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3 Ways to Improve Your Heart Health While at Work

Trisha Dohn of Well 365, a workplace wellness company, hears it all the time from her corporate clients. They struggle to find ways to stay motivated themselves, let alone their teams, to get in shape, stay in shape, and move…

Wired Wednesday: Is Your Computer Spying On You?

Can someone turn on your computer's webcam without you knowing it? Absolutely, according to tech expert, Will Bushee. All web browsers, including those on your phone, can enable the camera and microphone just by going to a webpage. While on…

GOP, Dem Pundits Weigh In On Hemp, Short Session

Few, if any other states have as short a legislative session as South Dakota's. There is a lot of work to be done and issues to be weighed during only a 40 day time period. Why such a short stint…

Out and About with Kali: Week of February 18

A Bird Box Challenge that might intimidate you only if you don't like to get messy when you're decorating cake, a week of comedy and Barre class with puppies - what else could you ask for as we greet another…

Watching Snow Fall, Not Grades

ESTHERVILLE, IA - Sometimes when snow falls, so do students grades. One district in Northwest Iowa isn't letting students fall behind, despite mother nature's greatest efforts. KDLT News Today went to Estherville to find out more on the 'virtual snow…

GOP, Dems Talk Empty Bills, Free Speech on Campus

Vehicle bills, or bills without any meaningful content, are introduced each year in the state legislature, so seeing some in the annual line-up is not out of the ordinary in Pierre. But are there more this year than usual? And…

Fit Chic's Valentine's Day Treats!

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. - Valentines day is tomorrow, and love is in the air! Many times we want to get that special someone in our lives a sweet treat, but that isn't always the healthiest option. However, Annie 'Fit Chic'…

Sioux Falls Day At The Legislature

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. - Over one hundred Sioux Falls business leaders loaded up on buses this morning to talk to lawmakers in Pierre. For the 35th year, the Sioux Falls Chamber of Commerce has spear-headed 'Sioux Falls Day at The…

Protecting Your Children From the Rise in Online Porn

As concern grows over not only the amount of time our children may be spending online, but as well the access to potentially harmful materials such as porn, cyber experts want to remind parents they have more control over the…

Valentine's Day Homemade Chocolate Hearts

From oysters to chocolate and a lot of other foods in-between, it's not difficult to stir up something delicious up for your sweetie this Valentine's Day. Even if you're going low-carb, there are still some easy options, according to Chef…

Out and About with Kali: Week of February 11

From a Valentine's Day Party for Kids to a week-long celebration of the season called Frost Fest in Brookings, there is a little something for everyone this week in eastern South Dakota. Check out what Kali Trautman with The Event…

Hy-Vee Fights Hunger In Sioux Empire

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. - You might not be able to see it yourself, but hunger is an issue that impacts nearly every community in the Sioux Empire. According to Feeding South Dakota,…

O'Gorman Industrial Tech Program Gets Makeover

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. - The shop and industrial tech programs at O'Gorman High School have gotten quite the make-over. Due to low class enrollment and no instructor, classes were cancelled last year. The shop turned into a storage space, and…

Fit & Fashionable with CPM Fitness and Athleta

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. - If you've been slacking on your new years resolutions, or haven't started, it's not too late to right the ship. CPM Fitness and Athleta have teamed up to get you fit, and look great while doing…

Inside South Dakota Politics: Week of February 5

There are a lot of bills in this year's legislature that the Democratic Party and GOP have not been all that far apart on. There is a need, legislators know, to come together on issues like the nursing home crisis,…

Out and About with Kali: Week of February 4

Hearty Midwesterners rarely let the weather stand in the way of getting out when there is something fun or interesting to do. And this week, again, there is no shortage of events to check out. Kali Trautman of The Event…

Win Big With This Spread at Your Super Bowl Party

Stuck on what to feed the guests this weekend as you gather for the big game? Or, just plain tired of the same old thing you've always made? Give these fun and easy, comfort sandwiches a try. The combination of…

