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What It’s Like Being An Eagles Fan In Sioux Falls

Sioux Falls, S.D.- “I know I’m definitely not alone, there are Eagle fans out here.  More so in North Dakota now than South Dakota, but there’s some in Sioux Falls,” says Co-Pastor Don Vanderlip. Vanderlip is a Co-Pastor at the Flandreau United Methodist Church and the Southern Hills United Methodist Church in Sioux Falls. Originally from Philadelphia, Vanderlip came to…

Dakota Spirit Hosts 17th Annual Valentines Classic

Sioux Falls, S.D.- A local cheer competition is bringing out big crowds in Sioux Falls this weekend. The Dakota Spirit Cheer Leading program hosted the 17th annual Valentines Classic at the Sanford Pentagon. The first day of competition included dance teams as well as solo and duet performances, the second day included cheer teams. Dakota Cheer officials say this is…

King Of Glory Church Hosts Kings Kloset

Sioux Falls, S.D.- Dozens of people went home with needed necessities and toiletries today, thanks to the work of the King Of Glory Church. The giveaway is called Kings Kloset and it’s an event the ministry holds every third Saturday of the month. It’s a chance for individuals to come by the church and collect household goods like soap, shampoo,…

School Rallies Behind Sick Teacher

Waverly, S.D.- “Someone goes down, something happens to someone.  And the snap of a finger, everyone’s together to make it right, and help that person get back on their feet,” says Assistant Track Coach Nathan Lamb. In September of 2017, Waverly South Shore teacher and track coach Ryon Gross was diagnosed with Stage Four Lung Cancer. Students at the K-12…

Sioux Falls Students Get Scare Of Their Life In Hawaii

SIOUX FALLS ,S.D. – “It’s surreal, that’s the only thing i can say, is it was surreal.  The beach is empty, the streets were empty,” says University Of Sioux Falls Political Science Professor Beth O’Toole. In Hawaii this weekend, a normal missile threat test was supposed to be conducted. But a Hawaii Emergency Planning employee accidentally hit a wrong button sending…

Sioux Falls Brewery Debuts Vikings-Themed Beer

Sioux Falls, S.D.- “Why not make a beer to tribute to the team that I’ve watched through all of the tears and all the joy and everything in between,” says Remedy Brewing Co-Owner and Chief Science Officer Tyler Jepperson. Remedy Brewing Company in downtown Sioux Falls unveiled their newest beer to the public the day the Minnesota Vikings face off…

Car Washes Affected By Cold Weather

Sioux Falls, S.D.- With the cold weather coming through Sioux Falls this winter season, and this upcoming week, car washes have seen an inconsistent line of business. Car washes will see an influx of cars coming their way after snowstorms and once the roads clear up. That’s usually the time people will want to get their car rinsed off from…

Representative Kristi Noem Speaks to Walleyes Unlimited

Sioux Falls, S.D.- A South Dakota representative was in Sioux Falls today to speak to a South Dakota organization. Representative Kristi Noem spoke at the Scheels conference room to people from South Dakota Walleyes Unlimited. Many topics Noem discussed with members in a question and answer included the tax reform bill, lead tackle for fishing and meandered versus non-meandered waters in…

Man Charged For Fatally Shooting Roommate

Watertown, S.D.- Police were called to this home in northwest Watertown overnight. They found the body of 30-year-old Seth Murray.  He had been shot in the head.  The man who called police is Murray’s roommate, 30-year-old Donald Herron. He was arrested and charged with 1st degree manslaughter and reckless discharge of a firearm. Police believe alcohol played a role in…

Arrest Made In Double Murder Case

Sioux Falls, S.D.- Police arrested a teenage suspect in a Sioux Falls double murder investigation, after she contacted law enforcement. 19-year-old Crystal Habben was taken into custody in Mitchell and brought to the jail in Sioux Falls. She’s facing charges of concealing a homicide and first degree attempted robbery. According to prosecutors, she set up the drug deal which turned…

New Updates In Sioux Falls Double Murder

Sioux Falls, S.D.- Two men were found shot last Friday morning after Sioux Falls police responded to the scene outside an apartment building off of West Rice Street. The victims are 28-year-old Samuel Louis Crockett and 30-year-old Corey James Zephier.  Zephier died at the scene while Crockett died after being taken to the hospital.  Police believe this was a drug…

A Winter Method To Prevent Stolen Cars

  Sioux Falls, S.D.- “If you leave the car keys in the vehicle, in the ignition and leave the car unlocked.  I mean anybody can hop in and take it,” says Audio Playground owner Patty Meyer. It’s a common thing to do in the winter.  It’s cold outside, and you leave your car to warm up. But there’s been a…

Swamp Daddy’s Opens Downtown Restaurant

Sioux Falls, S.D.- A popular Louisiana-based eatery is making its return to Sioux Falls. Swamp Daddy’s Cajun Kitchen officially opened their storefront today. The restaurant is located off of north Phillips avenue in downtown Sioux Falls. The popular eatery began as a food truck many years ago, and the new restaurant space is designed to replicate that same small and intimate…

Two Dead In Sioux Falls Shooting

Sioux Falls, S.D.- Police are investigating after a shocking morning in northern Sioux Falls. Two men were killed in a shooting outside of an apartment complex. Police have not named any suspects, however they are searching for two persons of interest. Those two people are 34-year-old Manuel Jesus Frias… and 27-year-old Maria Shantel LeClaire. Police believe both have information on…

A Look At Smaller Sioux Falls Gyms

Sioux Falls, S.D.- As people begin the new year looking for a new gym to join, some have an interest in going with a smaller gym. There are many positive features to working out at a smaller facility. some people like the smaller environment and the fact that most of the trainers and staff can remember who you are. Primal…