KDLT News Today Interviews

Easy, Cool Treats for Those Hot Summer Days

As summer temperatures heat back up, most of us are looking for fun ways to stay cool. Dietitian Lizzie Kasparek with Sanford Sports Science Institute offers up some of the easiest ways to stay refreshed and hydrated, and it’s all pretty good for you to boot!   Categories: KDLT News Today, KDLT News Today Interviews, Local News, News, News Top…

Business Owners Beware, Email Scams Targeting You are Rampant

If you are a business owner, we’ve got a term that might be helpful you learn: Business Email Compromise. Criminals are finding any way they can to steal our money, our identities, and our livelihoods. It’s amazing how easy it can be, if we let them. Dr. Ashley Podhradsky, an Associate Professor of Information Assurance and Forensics with Dakota State…

Downtown Businesses Prep For ‘Crazy Days’ Summer Sale

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. – It’s practically Black Friday in July. Each year, Downtown Sioux Falls businesses pull out all stops for the ‘Crazy Days’ summer sales. This year is no different. 26 businesses have deals for you to choose from. Whether it’s a discount on a pair of running shoes, or a few bucks off your dinner and drinks, there…

Celebrating 35 Years of South Dakota Magazine

Editor highlights why she remains so dedicated to what has been the mission of the publication since it's inception

Katie Hunhoff’s father, Bernie, started South Dakota Magazine when she was just in the first grade. Years later, now at the helm, Katie couldn’t be more proud of the work she and her team are doing. Sharing stories about South Dakota and the people and places here remais her passion. And it shows. We also talked with Katie about a…

Why You Shouldn’t Keep the House

A financial consultant's best advice for those going through a divorce

There are some incredibly important life and financial lessons those who have been through a divorce, especially with kids, will share. Among them, protect your assets. To do that, however, you may have to do some things you feel are counterproductive. Christina Lynn, of Lynn Financial, has learned this all too well, having gone through the process herself. One of…

The Biggest Concern for South Dakota Farmers Right Now

Former state Ag Secretary Walt Bones talks about shifting priorities for farmers as we move through seasons

Regional growers hit hard by harsh conditions and flooding earlier this year are doing their best to take things as they come – day by day. It’s actually, what farmers have always tried their best to do, given so much of their work is at the mercy of the weather. But Mother Nature has been particularly tough on South Dakota…

Political Pundits Discuss Epstein Arrest, Borglum Announcement

Thoughts from the SD GOP and Dems on recent events this July 9

Dave Roetman, the State Finance Director for the South Dakota GOP and Aaron Matson, the Communications Director for the state Democratic Party,  discuss some of the bigger political issues before voters both on the state and national level. This week, they look at the national Fourth of July celebration and the fallout, the arrest of Jeff Epstein and political implications,…

Easy, Delicious Desserts to Take to Any Picnic

Staci Perry of Random Sweetness Baking showcases some great treats for the 4th of July

Chances are, you’ve got some fun and festive summer gatherings coming up with family and friends! If not this weekend, soon. And if you’re not really sure what to take to the party, Staci Perry of Random Sweetness Baking brought some ideas along when she visited the KDLT News studio that’ll have everyone asking for more! (or the recipe!) Speaking…

What the Next Generation of Farming May Look Like

Upcoming summit on agriculture in South Dakota to focus on where we go from here

The future of farming will be a major focus for this year’s Governor’s Agricultural Summit in South Dakota. The conference kicks off Thursday, July 11 in Sioux Falls. Lorrin Naasz with the state Ag Department talked with Carleen Wild of KDLT News Today about why it matters state growers and producers are part of this conversation and what anyone might need to…

4 Ways to Look Like a Million Dollars on a Budget

Financial consultant Christina Lynn shares her secrets to great style

Don’t have a ton of money to update your wardrobe? No problem. In fact, most of our closets could use an overhaul. And Christina Lynn of Lynn Financial shares her four best kept secrets for looking stylish without breaking the bank. Categories: KDLT News Today, KDLT News Today Interviews, Local News, News Tags: Budget, Christina Lynn, Lynn Financial, wardrobe

Profile Talks Healthy Summer Snacks & Easy Playground Workouts

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. – It can be so tough during these busy summer months to think about quick and healthy snacks. But when you’re on the go, eating healthy becomes even more important. Kimberly Henderson, a certified Profile coach joined us in the KDLT Kitchen to talk summer snacks and the importance of getting active. Categories: Health, KDLT Kitchen, KDLT…

“You’re Not Alone”

Resources Available for Veterans with PTSD

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. – South Dakota Governor Kristi Noem declared June 27th ‘Post Traumatic Stress Injury Awareness Day.’ The day is meant to reflect on the causes, symptoms, and treatment of post traumatic stress. Dr. Kari Leiting, a Clinical Psychologist and PTSD Coordinator at the Sioux Falls VA, joined us this morning with to talk what options are available for…