Rebecca David

Two Men Spreading Peace One State at a Time

SIOUX FALLS, S.D.- The holiday season is about spreading joy and peace and two out of state men are hoping to bring that message to South Dakotans. It’s a simple gesture touching hands with someone you don’t know and at times it can be uncomfortable, but Manuel Frederick and Andrew Tisba were on a mission to show the community of…

Sioux Falls Families Receive 500 Free Holiday Meals

SIOUX FALLS, S.D.- Around 500 families will not go hungry this Christmas day thanks to three Sioux Falls companies. Five Guys, Taco John’s and Wheel City Auto teamed up with one common goal this holiday season to help families in need. Earlier this morning, 250 meals were each handed out between Taco John’s on East 10th Street and Wheel City…

Concealed Carry Reciprocity: What to Know

SIOUX FALLS, S.D.- If you are a gun owner in South Dakota, you might want to listen up. A new bill passed in the House of Representatives could make it easier to legally carry a concealed gun across state lines. However, before it becomes law there are some things to know about the rule that’s currently on the books. As of…

Someone You Should Know: Teen Using Community Service and Show Performance to Empower Others

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. – An educational organization has sparked a change in a Sioux Falls teenager thanks to a trip he recently took around the world. The experience not only impacted his life but even ignited a career interest he’s long had. From singing for Pope Francis to teaching dance lessons to children in Mexico. July 2017 will be a…

Unloaded Gun & Knives Found In Student’s Backpack

BRANDON, S.D. – The Brandon Valley School District is evaluating school policy after a tense morning at the high school. Two students brought weapons into the school prompting a brief lockdown. Thankfully, no one was put in harm’s way. Brandon Valley High School officials are praising a student for speaking up about another student having a gun in the building. Investigators…

Organization Builds Bikes For Children in Need

SIOUX FALLS, S.D.- Having a bike of their own, is something every child looks forward to getting and riding it around with their friends, but not every child in the Sioux Empire is fortunate enough to have that. However, a Sioux Falls non-profit is hoping to change that this Christmas. On Monday through Friday the inside of Airway Service is…

Borrowed Bucks Roadhouse Tow Truck Sold

SIOUX FALLS, S.D.- The former Borrowed Buck Roadhouse in Sioux Falls wrapped up their two day auction at the Sioux Falls Convention Center today. The bar that closed its doors this past summer started auctioning off their items this weekend. More than four hundred signs and numerous pieces of memorabilia from the bar in Sioux Falls, as well as the…

Sioux Falls Do Holiday Shopping With Children

SIOUX FALLS, S.D.-  Sioux Falls police and around 40 children got into the holiday spirit with a shopping spree. Officers were at both target locations to shop with children of low-income families. The “Heroes and Helpers” event allows children to shop for themselves and their families. Sioux Falls police, the banquet, and Target have teamed up for over 20 years….

What Happens When a Senator Resigns

BROOKINGS, S.D.- The national conversation over allegations of sexual harassment in the political arena has become a hot-button issue. Just last week, Minnesota Senator Al Franken stepped down from his seat when several women came forward. In light of his resignation, we spoke with an expert on how this could change the political climate. It’s this photo from a 2006 USO…

Preparing Your Car for the Winter Season

SIOUX FALLS, S.D.- Sioux Falls police responded to 75 accidents on Tuesday’s first snowfall. As the colder temperatures head towards the Sioux Empire, experts say now is the perfect time to prepare your car for winter. David Zitterich has owned his Auto Care Shop for 2 years now and just today alone, he’s worked on 4 cars, not including the ones…

Local Organization and Business Team up to Deliver Gifts to Families in Need

SIOUX FALLS, S.D.- Around 30 volunteers from the Sioux Falls organization Step Up for Heroes and Billion Automotive brought some smiles to families tonight by delivering some gifts. The gifts for the families were collected by the non-profit organization Sioux Falls Cares. The organization has been providing food, clothing, and necessities to more than 500 families in need every Christmas…

First Snowfall Brings Icy Roads

SIOUX FALLS, S.D.- Cleanup wrapped up this afternoon in the Sioux Empire, as crews worked to clear the roads after last night’s first snowfall. Sioux Falls got a little more than an inch of snow, but that wasn’t the city’s main concern. It’s hard to imagine the streets of Sioux Falls looked like this Monday night, with low visibility and 60…

Breakfast with Santa Brings Hundreds to Great Plains Zoo

SIOUX FALLS, S.D.- Christmas might be a little ways away, but it’s never too early to tell Santa what you want for Christmas. That’s what children and their families did today at the Great Plains Zoo. The annual “Breakfast with Santa” first started out with the kids writing their Christmas wish list. After sharing with Santa whether they were nice…