Sioux Falls, S.D. – The 2017 lineup for JazzFest will be announced this afternoon at the Washington Pavilion in Sioux Falls. Stay with KDLT News for the latest. JazzFest will be held at Yankton Trail Park from July 13-15. Last year was a record breaking year for JazzFest with more than 130,000 people attending the three-day event. 2017 will mark…
Author: Katie Haffeman
In 2013, more than 700 were bicyclists killed and an estimated 48,000 injured in motor vehicle traffic crashes in the United States. But a new law in South Dakota might just help lower that number, while keeping cyclists safe out on the road.
Cancer has a major impact on society in the United States and across the world. And it’s a burden that millions of people carry every day. But one Fort Pierre girl is trying to ease that load by spreading hope, one bag at a time.
South Dakota’s agriculture industry is facing a number of challenges with the rail network. But recent legislation may be getting the $25.6 billion industry back on track.
Fireworks season has officially kicked off. With less than a week to go until the Fourth of July, hundreds of people across the Sioux Empire are stocking up on their favorite sparklers.
It’s been five days since straight-line winds tore through the town of Garretson and community members are still working hard to remove trees and debris.
Hundreds of people enjoyed good food and music this evening, while helping out an organization that’s fighting to end hunger in South Dakota.
Uber is “evolving the way the world moves.” But city rules may be preventing the ride-sharing service from launching in Sioux Falls.
It’s been less than 48 hours since straight-line winds tore through the city of Garretson. But Tuesday, the outpouring of help and support from other communities is helping the small town recover.
A Sioux Falls woman is putting her strength to the test by competing on NBC’s “American Ninja Warrior.”
Dixie Lemme was crowned Ms. Wheelchair South Dakota in January. And since she took the title and crown, she’s been preparing and raising money for the Ms. Wheelchair America Competition this summer.
Suicide is the second leading cause of death among teens and young adults in South Dakota and one non-profit organization wants to do something about it.
It’s been more than two months since a Brandon house fire claimed two lives….including a volunteer firefighter. The community continues to rally around the victims’ families.
Nearly 16,000 people in South Dakota are living with Alzheimer’s. And one Sioux Falls woman is determined to decrease that number.
It’s been almost a week since the Santee Sioux Tribe in Flandreau approved the sale and distribution of marijuana on tribal lands. And now other Indian tribes in South Dakota say it could be a possibility for them in the future.
The divide on legalizing marijuana has grown, not only nationwide, but also in South Dakota. Late last week, the Santee Sioux Tribe in Flandreau came to a decision and approved the use and sale marijuana on the reservation.
Speeding past emergency vehicles is an everyday occurrence on South Dakota highways. And authorities are concerned about the number of people disobeying the state’s “Move over Law.”
Sioux Falls Police dealt with a fair share of biting incidents this weekend.
Local law enforcement officials have released numbers from a saturation patrol conducted Saturday.
Wind and water lovers capped off yet another successful windsurfing event in Southwestern Minnesota Sunday. It was the final day of competition at the 16th Annual Windsurfing Regatta in Worthington.