Interviews

Why You Need a Better Password (and How to Manage Them All)

You know you should have different passwords for different internet sites. But are you aware the best passwords to have are not just words - they're now phrases? Katie Shuck explains why, and some other important developments in the hopes…

Pushback - or No Problems for Noem?

When it comes to pheasant habitat, or movement on the Keystone XL Pipeline in South Dakota, there are frustrations that perhaps not everyone that should have been at the table on those conversations, was. At least that's opinion of Sam…

Creating a World Without Type 1 Diabetes

Not only can juvenile diabetes be difficult to treat in and of itself, but new studies show a growing number of side effects can result for those living with the disease. [gtxvideo vid="ZHVyMTLb" playlist="" pid="GmT2rpoq" thumb="//content.jwplatform.com/thumbs/ZHVyMTLb-120.jpg?cachebust=1555076137989" vtitle="JDRF One Sioux Falls…

Out and About with Kali: Week of April 8

Predictions are for some rough weather ahead this week. You'll want to keep the umbrella and the snow boots handy to get out and soak up what these upcoming events, many of which are Easter-related, have to offer! Kali Trautman…

Beauty of National Parks Then and Now Showcased in New Book

Paul Horsted is passionate about both history and photography. And he's truly created a unique niche for himself in both our region and across the nation with his work, seeking out the precise locations other historic photos have been taken,…

PBR Tour Set To Take Over The Denny

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. - For the fifth year, professional bull riders, and bulls, will take over the Denny Sanford Premier Center. The PBR Tour kicks off Friday. 35 of the best bull riders in the world will be competing against…

Addressing an Epidemic of Sexual Harassment

"It went fantastic. The staff were so involved, it was a pretty fantastic experience," said Matt Hastad, CEO of Remedy Brewing in Sioux Falls. The business just held the first ever sexual harassment recognition training this week in Sioux Falls…

Cheese & Ice Cream Festival Coming To Strawbale Winery

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. - South Dakota is well known for it's beef and pork production, fields of corn, soybeans, and sunflowers, but not necessarily dairy. An upcoming new event aims to shed some light on a growing industry in our…

Out and About with Kali: Week of April 1

It's April, it's warming up and it's time to get back out there and explore all the region has to offer if you've spent the last five months in a mild form of hibernation! The Event Company's Kali Trautman was…

Avoiding Prolonged Sitting

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. - Despite all the warnings and push to get moving, we still sit a lot of the day. Too much sitting takes a toll on our bodies, minds, and overall health. Profile Coach from Sanford Profile Kimberly…

Political Pundits on Veto Day, Mueller Report

While session may be over for South Dakota legislators in 2019, there is still plenty to discuss on the national front. Our pundits Sam and Dave also weigh in on Veto Day, recently held in Pierre. [gtxvideo vid="uWLlZDyL" playlist="" pid="GmT2rpoq"…

Tickets For 6th Annual Cattleman's Foundation Gala On Sale

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. - The South Dakota Cattleman's Foundation and Feeding South Dakota have once again teamed up to fight hunger. For the sixth year, they'll be hosting the 'Cattleman's Foundation Gala and Concert' on June 22nd, and they've booked…

A Trip That Could Change Everything

Only a handful of students nationwide ever get this opportunity. The 6th annual Women in Cyber Security (WiCyS) Conference kicks off Thursday in Pittsburgh. The best and brightest in their fields from industry, government, and academia will be there. And…

Cyber Security Students Look Forward to "Trip of a Lifetime"

They know the experience is unique and rare. But Dakota State University students also know their professors wouldn't want them anywhere else. A group of eight students left Sioux Falls Regional Airport Thursday morning alongside professors and CybHER co-founders Dr.…

4 Signs You Have a Credit Card Addiction

Christina Lynn of Lynn Financial says she sees this all the time - people who don't mean to get into trouble using their credit cards, but the debt quickly and easily turns into a bigger problem than anyone ever imagines.…

Take These Safety Precautions in Flood-Stricken Areas

While it may not appear an emergency to many throughout the Sioux empire because they just haven't been affected, there are thousands impacted by the ongoing spring flooding. Avera's Director of Community Partnerships, Micki Lundin, joined Carleen Wild on KDLT…

Out and About with Kali: Week of March 25

Professional development on your list of to-do's in 2019? There are a couple of events for women and budding photographers this week along with a great event to check out the latest latte art and fine dining when it comes…

South Dakota Farmers Brace for Further Impact of Floods

The hits just keep coming for many in agriculture right now. Between the ongoing trade war, lower prices for commodities, livestock losses through a tough winter and now in many areas, historic levels of spring flooding, there is grave speculation…

