Authorities in Yankton, SD continue to search for a 6 year old boy that is presumed to have fallen into the Missouri River. Lincoln Hilt from Hurley, SD, was in Yankton with his family visiting relatives when it is believed he fell into the river while fishing at Riverside Park. Jill Johnson will have the update on KDLT tonight.
For the second year, South Dakota saw a decline in the number of babies dying before their first birthdays. New data released by the Department of Health today shows 73 infant deaths in 2014 for a rate of 5.9 deaths per 1,000 live births.
Saturday morning, Red Door Church kicked off their 3rd Annual Egg Hunt in Sioux Falls, which is the largest egg hunt in the city.
Restaurants To Feature New Dishes At Great Price
If you’ve been wanting to try some of the restaurants in downtown Sioux Falls, now’s the time to do it. For the next 8 days, you’ll not only be able to try new menu items but you’ll get them at a great price.
South Dakota Gov. Dennis Daugaard and first lady Linda Daugaard are inviting families to an Easter egg hunt at the governor’s mansion in Pierre.
Airs On KDLT Easter Sunday
Filmed in Morocco the series A.D. The Bible Continues is generating a lot of buzz and kudos for its high production values.
New Report Finds Those Who Sip, More Likely To Binge
Letting your child have a sip of wine or beer at dinner may not be as harmless as you thought. A report from the Journal of Alcohol and Drugs found that those who have had a sip at a young age are more likely to binge drink however, not everyone agrees.
North Dakota and South Dakota had the largest, at about 90 percent
A new government study finds about 3 out of 4 older teens are driving, but rates vary widely by state and city.
An 18-year-old Rapid City Stevens High School senior has died of injuries suffered a few days ago when collided with a car while on a motorized scooter.
"I will be sad for the rest of my life," said Ada Morales, the victim's mother.
Maricela Diaz was barely a teenager when she helped murder another teenage girl. Now, that decision could cost her 80 years of her life.
80% Of Teenagers Say Parents Are Most Influencial
Thirty percent of high school students have had an alcoholic drink within the last 30 days, according a 2012 report from Students Against Drunk Driving.
As EmBe’s Tribute to Women celebrates its 42nd anniversary with a rich history of honoring the achievements of exceptional women throughout the community, they are thrilled to announce that 93 women, men and businesses were nominated in the following categories: Business Achievement, Banking & Finance, Government & Law, Healthcare & STEM, Nonprofit & Community Services, Humanities & Education, Young Woman of Achievement, Sylvia Henkin Mentoring Award, and the EmBeliever Award.
Sioux Empire Pet Rescue Providing Adoption Special
Sioux Empire Pit Rescue needs your help. The organization saves dogs from shelters all across the nation. However, in order to help even more, they need people to adopt the ones they are already caring for.
South Dakota’s six public universities are reining in hiring and cutting back hours and services as a result of the $8.50 minimum wage that voters approved in November.
The Sioux Empire Fair is excited to announce that the Eli Young Band will take the stage at the W.H. Lyon Fairgrounds on Wednesday, August 5, as part of the 2015 Sioux Empire Fair concert series.
Gov. Dennis Daugaard and Larry Zimmerman, Secretary of the South Dakota Department of Veterans Affairs, will be the keynote speakers at the Welcome Home Vietnam Veterans Remembrance Ceremony at the Capitol Lake in Pierre at 1:30 p.m. (CDT) on Sunday, March 29.
ZooMobile Will Reach Out To More Poverty Level Schools
The Great Plains Zoo and Delbridge Museum in Sioux Falls received a $100,000 gift to expand their education programs to poverty level schools.
A neighborhood meeting to discuss the indoor aquatic center at Spellerberg Park will be held on Monday, March 23, 2015, from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. at Oyate Community Center, 2421 West 15th Street (adjacent to Garfield Elementary School). The public is encouraged to attend.
With winter’s chill hopefully behind us, many people are now yearning for summer days, sitting by the pool and soaking up the sun. And Wild Water West in Sioux Falls is expanding in hopes of making this summer the best one yet.
U.S. Rep. Kristi Noem wants South Dakota high school students to know they have a chance to have their artwork hung in the U.S. Capitol.