One of 20 communities recognized for its Neighborhood Communities Program
Attorney General Marty Jackley is recognizing the City of Delmont’s Community Watch Group for their recent National Night Out award from the National Association of Town Watch (NATW).
The Diocese of Sioux Falls celebrating 125th anniversary
The state of South Dakota isn’t the only one celebrating 125 years, but the Catholic Diocese of Sioux Falls is as well. And it’s continuing its series of events commemorating 125 years as a diocese, with a first ever “All Catholic Schools Mass.”
2015 SD State Fair will run Sept. 3, through Sept. 7
The South Dakota State Fair has announced its 2015 theme – “Sew It. Grow It. Show It.”
A legislative panel has approved a proposal to allow trained first responders and police officers to carry an opiate overdose antidote to help fight drug fatalities.
Police arrested eight people, including a teen runaway, on drug related charges after they served a warrant at a Sioux Falls home Monday night.
Representatives of Minnesota’s child care industry say a push to fund all-day preschool will make their services more expensive.
U.S. motorists paying the lowest prices since April of 2009.
AAA predicts the national average price for gasoline is likely to slide below $2.00 per gallon before the end of the month. U.S. motorists are already paying the lowest prices since April of 2009.
Attorneys for a North Dakota mother accused of leaving her two young daughters to die in an unheated parked car during a frigid winter day are asking a judge to order a psychiatric evaluation.
A legislative panel has approved a measure allowing the Secretary of State’s office to audit a random sample of voter signatures from statewide candidates’ petitions to get on the ballot.
South Dakota State of Union Reactions
Members of South Dakota’s all-Republican congressional delegation say ideas presented by Democratic President Barack Obama in his State of the Union speech will increase government bureaucracy and hurt the middle class.
Pest Guides For South Dakota Crops
South Dakotans who grow a variety of crops can now access this year’s free pest management guides produced by SDSU Extension and South Dakota State University in Brookings.
Sioux Falls Police investigating second child abuse case of 2015
Every year, more than three million reports of child abuse are made in the United States. And already this year, Sioux Falls Police are investigating two separate cases of child abuse.
A local non-profit organization is hoping to motivate Latina women in Sioux Falls to take charge of their breast health.
KDLT News launches a new and improved website
KDLT News launched a new and improved KDLT.com Tuesday morning. We’ll help you find your way around the new site.
A state legislative committee has approved a bill that would modernize how the Department of Health responds to communicable disease outbreaks in the state.
Two puppies were found tied up in a plastic bag and left to die in a trash can in Yankton Friday night. This is the second time in a week that puppies have been found abandoned in South Dakota. The Sioux Falls Area Humane Society says this doesn’t have to happen. They offer nighttime receiving kennels as a last resort.
Reaching Out Through Different Platforms
Leading up to the State of the Union speech, the Obama Administration has been reaching out through social media in an effort to gain more viewers. But will the strategy work?
Rally's potential draw range from 750,000 to a million people
Public safety and tourism officials across South Dakota are preparing for a potentially record-setting 75th Sturgis Motorcycle Rally.