Over the holiday season, from Halloween to Thanksgiving to Christmas and New Years, the average adult will gain about seven pounds.
Thanksgiving means lots of great food shared with the family. But the holidays are typically when people tend to gain the most weight throughout the year. So, we have a few healthier recipes to add to the table this thanksgiving.
This is set to be a great weekend in downtown Sioux Falls. First, the Parade of Lights takes over Phillips Avenue Friday night. Then Saturday, shoppers are encouraged spend the day downtown shopping for gifts for family and friends.
There are so many small businesses in Sioux Falls, you’re bound to find a good deal all while helping support local family-owned businesses.
After shopping on Black Friday, then comes Small Business Saturday, a day when you’re encouraged to find gifts for your family this holiday season by shopping at local small businesses.
The new year is about to start, and it’s a great time to get your girls involved in the Girl Scouts.
In just a few weeks, another round of college students will be graduating and joining us in the real world, but as we all know, it’s not always a breeze getting that first job or getting your foot in the door.
KBAD Radio is hosting an awesome contest that honors our local veterans. Plus, the pawn shop is also delivering cards to vets that you can drop off.
Even though we’re just getting our first snow of the season, there’s never a bad time for ice cream. Dairy Queen is partnering with LifeScape to make this holiday season memorable for families across the Sioux Empire.
Disney on Ice has multiple performances at the Denny Sanford Premier Center throughout the weekend. Tickets are still available.
As if there’s a bad time to quit smoking, winter is probably a good motivator—that way you don’t have to take your smoke breaks in the freezing cold. But many who have tried to quit know that it can be a challenge. That’s the goal behind the American Cancer Society’s Great American Smokeout today.
Tonight’s the night! Disney on Ice takes the rink at the PREMIER Center starting Thursday evening through Sunday. The performers travel for many months and practice often, and they need the proper nutrition to keep them fueled for performances.
The Rush bar on 41st St isn’t just about having a place to meet up with friends. The owners are also committed to their new fundraiser organization that collects money to give to those living with life-altering illnesses.
The American Heart Association is teaming up with the South Dakota Beef Industry Council for a night of cooking demos, eating with friends, wine, and learning more about healthy eating for you and your family.
Satsuma mandarin oranges are the featured fruit of the month by The Fruit Club. It’s like holding on to the last bit of summer as we make our way into the colder months!
The KDLT Coats for All Drive is still going strong! With help from you and the Salvation Army, we’re hoping to get 10,000 coats donated to kids and adults in need all across the Sioux Empire.
This Thursday, the annual Recycle the Runway event returns. Dozens of local boutiques will compete, using old clothes and making something new with them.
Higher education isn’t cheap, but it’s especially hard for kids whose parents have medical bills pilling up. An organization in the state is giving scholarships to students who have a parent that’s been injured or killed in the workplace.
There’s no better time than the present to adopt a pet, and this month happens to be National Senior Pet Adoption Month.
Basketball season is upon us. The USD women will take on SIUE’s women tomorrow night, and the very next day at the Skyforce game, there’s a couple new menu items that you’ll be eager to get your hands on.