Author: Carleen Wild

Miller’s Final NBC Call Will Be Third Round of Phoenix Open

He's been on the mic for the network and a lead analyst since 1990

(AP Photo/Eric Risberg, File)Johnny Miller’s final broadcast as NBC’s golf analyst will be during the third round of the Phoenix Open. The network said Wednesday that it will honor Miller during the Feb. 2 broadcast since the final round on Feb. 3 is about crowning a champion. The final round is on the same day as the Super Bowl. Miller,…

Sioux Falls Women Runners Offer Advice for a Better Race

How teaming up with Sanford Power has changed runners times, goals, and confidence

If you need motivation to get out and run, or feel stuck with your current routine of a slow pace just to get out and say you did something, members of an area running group have some sound advice for you. Add some weight training to your day. Not only has Sioux Falls Women Run, a group 2,000 plus strong,…

Wired Wednesday: The Many Ways You’re Being Watched

When it comes to technology, how to take back at least some control of your privacy

Chances are, you are keenly aware we are in a surveillance world today. We are being watched, not only in public via security systems for communities, individuals, and businesses, but just about everything we do online anymore leaves a footprint that can be traced. What started as better ways to advertise has majorly shifted into pretty much all industries, says…

Pushing for 211, Better Mental Health Resources in Moody County

FLANDREAU, SD – “Being a lifelong member of this community and caring about this community, I just wanted to get involved and see if I could help in some small way,” said Todd Sanderson. Sanderson is among thirty local residents, pastors, ag business leaders, and neighbors that meet weekly to try and improve the mental health resources for local farmers, and…

Farming Crisis Hits Home in Moody County

FLANDREAU, S.D. – He was a farmer himself during the farming crisis of the 1980’s and knows the toll it took on families then. It’s why Pastor Alan Blankenfeld of Flandreau isn’t taking his neighbor’s mental health and well-being for granted. He’s helping inspire a movement in Moody County, that may not only save some farms, but also some lives….

Out and About with Kali: Week of January 21

  Tuesday, January 22 – 2019 Vision Board Workshop, Sioux Falls Saturday, January 26 – Citywide Yogathon, Aberdeen Saturday, January 26 – Sioux Empire on Tap, Sioux Falls Sunday, January 27 – Hip Hop Yoga, Sioux Falls Sunday, January 27 – Jazz Brunch, Sioux Falls Categories: KDLT News Today, KDLT News Today Interviews, Local News, News, News Top Story Tags: Events, Kali Trautman, Out and About, Sioux Falls, south dakota

Spearfish Grandmother Faces Felony Child Abuse, Drug Charges

SPEARFISH, S.D. – A Spearfish woman faces felony child abuse and drug charges after authorities say her grandchild ingested methamphetamine while she was baby-sitting the child. Forty-three-year-old Michelle Humann was arrested Jan. 7 after her 2-year-old grandchild began exhibiting unusual behavior. Authorities say the parents took the child to the hospital, where staff determined the child had ingested drugs Police…

Best Way to Get Back on Track with New Year’s Resolutions

Kimberly Henderson with Sanford Profile works with clients year-round who struggle to stay on track with goals they’ve set for themselves. Some of the lessons she’s learned in helping them, she shares in the interview below. Categories: News Tags: 2019, health, Healthy, Kimberly Henderson, Resolutions, sanford profile

Legislative Debate: The Bills to Watch For in Pierre

Our Democratic and Republican insiders weigh in on the issues before state lawmakers

There are still a lot of bills this legislative session yet to drop – meaning, we don’t know all that is coming yet when it comes to the issues before state lawmakers this spring. But as our legislators get back to work in Pierre, here are a few of the things our political insiders say to watch for – both…

South Dakota Businesses Increasingly Targeted by Ransomware

What you need to know to protect yourself

As we become increasingly connected, crooks are finding more and more ways to infiltrate (easily, by the way) our systems. One of our tech experts, Will Bushee, explains why there is a rise in ransomware, how it differs from a virus infecting your technology, that businesses with a lot at stake are being targeted and many in our region have…

Local Travel Experts 2019 Travel Recommendations

While destinations are her specialty, her best advice is this...

Lorie Buss with All About Travel has helped direct countless people to some fun destinations over the years. Check out below, where she says you might want to head in 2019. Also, why she hope to impress more than anything, that you book early if you really want to go anywhere. Categories: KDLT News Today, KDLT News Today Interviews, Local…

Bills to Watch as Legislators Return to Pierre

Legislators are back in Pierre for the 2019 Legislative Session and Tuesday’s State of the State is the first of several big speeches to come. Wednesday is the State of the Judiciary and Thursday, the State of the Tribes. Lawmakers will just begin to look at some of the bills before them – including presumptive probation, nursing home funding, a…

Opioid Addiction Being Fought on New Front

Over 30 percent of the population struggles with some kind of chronic pain. It used to be, pain pills were prescribed. But a nation dealing with the crippling effects of an opioid epidemic is looking for alternatives. And a nationwide Chiropractic Clinic is hoping to help. HealthSource has 350 clinics nationwide that offer chiropractic care, among other services. Its founders…

Out and About with Kali: Week of January 7

Just when you think, ‘there must not be much going on after the holidays,’ Kali Trautman of The Event Company joins us on KDLT News Today with a fun list of events to get you out and about. Wednesday, January 9th –  2019 WILL Summit – Power Up, Brookings Wednesday, January 9th – Yoga Happy Hour, Sioux Falls Thursday, January 10th – Beer On The…

SD Political Pundits Preview 2019 National, State Legislative Sessions

Two of the communities we may see really start to struggle as the government shut down drags on

“Until it really bites or hurts (the general public), things aren’t going to change,” Dave Roetman, a spokesperson for the South Dakota Republican Party, told KDLT News Today Friday morning. Roetman, the County Chair and State Finance Director for the SDRP, was referring to the partial government shutdown, now in its 14th day. Despite a measure passed overnight by the…