Author: KDLT Staff

Professional Bull Riders Return to Sioux Falls

Why one of our own has a whole new level of respect for the sport, as the PBR gets set to come out of the gate

It is a big weekend in the Sioux Empire for rodeo fans as the Professional Bull Riders Tour returns to the Denny Sanford Premier Center. Scheduled to ride are the top 35 bull riders in the world and as the dust settled on prep work ahead of the opening event, PBR professionals gave KDLT’s Simon Floss the chance to get…

If You’ve Ever Considered Fostering a Child – Why Now May Be the Time

There is an incredible need right now in South Dakota for foster families, and that need most likely won’t go away anytime soon. Ondrea Patzlaff, Community Based Services Program Director at Children’s Home Society, talked again with KDLT ahead of an upcoming Open House to help educate interested families on the issue. There are hundreds of kids in South Dakota…

SDSU Men Looking Ahead After NCAA 1st Round Loss to Ohio St

BOISE, I.D. — Though disappointment of yesterday’s 81-73 NCAA Tournament loss to Ohio State will last quite a while for the SDSU men’s basketball team. There’s a very good chance they could make the Big Dance for a fourth straight time next year and get another shot at an upset. The South Dakota State men’s basketball program are becoming regulars…

One of the Most Popular Wild Game Dishes

Easy to make and delicious is what fans say, in preview to this year's Pheasant Fest

  A big part of this weekend’s Pheasant Fest & Quail Classic in Sioux Falls is going to be the food. And Game, Fish & Parks’ Chris Hull was in the studio with a preview of both the event and one of his favorite all-time classic pheasant recipes that any of us can make at home. Join tens of thousands…

“Healthy” Foods Aren’t Always What They Seem

Great advertising can cause fear in the grocery aisles, where it counts to look for certain claims

Know what you’re really spending money on, is the message Charlotte Rommereim wants consumers to know. For those who spend extra to make sure food is without added chemicals or growth hormones, often labeling can be misleading as many foods already prohibit the additives. Rommereim spoke with KDLT on behalf of South Dakota Soybean Research and Promotion Council and the…

Wired Wednesday: Olympics Hacked

What we can all learn from the Opening Ceremonies in PyeongChang

Will Bushee, author of Wired for Coding, Vice-President of the data mining company Bright Planet, and co-founder of Code Bootcamp of South Dakota was in studio to talk about what happened, the problems it caused, and how easily it can be done. Categories: KDLT News Today, KDLT News Today Interviews

Benefits Of Mediterranean Diet

If you’re looking for a heart-healthy diet and a great option to help you lose weight, the Mediterranean diet may be exactly what you need. Only, this isn’t your typical “diet,” it’s a lifestyle. Tiffany Kroger, a registered dietitian with Sanford Cardiovascular Institute, joined us in the studio to explain. MORE OF A LIFESTYLE THAN A STRICT DIET What the Mediterranean…