Justin Wulf

Sioux Falls Native Shares SoCal Wildfire Experience

“You step outside, and everything around you is cooking,”

LOS ANGELES CO., Calif. – Multiple wildfires continue to rage in Southern California, chewing up thousands of acres along the way. And a Sioux Falls native in the path of the flames says she might be joining the thousands who have already had to evacuate. Erin Radke lives in Brentwood, just a couple miles from where a viral video of flames…

UPDATE: Escaped Inmate Taken Into Custody After Standoff

Vermillion, S.D. – A Charles Mix County inmate is back in custody tonight after escaping jail Wednesday.  A standoff at a house in Vermillion involving 19-year-old Jubal Grant ended shortly after 8 p.m. Thursday night. According to Vermillion Police Chief Matt Betzen, around 1:45 p.m. Thursday, a Vermillion patrol officer found a car that had been stolen from Charles Mix County…

Veterans Return Home From Midwest Honor Flight

SIOUX FALLS – Eighty-five veterans from South Dakota, Iowa and Minnesota boarded a plane Tuesday for a trip that brought them full circle. The group left Sioux Falls Regional Airport at 6 a.m. for the “Midwest Honor Flight.” The flight took the former service members to Washington, D.C. to visit war memorials built in their honor. The group visited Arlington…

Suspect Apprehended After Attacking Wagner Officer With Taser, Officer Released From Hospital

Officer Flynn suffered a back injury Friday night during an altercation with Jubal Grant Jr., 18

UPDATE: WAGNER, S.D.- The Wagner Police Department reports Officer Flynn has been released from the hospital. Officer Flynn suffered a back injury Friday night during an altercation with a suspect. The officer was attempting to arrest Jubal Grant Jr., 18, around 6 p.m. Friday in the Gus Stop gas station parking lot. Police say Grant fought with Officer Flynn and…

Someone You Should Know: Twin Brothers In Television

KDLT's Jack Eble and WCBI's Tom Eble growing through brotherly bond

Over the last year and a half, KDLT viewers have gotten to know one of our reporters, Jack Eble. He’s shared stories of growing up in Florida and made his love of basketball very well known. But here’s what you might not know – Jack has a twin named Tom. And Tom just so happens to also be a television…

Kenny Anderson Jr. To Announce Bid For Sioux Falls Mayor

Former city council member making announcement Friday

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. – The race for Sioux Falls’ next mayor is getting crowded. Former city council member Kenny Anderson Jr. confirmed Wednesday night that he is holding an event on Friday, where he is expected to announce his bid for mayor in 2018. The announcement will be made at the Bakery on N. Main Ave. in downtown Sioux Falls…

SDSU Men Repeat As Summit League Champions

Jacks edge Omaha 79-77 at Premier Center

Sioux Falls, S.D. – The Jacks are dancing once again. Behind a monstrous night from sophomore Mike Daum, the South Dakota State men captured their fourth Summit League basketball crown in six years with a 79-77 win over Omaha Tuesday at the Premier Center. Daum, the Summit League Player of the Year, poured in 24 of his game-high 37 points…

Michael Flynn Resigns As National Security Adviser

WASHINGTON (AP) National security adviser Michael Flynn has resigned after reports he misled Trump administration officials about his contacts with Russia’s ambassador to the U.S. Flynn’s departure less than one month into the Trump administration marks an extraordinarily early shakeup in the president’s senior team of advisers. Flynn was a loyal Trump supporter throughout the campaign, but his ties to…

SFPD Investigating Armed Robbery

Suspects describe as slender white men between 6'0" and 6'2"

SIOUX FALLS – Sioux Falls police are searching for two men involved in an armed robbery Monday night at a west side business. Police say just after 8 p.m., two white men walked up to an employee at a business in the 2400 block of S. Carolyn Ave. and demanded cash. One of the men showed a weapon. Police say…

Judge Orders Mental Capacity Report From Berget’s Counsel

Death row inmate dropped appeal of death sentence in September

SIOUX FALLS – There are new developments in the case of a South Dakota death row inmate. A judge has ordered Rodney Berget’s counsel to submit a report about whether he is mentally disabled. Last September, Berget chose to waive his right to appeal his death sentence for the 2011 killing of corrections officer Ronald Johnson. Berget’s counsel advised against…