Community Top Stories

Local Businesses To Help Building Collapse Victims: Shopping For Strength

On Dec. 9 and 10, in conjunction with the rescheduled First Friday events from Downtown Sioux Falls Inc., Lloyd Companies has coordinated an effort called Shopping for Strength.

Crews Start To Demolish Copper Lounge

Representatives from the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) surveyed the damaged Skelly’s and Copper Lounge properties on Wednesday as part of their ongoing investigation. Independent insurance investigators will perform additional surveys this weekend.

Child's Play Store Talks Holiday Gift Ideas

Nancy Savage from Child's Play Store joins us in the KDLT Kitchen to talk about great holiday gift ideas.

KDLT-TV Converts To Digital Translator In Brookings

On December 2, 2016, television translator station K40FZ, Brookings, S.D. which rebroadcasts the programming of KDLT-TV, Sioux Falls, S.D. terminated its analog operations and convert to digital-only operations.

11th Annual Project Warm Up

Thousands of students throughout the Sioux Falls School District participate in this annual offering, making blankets before and during the Saturday event.

Recovery Efforts To Locate Missing Body of Hunter Suspended Tuesday Afternoon

A duck hunting trip between two brothers has turned deadly after their boat capsized last night on Brush Lake and recovery efforts are far from over for first area responders going into their second night.

DTSF Will Host Special First Friday December 9th

Due to the tragic events that occurred on Friday, December 2nd, Downtown Sioux Falls, Inc. (DTSF) is organizing a special First Friday event on December 9th.

Attorney General Jackley Encourages Cautious Charitable Giving

“South Dakotans are by nature very generous and quick to help those in need. We just ask those who want to give to take some simple precautions to ensure their assistance is being received in the most beneficial way,” said Jackley.

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