Hood Magazine has great gift ideas for those special people that are hard to buy for this holiday season.
"We don't know we're in a crisis until it's too late."
At age 10, children should be outside playing with friends and having fun… and not under so much stress that they want to harm themselves or take their own lives. But the CDC says that isn’t the case… and that child-suicide rates have doubled in less than 10 years. A problem that experts say is preventable.
A Sioux Falls second grade class had the chance to read books at a library that is smaller than most Thursday.
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.
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.
Hood Magazine is getting into the Halloween spirit by creating crafts made out of popsicle sticks.
After 70 Years, 1st Lt. Ben Barnes Will Be Officially Buried This Saturday
Army Air Force 1st Lt. Ben Barnes was declared dead in December of 1945.
Getting a child who is a picky eater to try new foods can be tricky.
Use cardboard boxes to create characters
Two Men and a Truck use boxes daily for their moving business. Extra boxes don’t have to end up in the garbage, but can be used for Halloween costumes.
A Sioux Falls park unveils new renovations after getting a $1 million facelift.
A nonprofit agency that for half a century has helped thousands of disadvantaged children and families throughout western South Dakota is eyeing its first major building expansion project in 15 years.
A Sioux Falls bowling alley has a brand new look that will take people back in time. Suburban Lanes is back open for bowling after undergoing a major remodel over the summer.
Fall enrollment at the state’s six public universities has remained flat compared to last year.
The Tea Area School District is setting up their students for success at a young age through a new project.
Hundreds Climb 110 Flights Of Stairs To Represent World Trade Center
Hundreds gathered at Howard Wood Field to take a climb of 110 flights to remember the 343 firefighters who died in the buildings of the World Trade Center on 9/11.
For those visiting Falls Park this weekend, the rain has made for an even more captivating sight.
Proceeds Go Towards Helping Affected Families and Disease Research
The goal for Saturday’s event was to raise $135,000 to help support families affected by the disease as well as for research towards finding a cure.
Five Additional Officers Will Be Added For Start Of The School Year
Starting on September 6th in Sioux Falls, streets will be clamoring with students, parents and staff.