never Forget
'Step Up For Heroes' holds 9/11 commemorative stair climb for fallen fire crews
It is considered to be one of the most devastating moments in American history.
Do Police Body Cams Invade Personal Privacy?
Vermillion Police show KDLT footage from body cam. You decide.
Worthington, MN is one of sixteen cities in the state calling on state lawmakers to make footage obtained through police body cams private.
FAFSA Changes Mean Less Headaches For Students And Parents
Apply for federal aid in October rather than January has benefits
“Do I want to go into my Master Degree or do I want to get a Doctorate?”
CapX2020: The New Electrical Super Highway
A new project to South Dakota will mean more reliable electricity for all
From charging our computers to turning on the lights, the need for reliable electricity continues to grow.
3…2…1 Welcome To Badlands Motor Speedway
A new name change is one of many new changes set for Huset's Speedway
“We are bringing Badlands Motor Speedway to the race fans of the Midwest, to Brandon and to Sioux Falls South Dakota,” says new owner, Chuck Brennan.
Has A Local Job Search Website Proved To Work?
SiouxFallsHasJobs.com battled pushback from city leaders, despite success
Now hiring, help wanted, apply within signs can be seen all over the city. Employers are desperate for bodies to keep their businesses thriving.
Mother Still Grieving After Losing Daughter To Suicide 10 Years Ago
Mother. Janine Harris, wants to bring attention to mental illness and suicide
Nicole Vallie Harris, Nikki, was like any girl graduating high school.
Building A Legacy At State Fair
Put your name in brick at the Nordby Exhibit Hall
Donations for the Nordby Exhibit Hall have poured in since its groundbreaking in May and its project start date two years ago.
Lifelight Grows Thanks To Spacious Farmland
Lifelight Festival returns to Worthing farm, grows in popularity
357 days out of the year, the Pederson family farm sees maybe 20 people, but as soon as Labor Day weekend rolls around the farm looks more like an arena than a farm.
Yankton Search Leads To Shooting
When officers arrived a search began for a man, who witnesses say, planned to kill himself
The search for 19-year-old Trae Allen Angel lasted over an hour according to witnesses.