Teaching kids to build their own solutions to any problem – that is the goal of an upcoming Hack Sioux Falls series of events. Creator Will Bushee, joined us in the studio to talk about what he hopes children ages 8-18 can gain from being a part of the entire experience.
If you’re feeling a good case of the winter blah’s coming on, has Addie Graham-Kramer from the Event Company got the cure. Check out the events she and her team have found happening this week throughout a good portion of eastern South Dakota. Even one of these is great to help pull you out of any funk! Click on the video…
11:00 PM Sportscast Sunday, February 18th
5:00 Sportscast Sunday, February 18th
Easy to make and delicious is what fans say, in preview to this year's Pheasant Fest
A big part of this weekend’s Pheasant Fest & Quail Classic in Sioux Falls is going to be the food. And Game, Fish & Parks’ Chris Hull was in the studio with a preview of both the event and one of his favorite all-time classic pheasant recipes that any of us can make at home. Join tens of thousands…
Great advertising can cause fear in the grocery aisles, where it counts to look for certain claims
Know what you’re really spending money on, is the message Charlotte Rommereim wants consumers to know. For those who spend extra to make sure food is without added chemicals or growth hormones, often labeling can be misleading as many foods already prohibit the additives. Rommereim spoke with KDLT on behalf of South Dakota Soybean Research and Promotion Council and the…
What we can all learn from the Opening Ceremonies in PyeongChang
Will Bushee, author of Wired for Coding, Vice-President of the data mining company Bright Planet, and co-founder of Code Bootcamp of South Dakota was in studio to talk about what happened, the problems it caused, and how easily it can be done.
If you’re looking for a heart-healthy diet and a great option to help you lose weight, the Mediterranean diet may be exactly what you need. Only, this isn’t your typical “diet,” it’s a lifestyle. Tiffany Kroger, a registered dietitian with Sanford Cardiovascular Institute, joined us in the studio to explain. MORE OF A LIFESTYLE THAN A STRICT DIET What the Mediterranean…
This Valentine’s Day week, check out the fun opportunities to get out and enjoy great food, wonderful activities, and good times not only with your sweetie but your entire family! Addie Graham-Kramer, president of The Event Company, offers up key details to get you Out and About throughout eastern South Dakota! Tuesday, February 13 – AIGA Drink and Draw at…
As e-health takes off, rural families said to be among those to benefit the most
Telemedicine is increasingly being used to connect physicians with patients, especially in the more rural areas of our state and region. And this time of year, the service can come in especially handy, as families try to figure out what’s really worth a trip to the doctor, or if the care you’re giving at home will provide the healing loved…
10:00 Sportscast Saturday, February 3rd
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6:00 Sportscast Friday, January 26th
Three steps to take now as hardware fix isn't easy, or coming soon
There are big problems in the core hardware of Intel chips (and some chips from other manufacturers) that can only be fixed by buying new machines with the new chips, Chris Prendergast, Chief Strategy Officer with Click Rain, tells KDLT. The problem is, it may be awhile before manufacturers figure out how to fix the issue. “It’s going to take…
If you've ever struggled to feel good about your smile, why now may be the time to revisit orthodontics
We typically associate braces with kids. But an increasing number of adults are signing up to revamp their smiles. And it’s not just about looks. Orthodontist Chris Wermerson outlines the benefits of straightening out your teeth and getting your smile assessed, at any age.
10:00 Sportscast Friday, January 5th
The one area of your home in particular where you're losing money by being disorganized
Lisa Soma of Organizing by Lisa outlines where she sees people commonly struggling to stay on top of things and offers insight as to how you might clear up the clutter.
10:00 Sportscast December 21st
Children from the Boys & Girls Club of the Sioux Empire perform for local gatherings
“It is so fun to see everyone’s face light up when the kids are performing,” said Amy Sumner from the Boys & Girls Club of the Sioux Empire. Sumner joined us in the KDLT Studios Thursday morning to talk about the club’s caroling program where children come and carol in exchange for a donation to the club. She says it’s a…