Bizzy Lizzy Flourless Bakery, located in White, S.D. specializes in flourless, gluten-free and allergy-friendly baking.
Homepage – Something To Talk About
A chef with roots on South Dakota’s Pine Ridge Indian Reservation is eager to bring the food of his culture to a bigger audience.
It’s life changing to hear that you, or someone you love, has been diagnosed with cancer. But there is hope. A recent study published in JAMA Oncology says a new type of radiation therapy may be better for treating breast cancer… especially in the earlier stages.
Vote Yes or No For Nonpartisan Elections
Those who have already voted may have noticed this year’s ballot is lengthy with around ten ballot issues ranging from the a victim’s rights after a crime to lowering the minimum wage in South Dakota. Leading up to the election KDLT News is breaking down important measures continuing Tuesday with Amendment V.
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month; a month to raise awareness about a cancer that will affect 1 in 8 women and 1 in a thousand men in the United States. And one company in the Sioux Empire and they partner is holding an event this month… raising money to help fight breast cancer. An effort that starts with your phone.
Sioux Falls Native Brings New Entertainment System To Hometown
It can tilt more than 60 degrees both forwards and back while also holding the capability of flipping 360 degrees all the way around.
16 Year Old Taylor Watzel Died Wednesday Following A Grain Bin Accident
Lifelong farmer, Miles Mendel of Doland said the farming community in the state is grieving the death of Watzel.
The Helpline Center is putting on the Volunteer Sioux Falls Expo Saturday.
NBC News has fired “Today” show host Billy Bush, who was caught on tape in a vulgar conversation about women with Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump before an “Access Hollywood” appearance.
Watch the KDLT Winter Weather Preview tonight at 6:30 p.m.
Join meteorologists Brandon Spinner, Brian Kirk and Blaise Keller for the KDLT Winter Weather Preview tonight at 6:30 p.m.
Saturday Marks The Start Of The New Pheasant Season In South Dakota
The sights and sounds of Pheasant hunting is back in South Dakota.
Bulldogs Wear Purple Wristbands And Shoelaces For Support
For Friday night’s game against the Tea Area Titans, they want to make an impact off of the field.
With more smartphones in the hands of teens and parents, the ability to find peace of mind that your teen is safe has never been easier and costs virtually nothing. Magnify Apps, a Sioux Falls app development company, highlighted some of those free apps that are effective at keeping your teen, or you, safe.
Summer may be over but that doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy a day at the pool. The opening ceremony for Midco Aquatic Center was on Wednesday and Thursday morning, thirty degree low temperatures didn’t stop a crowd from breaking in the pools on the first day it was open to the public.
In March, KDLT News introduced you to two Augustana students who spent last winter filming and interviewing some of the homeless population in Downtown Sioux Falls and put their work together in a documentary.
A Miller airman who went missing over 70 years ago is being laid to rest Saturday.
It’s been four days since footage was released of presidential nominee Donald Trump making lewd sexual comments towards women. The backlash has been widespread, from Republicans no longer endorsing the nominee, women sharing sexual assault/harassment stories to athletes saying those types of conversations do not happen in locker rooms.One local nonprofit says that while the statements were terrible, the focus should be on something different.
For the 29th year, we'll be gathering warm, winter clothes for those in need
KDLT-TV is teaming up with area businesses for their 29th annual Coats for All coat drive. Make a dramatic difference in thousands of lives this holiday season by simply donating some warm, winter clothing.
A national law enforcement group is lending its support to authorities who are policing the Dakota Access pipeline protest in North Dakota.
Category Four Hurricane's Landfall Causing Travel Problems Across The Country
With service centers backed up, checking and booking flights on airline websites could be the only way travelers can weather the storm.