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3 Easy, Effective Strength Training Moves

Whether you're at home or at the gym, these moves are worth fitting into your day

One of the most important elements of a healthy body and a good workout is strength training. Yet so few seem to take advantage of the incredible opportunities to incorporate weights into their daily routine, either at home, or the gym. Fitness instructor Greta Gildemeister joined us in the studio from Great Life Fitness in Sioux Falls to talk about…

False Post About Guns Being Sold At Airport Goes Viral

  SIOUX FALLS, S.D. – It is officially opening weekend for pheasant hunting season. To welcome hunters, the Sioux Falls Convention and Visitors Bureau and several local businesses rolled out the red carpet at the airport, setting up several hunting related booths. But one travelers tweet about this event caused some controversy. “I love the hunters coming to South Dakota…

Lyft Submits Permit To Operate In Sioux Falls

­­­­The ride-hailing service Lyft has taken the next step to launch in Sioux Falls. Lyft confirms it submitted a permit Thursday to the city to operate in Sioux Falls.  In a statement, a Lyft spokesperson tells KDLT News that they look forward to launching “soon.”  Three days ago, city officials announced that Lyft received its state sales tax license.

Tom Brokaw Returns To USD For Presentation

Brokaw: "It's very moving coming back to this University"

VERMILLION, S.D. – A University of South Dakota legend returned to Vermillion Wednesday night. The Yankton native with experience reporting on the Watergate scandal, and who’s interviewed Russian President Vladimir Putin gave a presentation to an excited crowd. Welcomed with a standing ovation, Former NBC Nightly News anchor Tom Brokaw spoke at his Alma Mater. “It’s not just gratifying, but…

US Agency Withdraws Rule Aimed At Protecting Animal Farmers

DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) – The U.S. Department of Agriculture has killed a rule designed to protect the legal rights of farmers who raise chickens and hogs for the nation’s largest meat processors. The rule would have made it easier for farmers to sue companies they contract with over unfair or deceptive practices. It was rolled out in the final…

New Partnership Promotes Hunting Ahead Of Pheasant Season

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. – A new partnership between sporstmen, retailers and business leaders is promoting hunting throughout South Dakota. “Hunting Works for South Dakota” is working to educate the public and policy makers about the effect of the hunting industry on the economy. The organization is co-chaired by several business leaders and directors of convention and visitors bureaus from across…

Wagner Teen Raises Thousands For Cancer Patients

WAGNER, S.D. – What started as a dare between friends turned into thousands of dollars raised for people battling cancer. Wagner High School sophomore Grant Namminga and several others shaved their heads Friday at the school’s homecoming pep rally.  A week ago, Grant was dared by his friend to shave his head.  His mom allowed it, but only if he…

Food Truck “Trunk Or Treat” To Raise Money For Hurricane Relief

A fun and delicious event is taking place this weekend.  It’s also a chance to help hurricane victims in Puerto Rico. Del’Inkka Beaudion, one of the owners of Swamp Daddy’s Cajun Kitchen, has organized a food truck “Trunk Or Treat” for Saturday at 8th and Railroad in Sioux Falls.  The event will feature “trunk or treaters,” a bouncy house, a…

High School Football Team Takes Field With American Flags

CHAMBERLAIN, S.D. – Tuesday night, NBC Sports is reporting the NFL “may consider” a rule change requiring players to stand during the national anthem. For some players kneeling is a way to protest police brutality and inequality for people of color. NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell sent a letter to team owners saying the league respects the right of its players…

From Food Truck To Restaurant, Swamp Daddy’s Is Looking To Expand

  SIOUX FALLS, S.D. – After moving from Louisiana to South Dakota 13 years ago, a business owner is looking to make a permanent stamp on the city, turning her food truck into a restaurant. And it’s the community’s support that is making the expansion possible. “I love our customers; they have supported us so much,” says Inkka Beaudion. Wherever…

Newspapers Across The State Make Big Statement With Blank Front Pages

FREEMAN, S.D. – It’s a phrase we’ve all likely heard: “fake news.” It’s gained popularity since President Donald Trump took office. His administration suggests many national news outlets like The New York Times, CNN and NBC aren’t reporting the facts. But others see it as an insult that’s giving local media a bad rap. Some South Dakota newspapers came up…

10-Year Anniversary of Billie Sutton’s Rodeo Accident

The State Senate Minority Leader is now paralyzed from the waist down

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. – One decade ago, a 23-year-old man from Burke was one of the top saddle bronc riders in the world, until a rodeo accident changed everything. Life looks a lot different these days for Billie Sutton. He’s now running for South Dakota governor. Straight out of the shoot, Billie Sutton was roped into the world of riding….

City Officials Address Council Questions On Premier Center Settlement

"I believe the public trust has been violated"

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. – After years of staying quiet, Mayor Mike Huether’s administration is opening up about the Denny Sanford Premier Center settlement. Back in 2015, the city signed a $1 million settlement with multiple construction agencies, for the warped outdoor paneling on the west side of the building. Council members had the chance Tuesday to get some answers, but…