SIOUX FALLS, S.D. - Mark-O surprised students at Lowell Elementary with hundreds of cupcakes today. Students at the school used to get a cupcake on their birthday, but not longer do. That issue…
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.
"As stories started coming out, we were like, Oh my Gosh, this is actually a terrorist attack,” said Jensen.
Congenital Heart Defects, or CHDs, are the most common birth defect among newborn babies in the United States. The American Heart Association says one in every 125 newborns is affected by at least one of twenty-five different types of identified CHDs.
Law enforcement is telling people don't drive unless in an absolute emergency situation because they say it's going to get worse before it gets better.
BRANDON, S.D. - Friday night we're continuing our KDLT Cares series. About two months ago, we were contacted by a man who said he wanted to give back without receiving any of the credit. We've already distributed portions of his…
KDLT employees dropped off 429 lbs of food to Feeding South Dakota Wednesday morning. The food was donated by people who took part in KDLT's Great Toy Giveaway.
Veterans at the V.A. Medical Center had some Christmas cheer delivered Friday.
As part of their KDLT Cares Initiatives, KDLT is once again giving viewers the opportunity to win some of the hottest toys of the season, and put food on thetables of those in need at the same time, with The Great KDLT Toy Giveaway!
The Children’s Home Society serves children who are going through hard times at home. The Sioux Falls location homes 98 children and the Black Hills location holds nearly 70 children.
KDLT- TV is teaming up with area businesses for their 28th annual coat drive. In previous years it was known as “Coats for Kids” but the reality is, many adults are also going without warm winter coats in our community. So this year, we're gathering "Coats for All."
Come out to the Sioux Empire Fair Friday and Saturday and meet the KDLT News Team! We'll be playing bean bags, taking pictures and handing out lots of prizes!
There's a rare opportunity coming up Friday to help save lives and satisfy your sweet tooth at the same time. The "Pint for a Pint" blood drive is happening tomorrow in Sioux Falls where you can get a free pint of ice cream from dairy queen on us for donating a pint of blood to the Community Blood Bank.
A donations management center has opened today (Wednesday) in Delmont to help residents impacted by the May 10 tornado that destroyed a major portion of that town.
More than 42,000 South Dakotans live with Type 1 or Type 2 Diabetes and that number continues to climb. That’s why Diabetes research is now more important than ever.
As part of our KDLT Cares initiative, some of the KDLT crew stopped by local businesses and organizations and surprised people with roses courtesy of Flowerama in Sioux Falls.