Saturday is know for Small Business Saturday, where holiday shoppers are encouraged to shop locally.
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.
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.
The Sioux Falls Area Chamber of Commerce announces that Jason M. Ball will serve as the new President/CEO of the organization. Ball succeeds Evan Nolte, who will retire after 37 years of service.
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.
As the holidays are fast approaching, so does the shopping season.
Sioux Falls fitness club GreatLIFE has opened another location in the city.
After a career spanning 50 years in the kitchen cabinet industry, the CEO of Showplace Wood Products, Tony Bour, will retire January 13, 2017.
Company Creates T-Shirt To Bring Back Zip Feed Mill Moment
Proceeds Will Benefit Same Charity As 'Boom' Raffle Tickets
Just the mention of the Zip Feed Mill takes many of us back to that cold December day back in 2005, when the building was supposed to be demolished. While the building where Cherapa Place now stands is long gone, a t-shirt company is hoping to remind people of that historical moment in downtown Sioux Falls.
One-Of-A-Kind Virtual Reality Experience
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.
Tattoo Artist Offers Help To Victim Of Domestic Violence
"I couldn't believe that someone could do something like that..."
It’s been one week since police arrested a Sioux Falls man for assaulting his pregnant ex-girlfriend. Authorities say Tony Ledbetter beat the woman, then used a scissors to cut off her nipples. Horrified by the incident, the community has been reaching out to the victim, wanting to know how they can help. One man is hoping a little art can make a big difference.
A large amount of crops still waiting to be harvested made it difficult for some hunters to find pheasants during the opening weekend of South Dakota’s season.
An international organization aimed to help empower women in the workplace held a conference today in Larchwood, Iowa.
Wells Fargo’s embattled CEO John Stumpf has resigned, effective immediately, as the nation’s second-largest bank is roiled by a scandal over its sales practices.
The Empire Mall in Sioux Falls says they will not be following a recent move made by the country’s largest shopping mall.
A popular tourist destination in Deadwood is planning a $35 million condominium-hotel expansion, but some residents oppose the project.
Lloyd Companies has announced PetSmart will be joining Dawley Farm Village in 2017. The store will break ground soon north of Burlington.
Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Carson Wentz has signed an endorsement contract with Sanford Health.
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.
A big box store in Sioux Falls will close before the end of the year. The Kmart on East 10th Street confirms it’s going out of business.