Why a Local Entrepreneur is Embracing Failure

While it's important to share secrets of success when talking about life and business, one local entrepreneur is hoping a conversation about failure will be equally, if not more insightful. Chelsea Tracey, owner of Chelsea's Boutique in downtown Sioux Falls…

Fit Chic: Benefits of Celery Based Diets

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. - There are so many fads and trends when it comes to finding the right diet for you. Whether it's keto, paleo, or intermittent fasting, it always seems like someone is trying something. A popular diet for…

2019 Legislative Wins and Losses for South Dakota

The 2019 Legislative Session wrapped up early this past week, due in part, to a massive winter storm bearing down on the state. With the weather dominating the headlines since, we've heard little about the biggest and perhaps most interesting…

Out and About with Kali: Week of March 18

College planning, beer and cookies, a lesson in planting succulents, and a fun daddy/daughter date caught event specialist, Kali Trautman's eye when she was planning out her segment this week! Check out some of the fun events happening throughout the…

Live Well: Eating Healthy at Work

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. - Finding time to eat well during the work day can be tough. Between meetings, appointments, and other work commitments it's easy to be unprepared to sit for a few minutes with a healthy, well-portioned sized meal.…

Prepping For St. Patrick's Day Weekend

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. - This weekend is one of the busiest of the year in Sioux Falls. Businesses, restaurants, and citizens go all out for St. Patrick's Day weekend. One of the biggest attractions is the St. Patrick's Day Parade.…

What Facebook's New Privacy Efforts Mean for You

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg recently announced he is rethinking the company’s approach to social media, and is promising better protections for consumer privacy. "A Privacy-Focused Vision for Social Networking" includes a plan that will rely largely on encrypting conversations, merging…

"It's the Funniest Show to Make You Cry"

Director Robin Byrne tells KDLT News Today that one of the reasons he is so excited about the production of Steel Magnolias, is his own personal connection to the storyline. One of the main characters lives with Type 1 diabetes.…

Snow Days With Simon: Cross Country Skiing

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. - We started a new segment about a week ago because winter wasn't going anywhere. That hasn't changed. With this cold, snowy, and as of late, rainy weather not going anywhere, you've got to find ways to…

The Best Way to Handle Those Unfinished Taxes

If you hate doing taxes and put it off until the last minute, you're not doing it right, says personal finance expert, Christina Lynn, of Lynn Financial. The biggest mistakes she says people make include people not understanding the fees…

Out and About with Kali: Week of March 11

St. Patrick's Day celebrations help kick off and end this week, can you believe it's already here? Bundle up for this weekend's parade! And enjoy all of the festivities throughout the region between now and then. Kali Trautman with The…

Why It's So Hard to Control Portion Size

So often we are focused on getting the most for our money, that we don't realize sometimes less might be a better option. Such remains the case with food in America. But bigger isn't always better, especially when it comes…

3 Areas to Watch for Future Growth in Sioux Falls

There are few places you go right now in and around the Sioux Falls region where development isn't underway on either commercial or residential development. Longtime Sioux Falls City Planner, Mike Cooper, outlines some of the more interesting areas to…

Beat Winter Blues at Sanford Wellness Center

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. - Governor Kristi Noem named the month of March Adult Nutrition Month. Along with the right diet, exercise is key. However, it can be tough to find motivation to get up and moving during the winter months,…

3 Takeaways for Parents from "Momo Challenge"

Some call it a concerning "Challenge" targeting our children. Others say the only ones falling for it are overprotective adults and there's really nothing to it. Regardless, the Momo Challenge continues to appear on countless social media feeds worldwide, and…

Nominations Being Accepted for Local Volunteer Awards

There are an incredible number of people throughout the Sioux Empire who volunteer their time and expertise to help wherever they can. It's rare these people are recognized for their work, most actually don't want attention brought to what they…

6 Days Left For SD Lawmakers

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. - The 2019 legislative session is drawing to a close. Lawmakers have debated bills calling for the legalization of industrial hemp, free speech on college campuses, funding for nursing homes, and many more. Democratic Party Executive Director…

Out and About with Kali: Week of March 4

It may be ridiculously cold and snowy, but put that full-body parka on and your heartiest pair of winter boots and get out there! Here are just a few of the fun events scheduled this week in our region! Thanks,…

Snow Days with Simon: Snowshoeing

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. - Winter can suck. We know. But life is what you make it! There's a lot of fun to be had during the frigid winter months. We're starting a new series called 'Snow Days with Simon,' where…

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