Students at Robert Frost Elementary School in Sioux Falls are using their “milk money” quite literally. Through a school challenge, they collected more than $2,300 for the Food Pantry who struggles to provide dairy products to the needy.
The madness that March brings continues in Sioux Falls. The city is hosting both the NCAA Women’s Division I and II Elite Eights this week. It’s the Sioux Falls Sports Authority’s job to make sure they’re on schedule. From practices and lining up timers to flights and hotel stays, they’ve got to have it all covered.
Flying a plane and jumping out of one is just a few of the things that some Sioux Falls students got the chance to experience Friday. The U.S. Air Force brought it’s touring flight simulator to the Career and Technical Education Academy.
Residents of Luverne had something to celebrate Monday. After a 26 year wait, the town is now the 13th member connected to the Lewis & Clark Regional Water System.
SFPD: 'It became clear to all of us that some changes had to be made.'
The number of events in Sioux Falls has increased dramatically in the last five years. Fifteen of them require streets to close in downtown Sioux Falls, which creates some headaches for people living and working in the area. That’s why the city has decided to make some changes.
A 30-year-old Sioux Falls woman is still in the hospital after police say her ex-boyfriend shot her on Friday before turning the gun on himself. According to court documents, Kellie Dagel had a protection order against Cameron Young and he violated the order last Monday. KDLT’s Jill Johnson takes a closer look at protection orders and how they work.
Police received reports of nearly 60 windows that had been shot at in Sioux Falls over the weekend.
South Dakota Gov. Dennis Daugaard said Monday he won’t pursue the expansion of medicaid this legislative session. The decision comes just days after federal officials laid out better direction regarding it’s funding policies.
Card Collector Ray O'Connor: 'Kind of fun to rekindle some of those memories.'
The world saw the first ever trading cards back in 1886. The sporting goods store Peck and Snyder began featuring baseball teams on them for advertising. Nearly 130 years later, sports cards are still being bought and sold in massive quantities. KDLT’s Jill Johnson visits Triple Play Sports Cards to see how the industry has changed and who is buying.
Fans Stand Outside Every Wednesday Waiting To Get Newest Books
It was in the early 1930’s that the comic book industry was born. The first American Comic Book was just a reprinting of comic strips from the newspapers. More than 80 years later, the industry continues to thrive. In Part One of ‘Still Open For Business’, KDLT’s Jill Johnson visits Rainbow Comics to see what keeps people coming through the door.
Depending on where you live in Sioux Falls, Tuesday’s snow storm dumped anywhere from 4 to 7 inches on your doorstep, but city officials expect to have every street cleared by Thursday morning.
"It's going to be given right back to the community to someone fighting cancer”
BRANDON, S.D. – Friday night we’re continuing our KDLT Cares series. About two months ago, we were contacted by a man who said he wanted to give back without receiving any of the credit. We’ve already distributed portions of his gift to a baby battling cancer, a nonprofit who helps women at risk of homeless and the Salvation Army’s Red…