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Sioux Falls Business Donating Portion Of Sales To Family Of Homicide Victim

A Sioux Falls restaurant is reaching out after a teenager was gunned down last week. The Barrel House is donating to the family of Riley Stonehouse. A portion of its sales will help pay for funeral expenses. The Barrel House Manager Alicia Severson said, “Every Monday, we take 10 percent of our gross sales and we donate to local charities…

Signature Gatherers Take Advantage Of State Fair

It’s Huron’s busiest weekend. The South Dakota State Fair is in full swing through Labor Day. Each year, the events bring in 200,000 people to the area. And many petition circulators are taking advantage of the crowd. “It’s great exposure, it’s a great place to educate and tell people what we’re doing,” says Melissa Mentele, the director of New Approach…

Gift Cards Stolen from Spink County Church

SPINK COUNTY, S.D. – The Spink County Sheriff is asking for assistance in locating the individual or individuals suspected of stealing from an area church. Law enforcement officials say a “large amount” of gift cards were stolen from the church. Authorities believe the suspects may be trying to sell or bargain with the gift cards. Anyone with information is asked…

Charles Mix County Sheriff Thanks Area Law Enforcement Following Jubal Grant Arrest

From the Charles Mix County Sheriff’s Office: CHARLES MIX COUNTY, S.D. – Sheriff Randy Thaler would like to express his gratitude to the Officer’s and Departments that assisted in the apprehension of Jubal Grant after his escape from the Charles Mix County Jail after assaulting a correctional officer from the Charles Mix County Jail on August 30th, 2017. Jubal Grant…

Hartford Woman Hopes Invention Can Help Harvey Flood Victims

"Shower Towel" is a shower-in-a-towel

HARTFORD, S.D.- In the wake of the natural disaster in the Gulf Coast, people across the U.S. have sent clothes, supplies, food and financial donations to those affected by Hurricane Harvey. One Hartford woman also wants to contribute, with an item that is unlike any other. However, she needs some help to do so. Within the last year, Becky Henning…

Sioux Falls Apartment Complex Hit By Gunfire

Argument over drugs possibly led to gunshot fired

Sioux Falls police are in contact with witnesses of gunfire ringing out at an apartment complex on the city’s southwest side. Police responded to the apartment building near 43rd Street and Westport Avenue for multiple reports from residents of people fighting and gunshots.  Once officers got to the scene, they found evidence that the apartment building had been hit by…

Nurse Arrested Then Released In Utah After Refusing To Give Blood Draw To Police

Local Attorney, Officer Talk Legal Rights In SD

Some disturbing video released this week is taking over social media. The video shows a Utah Nurse being placed in handcuffs after she refused to allow a police officer to draw blood from an unconscious patient. The nurse says the officer didn’t have a warrant or meet the criteria needed for taking blood. She was released shortly after and never…

As Floodwaters Recede, Houston Officials Look To Recovery

Courtesy of NBCHOUSTON (AP) – As floodwaters recede, Houston officials have started turning their attention to finding temporary housing for those in shelters and getting enough gasoline for people to fill up cars. Authorities on Thursday increased the toll of Harvey-related deaths to 39, and the Texas Department of Public Safety said more than 37,000 homes were heavily damaged and…

Canton Police Searching for Missing 16-Year-old Last Seen on Tuesday

Kiernan Jordan was last seen at First Bank and Trust's downtown office just before 3:00 p.m. on August 29, 2017

CANTON, S.D. – Canton Police officers are searching for a missing teenager last seen on Tuesday. Kiernan Jordan, 16, was last seen at First Bank and Trust’s downtown Sioux Falls office just before 3:00 p.m. on August 29, 2017. She was possibly seen getting into a black or dark 4 door car. Kiernan has long brown hair, blue eyes, and…

Inside The World Of Imagenetics: Sanford Health To Open New Building

In 2014, T. Denny Sanford donated $125 million to establish the Imagenetics Program at Sanford Health. Three years later, the 100,000-square-foot building dedicated to the program is almost complete. If the video board on the outside doesn’t get your attention, one step inside the Imagenetics building on 22nd Street and Grange Avenue in Sioux Falls will. The center of the…

UPDATE: Escaped Inmate Taken Into Custody After Standoff

Vermillion, S.D. – A Charles Mix County inmate is back in custody tonight after escaping jail Wednesday.  A standoff at a house in Vermillion involving 19-year-old Jubal Grant ended shortly after 8 p.m. Thursday night. According to Vermillion Police Chief Matt Betzen, around 1:45 p.m. Thursday, a Vermillion patrol officer found a car that had been stolen from Charles Mix County…

Dog Flu Or Kennel Cough? Sioux Falls Vet Says Only One Has Hit South Dakota

Kentucky, Texas, and Florida have all seen recent cases of the Canine Influenza Virus. In the last month, the Dog Flu has spread to the Midwest with eight confirmed cases in Minnesota. It has yet to make its way to South Dakota, vets are seeing similar symptoms. Dr. Mike McIntyre at Sioux Nation Pet Clinic says people get scared when…

At Least One Confirmed Calf Shot In Moody County

Five calves believed to be shot in Grant County in the last two weeks

FLANDREAU, S.D. – The Moody County Sheriff’s Office is encouraging farmers and ranchers to pay close attention to their cattle, after a series of calves appear to have been attacked. Sheriff Troy Wellman says they received a call Tuesday that a calf on a farm in the eastern side of the county had been shot in the back left hip,…