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…
Hear how the Sioux Falls-based international non-profit has impacted hundreds of thousands of lives
Nashville recording artist Jill Miller joined us in the KDLT studios ahead of an upcoming concert to benefit Hope Haven International. The international non-profit that aims, among other things, to increase mobility for those with disabilities across the globe. Hope Haven volunteers refurbish used and donated wheelchairs and prepare them for shipment overseas. A pediatric wheelchair, the KidChair, is manufactured new. To…
The design done by a local hockey fan is one you can actually get your hands on Saturday night
The Sioux Falls Stampede will host its 4th annual Ugly Christmas Sweater Night this Saturday night at the PREMIER Center. It is a fun night of giveaways, jerseys auctioned off, contests, and visits with Santa (not to mention hockey)! This year’s ugly sweater jersey design was created by Ryan Quam. The team will be wearing the jerseys during the game….
10:00 Sportscast Monday, December 11th
Loss Of Goedert Didn’t Slow SDSU Offense Down
Feeding South Dakota is part of nationwide effort to bring more fresh fruits and vegetables to the table
Food that is inexpensive and easy is often the least healthy for us. But these are the foods that often line the shelves at food banks nationwide because they last the longest. Because of this, a movement has been growing among food banks, including those throughout the Sioux Empire, to bring more nutritious foods into the mix. How that is…
Midwest fashion is often understated but this season is all about adding a little sparkle
From velvet leggings to fur lined accessories, accent jewelry, and glamorous sequined crop tops, you can’t go wrong with some fun combination of them this holiday season. Jael Thorpe of J.Ella Boutique in both Sioux Falls and Brookings shares what she sees as the overall fashion trends for the 2017 holiday season.
Avoid the pain that plagues nearly 8 in 10 Americans with these easy moves
Greta Gildemeister with Great Life Fitness is back in the studio with some easy stretches you might do every morning before work to help ease, eliminate or prevent back pain.
An incredible line-up is set to perform in downtown Sioux Falls
From smaller, more local productions and regional shows that you love and recognize to long-standing classic touring Broadway hits, the shows pulling into town and performing at the Washington Pavilion are astounding. If you’ve not been downtown in awhile to view the line-up or have never been to a show in the classic theatre, now may be the time. We…
CEO of Avera Health Plan recommends health care consumers decide quickly, but shop around before buying
Open enrollment for Obamacare 2018 starts this week but with major changes that could affect thousands in South Dakota. The enrollment period is shorter than in years past, there will be minor scheduled interruptions to the process, and plans may cost more than consumers were originally expecting given the President’s slashing of subsidies to providers. It all means that, on…
Among the advice from nutritional researcher and author Dr. Jonny Bowden - keep stress low and hydrate
The holidays can be a challenge for even the healthiest among us. Halloween through New Years is often hectic, full of snacks, too much alcohol, late nights, and crazy family members, all of which can accelerate your aging process. Dr. Jonny Bowden, author of “The Nutrition Myth Buster”, talks through some simple ways to get through the holiday season without…
Sanford Tackles Opioid Epidemic
Local magician Travis Nye explains another reason to celebrate the Halloween holiday
October 31 is not only Halloween, it is also the culmination of National Magic Week in the United States, in honor of legendary magician Harry Houdini. Houdini died Harry died of peritonitis, secondary to a ruptured appendix, on October 31, 1926 in Detroit’s Grace Hospital at the age of 52. In honor of his life and his mark on the trade, local…
Upcoming Sioux Falls event to benefit the National Alliance on Mental Illness
Local celebrities along with their dance instructors have spent the last eight to ten weeks practicing for an event that aims to help tens of thousands of adults and children living with mental health issues throughout the Sioux Empire. The culmination of their hard work will be showcased this Saturday, November 4th at the local Dancing With the Sioux Falls…
Annual event features growing list of local restaurants donating to families with disabilities
There are more than 4,000 families in the Sioux Empire that rely on Lifescape for assistance of some form, to help them with the challenges of living with a disability. It’s been a busy season for the organization with fundraisers and the latest is Tuesday, October 24th. Supporting restaurants in town will donate a percentage of proceeds for the day’s…