Author: Simon Floss

School Zone: Student Filmmakers Gear Up For Theatrical Release

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. – It’s not usual to hear of high school students creating a full-length film. However, Jack Unruh, Cole Anderson, and Eddie Unruh have broken the mold. Jack and Cole co-directed ‘Slick Trigger’ for Jack’s senior project at Tea High School. “This is something that everyone has to do for a career they want to go into and…

Live Well: Eating Healthy at Work

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. – Finding time to eat well during the work day can be tough. Between meetings, appointments, and other work commitments it’s easy to be unprepared to sit for a few minutes with a healthy, well-portioned sized meal. Before you head to the vending machine, hear what Trisha Dohn has to say about eating healthy at work. Categories:…

Suspect, Victim Identified in Weekend Stabbing

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. – The names of the suspect and victim in a fatal weekend stabbing have been released. Christopher Lee Adams allegedly stabbed Ronnie Jerome Baker after a verbal altercation turned physical. The two had been drinking for several hours, according to authorities. The incident took place at Adam’s home, near West 9th St. and North Evergreen Drive, at…

School Zone: Teaching Peace and Conflict Resolution at West Central

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. – Peace and conflict resolution. They’re subjects that aren’t taught in your every day curriculum, but are incredibly important to learn. Today and tomorrow, students at West Central High School are getting a first hand lesson. Allison Sturma from the United States Institute of Peace flew out to teach students how they resolve conflict and promote peace. The…

“Entrepreneurship Day” Declared in Sioux Falls With Help From 1 Million Cups Event

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. – It’s a special day for the Sioux Falls business community. Mayor Paul TenHaken declared March 6th “Entrepreneurship Day” in Sioux Falls. A driving force behind that decision is the success of one program that’s still going strong after five years. The Sioux Falls business community is strong and tight knit–but five years ago that wasn’t the…

6 Days Left For SD Lawmakers

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. – The 2019 legislative session is drawing to a close. Lawmakers have debated bills calling for the legalization of industrial hemp, free speech on college campuses, funding for nursing homes, and many more. Democratic Party Executive Director Sam Parkinson and GOP Finance Director Dave Roetman discussed where various bills currently sit, how they think things might pan…

‘OneLink’ Connects Citizens to City

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. – The only way you used to be able to report a problem to the city was calling and waiting for a fix. “To us, innovation is really taking an old problem and finding a new solution for it. There was nothing really as old as potholes and snow removal,” said Director of Innovation and Technology for…

‘Reverse John Operation’ Leads To Prostitution Arrests

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. – Two men are behind bars after a reverse prostitution operation. A ‘Reverse John Operation’ led to the arrest of David Alan Cleveringa, a 53-year-old man from Sioux Center, Iowa. 55-year-old Kevin Gene Van Beek from Inwood, Iowa was also arrested. The two face charges of hiring for sexual activity. Sioux Falls Police will continue to carry-out…

Sioux Empire Home Show Kicks Off

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. – Although it doesn’t feel like it, remodeling and construction season is right around the corner. If you’re in the market to rebuild, remodel, or just spruce up your home, there’s plenty of inspiration inside the Convention Center this weekend. The Sioux Empire Home Show kicks off today and runs throughout the weekend. Over 240 vendors come…

Chris D’Elia Coming To Sioux Falls

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. – One of the most popular comedians in the country is coming to the Orpheum. Chris D’Elia is bringing his ‘Follow The Leader’ tour to Sioux Falls. You may recognize him from the NBC comedy series ‘Undateable,’ his Netflix special ‘Man on Fire,’ or his weekly podcast ‘Congratulations with Chris D’Elia.’ He has also made appearances on…

Watching Snow Fall, Not Grades

ESTHERVILLE, IA – Sometimes when snow falls, so do students grades. One district in Northwest Iowa isn’t letting students fall behind, despite mother nature’s greatest efforts. KDLT News Today went to Estherville to find out more on the ‘virtual snow day’ that’s taken over the school system.     Categories: Education, KDLT News Today, KDLT News Today Interviews, Local News,…

Sioux Falls Day At The Legislature

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. – Over one hundred Sioux Falls business leaders loaded up on buses this morning to talk to lawmakers in Pierre. For the 35th year, the Sioux Falls Chamber of Commerce has spear-headed ‘Sioux Falls Day at The Legislature.’ The day gives business owners and employees the chance to talk one on one with elected officials, sit in…