A legislative panel has approved a measure allowing a mother to breast-feed her child anywhere as long as she’s following other state and local laws.
Local Organization Talks About The Impact Commercial Might Have
The issue of domestic violence has dominated the NFL this past year. In an effort to show the league cares, it has spent millions of dollars airing commercials surrounding the issue. But it’s latest ad is sure to have a far more reaching effect. It airs during the Superbowl.
Sioux Falls John Harris kindergarten students celebrate the 100th day of school.
Counting down the days was fun and educational
Today marked the 100th day of school for the Sioux Falls School District.
Over 200 people at Stubbie's Bar & Grill to raise funds
It’s been exactly two weeks since a two-year-old Sioux Falls girl passed away from the flu.
Yankton residents are trying to raise $7 million toward a new Boys & Girls Club and an endowment to cover at least half of its operating expenses.
Laura Monteverdi hits the ice for a lesson in the sport
The Sioux Falls Curling Club is helping grow the sport of curling in the area, by teaching others all about it.In this week’s Life with Laura, Laura Monteverdi hits the ice for a lesson.
Warrant served near Garfield Elementary
One man is behind bars and neighbors and parents are concerned after a meth bust at a Sioux Falls home Thursday morning.
A Sioux Falls middle school student is fighting for his life after he collapsed during basketball tryouts. A coach who performed CPR and used an AED helped save his life.
Representatives of Minnesota’s child care industry say a push to fund all-day preschool will make their services more expensive.
Freezing rain fell across the Sioux Empire early Monday morning, making for a messy morning commute. While it may have been hectic for drivers, it’s the towing companies that have to clean up after them.
dFINE Fitness shares tips to help you stick to your resolutions
Whether it be losing weight, becoming more active or just working towards a better you, Annie and Chris Mello from dFINE Fitness stopped by the KDLT Orange Couch to share some tips to start 2015 off right and end it right too.
Volunteers needed to help give back to at-risk youth
We often take our older brothers and sisters for granted, but it turns out having sibling or older mentor can make a big difference.That’s why Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Sioux Empire is looking for volunteers to help give back to at-risk youth.
Sioux Empire Community Theatre brings Broadway musical to Sioux Falls
Some of the cast of ‘Avenue Q’ stopped by the KDLT Orange Couch to tell us more the group’s latest production.
KDLT’s Laura Monteverdi pulls out the big guns and takes a shot at sporting clays
Pheasant hunting season in South Dakota comes to a close in less than a month, but if you’ve still got an itch to shoot, and hear the crack of a gun, there’s a place that offers year round excitement.
A new workout takes the art of yoga to new heights
While most people jump on the fitness train as part of their New Year’s resolution, many don’t stay on until the end of the year.However, a simple way to stay on track may be to change up your routine, with some not-so-routine workouts.
One week afer losing two-year-old girl to illness
It’s been just over a week since a two-year-old Sioux Falls girl died unexpectedly from Flu complications. Now her family is hoping other parents will realize the severity of the illness.
Chesney will perform at the PREMIER center this summer
The Denny Sanford PREMIER Center announced Wednesday morning that Kenny Chesney will perform Thursday, June 18.
Blue Angels will be the featured act in 2016 airshow
The Sioux Falls Airshow committee has announced the United States Navy Blue Angels will be the featured act for the 2016 airshow.
Just this past weekend a 2-year-old Sioux Falls girl died from Influenza A. About three to four children at Apple Tree North have had confirmed cases of the flu. This has daycares taking extra steps to help stop the spread of the flu.