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Senior Project Provides Hands On Experience, Takes Two Iowa Teens Back In Time

Two northwest Iowa teens are taking a trip back in time after an old tractor was donated to their high school. In the process of restoring the piece of machinery to its former beauty, the students are getting hands on experience and a history lesson. With just one look, it’s easy to see that this machine has seen better days….

Sioux Falls Police Respond To Record 100K Calls For Service In 2016

Chief Of Police: 'That's certainly a milestone'

The City of Sioux Falls hit a big milestone over the weekend. Sioux Falls Police took their 100,000th call for service; the most they’ve ever seen. KDLT’s Jill Johnson talks with the Chief of Police about how much the calls and the department have grown with the city. “That’s certain ly a milestone for us,” said Sioux Falls Police Chief…

Reducing Prison Sentences: When, How Often Does It Happen?

"It's a once in a lifetime gift": SD Second Circuit Judge Bradley Zell

We updated you last week on the case of a northwest Iowa daycare provider who was sentenced to 100 years in prison for the death of a 3-year-old child in 2013. Nearly a year after she was sentenced, a judge reconsidered. We sat down with Second Circuit Judge Bradley Zell to see when and how often it happens in South Dakota.