Author: Jacob Cersosimo

Sioux Falls Food Tours Exposes People to Businesses

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. – “We like to feature small businesses and local grown products,” said Sioux Falls Food Tours Owner Dana Wohlwend. When Sioux Falls Food Tours does their Downtown Tour they take their customers to four to six businesses. Whether that be a brewery, a coffee shop, or just a regular downtown restaurant, they give their customers a full…

Sioux Falls Haunted House Prioritizes Safety Before Scary

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. – “Every one of our actors has to go through safety training, I don’t care if they’ve been here 10 years or they’re brand new,” said Jaycees Feargrounds Project Director Brandon Callenius. That’s the mentality of Feargrounds Project Director Callenius. The haunted house takes the word safety just as serious as the word scary. Inside there are…

NCAA Starts Process of Paying Student-Athletes

VERMILLION, S.D. – On a given Saturday in the fall up to 5,500 fans could pay to watch the USD Coyotes play in the Dakota Dome. Those Student-Athletes aren’t getting paid, but in the next couple years they could be. The NCAA Board of Governors’ decision is something USD Head Football Coach, Bob Nielson, said he saw coming. “I thought that…

Zombie Walk Takes Over Downtown Sioux Falls

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. – The 14th annual Zombie Walk took place in Downtown Sioux Falls this weekend. Saturday, hundreds of people dressed up as zombies and took to Phillips Avenue. The Parade started at three but participants could get their make-up done at noon. The make-up started with a white layer, then onto veins and life-like wounds. Founder of the…

Hundreds Show Up For DTSF Trick or Treat

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. –  Hundreds of kids and over 30 businesses participated in this year’s Downtown Sioux Falls Trick or Treat, but those kids weren’t getting that candy unless they said those three simple words, trick or treat. Kids in costumes took over the sidewalks along Phillips Avenue in Downtown Sioux Falls today. All hoping to get an early start…

Jackrabbit Students Camp Out Ahead of College GameDay

BROOKINGS, S.D. – College GameDay doesn’t start until 8 o’clock Saturday morning, but for students and South Dakota State, events like this don’t happen often. That was there motive to stay overnight at the set of College GameDay. SDSU student Max Erickson said, “I enjoy College GameDay, I wanted to be a part of the atmosphere and being front row…

Soldiers Return to SD After 10 Month Deployment

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. – “One of the best feelings I’ve had in a long time,” said Cody Paulson of the South Dakota National Guard 147th Field Artillery. Coming home from a 10 month deployment overseas has Paulson feeling his best. Over 100 South Dakota Army National Guard Soldiers were welcomed home at Lincoln high school today, and the emotions were at…

SDSU Students Guess College Gameday’s Guest Picker

BROOKINGS, S.D. – Every Saturday the crew of ESPN College Gameday picks who they think will win the game they’re at. There’s always a guest picker who joins the show, and it’s usually a celebrity affiliated with the school. ESPN says the guest picker could be announced on social media any time between now and Saturday, but sometimes they don’t…

College Gameday in Brookings: Things You Want to Know

BROOKINGS, S.D. – Authorities in Brookings are gearing up ahead of College Gameday’s arrival this week, and there are a few things they want you to know. There will be no alcohol allowed at the College Gameday set the morning of the show. The Brookings Police Department said Madery Avenue will be closed between 8th Street and 11th Street during the event….

“Gonna Get Wed” Prepares Brides for the Big Day

SIOUX FALLS S.D. – The Gonna Get Wed Bridal Showcase was today at the Sanford Premiere Center The event is meant to be a one-stop shop for all your wedding needs. Over 80 vendors attended the event, from catering and jewelry to DJ’s and dresses, there was a vendor for everything. Director of Gonna Get Wed, Kari Black, says the event…