SIOUX FALLS, S.D. - School is almost back in session throughout the Sioux Empire, but sadly not every family can afford school supplies. Every year, The Banquet conducts Project: SOS, a…
Imagine losing almost everything you own in a fire and having no way to replace it. That was the reality for one man in western Sioux Falls. But,…
Samuel Miller Denton, 9, has battled Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia since he was twenty-two month old. Dancing, particularly ballet is what Sammy yearns to do. His mother, Kelly, said it's also his…
On Christmas Eve, a fire truck pulled up to Sanford Children’s Hospital. On Saturday, however, it was acting as a reindeer-less sleigh. Sioux Falls Fire Rescue delivered Santa…
Friday's tragedy in Downtown Sioux Falls struck a chord with many, and the community is beginning to come together to support the families and businesses affected.
Milk is one of the most requested, but least donated items at the Sioux Falls Food Pantry. But, inventory is going up in a big way thanks to the generosity of thousands of people.
Last month KDLT News was contacted by a man who said he wanted our help. He told us he wanted to share his wealth with others, but he did not want any credit. He's hoping his generosity will inspire others.
A few special Christmas trees are now on display in Sioux Falls. Today, boys from McCrossan Boys Ranch decorated "Trees of Hope" at Hyvee on Minnesota Avenue, Dakota Sports and Scheels.
KDLT-TV is teaming up with area businesses for their 29th annual Coats for All coat drive. Make a dramatic difference in thousands of lives this holiday season by simply donating some warm, winter clothing.
The Good Samaritan Society installed around 100 new devices in homes around the most at risk area.
Hundreds gathered at Howard Wood Field to take a climb of 110 flights to remember the 343 firefighters who died in the buildings of the World Trade Center on 9/11.
For a kid who loves sports, playing in college can be a goal they hope to achieve.That dream is being fulfilled for one Sioux Falls teen who's faced hardships that have kept her off the court.
The Helpline Center is South Dakota's leading organization for suicide prevention and response, and their services are essential to many people in our communities.
They felt rebuilding their home of over thirty years was what they had to do as Russ said they have “too many friends” in town.
At the one year mark, Mayor Gunnare said she hopes their community will be back to what it once was.
Former Student Body President, Sami Zoss, said students on campus will miss the woman who instantly loved anyone wearing a Coyotes T-Shirt.
One year later, her page has raised over $33,000 and on Sunday, she's going to New York with her family to start a series of surgeries.
"The National Campaign to Stop Violence issued essays to school-aged kids and they asked them “What's the number one problem that kids face today?” The kids spoke out and they said bullying is huge,” said McClurkin.
"We've kind of centered it on birth, death and renewal. We feel Delmont is at it's renewal stage,” said Grosz.