Preparing for Thanksgiving can be a lot of work. Texas Roadhouse in Sioux Falls has options that can make cooking Thanksgiving Day easier.
The Dow Jones industrial average is closing above 19,000 for the first time as a post-election rally drives indexes further into record territory.
A Sioux Falls company has set up an account to raise funds for two Sioux Falls homicide victims.
Americans bought homes in October at the fastest pace in nearly decade, helped out by low mortgage rates that have since started to climb following the presidential election of Donald Trump.
An official says North Dakota likely will have to borrow more money to police protests against the Dakota Access oil pipeline now that the costs have exceeded the $10 million in emergency spending authorized by the state.
Gold Coin Donation For Baby Battling Cancer
Donor wants to remain anonymous
Last month KDLT News was contacted by a man who said he wanted our help. He told us he wanted to share his wealth with others, but he did not want any credit. He’s hoping his generosity will inspire others.
Hood Magazine has several ways that kids can get involved with holiday preparation this year.
Tree Of Hope On Display In Sioux Falls
McCrossan Boys Ranch tradition helps boys get presents during Christmas
A few special Christmas trees are now on display in Sioux Falls. Today, boys from McCrossan Boys Ranch decorated “Trees of Hope” at Hyvee on Minnesota Avenue, Dakota Sports and Scheels.
If you’re going out to eat in Sioux Falls, you’ve got plenty of choices. But what do many restaurants have in common? They’re in desperate need of workers.
Elegant Mommy Mural in Limbo Over Code Violation
Business owner receives code violation notice from city zoning
“From the day I bought this building, I always envisioned we were going to have a nice big mural on the side of the building,” Gaddis said.
Sioux Falls Sees Smooth First Snow
No Snow Alert Issued For City Despite Five Inches Of Snow
Sioux Falls Street and Utilities Manager Galynn Huber said Friday’s first snow created a perfect combination for his crews.
Some organizations that attempt to influence public policy are backing off events for state lawmakers because of new lobbyist gift limits included in an anti-corruption initiative that took effect this week.
With today’s heavy snow, Sioux Falls Fire Rescue advises residents to use caution when shoveling. Shoveling can add to the risk of heart attack or strain injuries.
The City of Sioux Falls says a snow alert will not be declared for this snow event.
The North Dakota National Guard is requesting more soldiers and airmen to assist law enforcement officers dealing with Dakota Access Pipeline protesters in Morton County.
The first snow storm of the season has residents digging out and driving through some rough conditions.
As the holidays are fast approaching, so does the shopping season.
Gov. Dennis Daugaard’s office says public school teachers across South Dakota are seeing their salaries rise due to a sales tax hike and education funding overhaul that lawmakers approved this year.
Satsuma mandarins are the featured fruit of the month by The Fruit Club. It’s like holding on to the last bit of summer as we make our way into the colder months!
Canton Coffee Shop Aims To Include All, Even Those With Disabilities
Owner: "just bring a little understanding to the table"
Location and price are what most business owners consider before opening up shop.But for one Canton mom, focusing on a place where her daughter fits in and is welcomed, was the number one priority.”We love coffee shops and we were always running to Sioux Falls because there wasn’t one here,” says Carla Lems.