Out and About with Kali: Week of January 28

The forecast may keep a lot of us indoors, and rightly so, early this week. But after that arctic blast passes, it will be nice to have some fun things to get out and celebrate. Especially, for the kids. And…

Long Idled Iowa Tyson Plant Reopening Under New Owners

CHEROKEE, Iowa — An idle meat-processing plant that closed in 2014 in northwest Iowa will reopen this week with new owners. Iowa Food Group has hired about 35 people initially to work at the plant in Cherokee, Iowa, and plans…

Dems, GOP React to Noem's Budget Address

Governor Kristi Noem is looking to the state legislature to approve a nearly $1.7 billion budget for the 2020 budget year, something she outlined in her address before lawmakers on Wednesday at the state capitol. The request includes $54 million…

School Zone: DSU Students Prep For 'Global Game Jam'

MADISON, S.D. - Creating a video game from scratch can take months or even years to do, but could you imagine doing it in 48 hours? Oh yeah, without any breaks either? That's what lies ahead of the students at…

66th Annual Sioux Empire Livestock Show Underway

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. - For the 66th straight year, farmers have flocked to the Expo Center on the W.H. Lyon Fairgrounds. The 'Sioux Empire Livestock Show' kicked off last night and continues throughout the week. Producers and farmers from throughout…

Wired Wednesday: The Many Ways You're Being Watched

Chances are, you are keenly aware we are in a surveillance world today. We are being watched, not only in public via security systems for communities, individuals, and businesses, but just about everything we do online anymore leaves a footprint…

Out and About with Kali: Week of January 21

  Tuesday, January 22 - 2019 Vision Board Workshop, Sioux Falls Saturday, January 26 - Citywide Yogathon, Aberdeen Saturday, January 26 - Sioux Empire on Tap, Sioux Falls Sunday, January 27 - Hip Hop Yoga, Sioux…

Mitchell CTE Students Prepare For ProStart Invitational

MITCHELL, S.D. - It's safe to say culinary students at the Mitchell CTE Academy know their way around the kitchen. In 2018 the group took home top honors in the 'culinary division' at the South Dakota ProStart Invitational. ProStart is a…

Legislative Debate: The Bills to Watch For in Pierre

There are still a lot of bills this legislative session yet to drop - meaning, we don't know all that is coming yet when it comes to the issues before state lawmakers this spring. But as our legislators get back…

"Just Buy The Ticket"

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. - A few of us have had the opportunity to travel around the world, but very few can say they've done so for 20 months straight. However, Sioux Falls resident Paul Ryen did just that, and now,…

Out and About With Kali: Week of January 14

While January can often seem like a slow month when it comes to events and getting Midwesterners back outdoors after the holidays, Kali Trautman with The Event Company offers no shortage of fun places to visit and things to do…

Local Travel Experts 2019 Travel Recommendations

Lorie Buss with All About Travel has helped direct countless people to some fun destinations over the years. Check out below, where she says you might want to head in 2019. Also, why she hope to impress more than anything,…

Fly Boy Donuts Gear Up For Glazed Donut Day

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. - If you're a fan of glazed donuts, you'll be excited about the next two days. Saturday, January 12th, is National Donut Day. Flyboy Donuts is a local donut shop that's been around since 2014. Even though…

Could a Coach Help You Better Manage Your ADHD?

Alex Hey knows the challenges of living with ADHD, he was diagnosed at the age of 20. What he's learned since, he's hoping to share with others as a certified ADHD and life coach. Hey is in the process of…

Johnson to Defer Pay During Shutdown; Not Rounds, Thune

PIERRE, S.D. (AP) - South Dakota Republican U.S. Rep. Dusty Johnson says he's deferring his pay while the federal government shutdown is in effect. Johnson was the only member of South Dakota's delegation to say he won't take pay during…

Fitness Apps to Keep You On Track in 2019

The sheer volume of fitness apps available in the marketplace can be overwhelming, if not expensive - even for the most seasoned and technologically savvy athletes among us. Which is why it's always helpful to get a little insight into…

Bills to Watch as Legislators Return to Pierre

Legislators are back in Pierre for the 2019 Legislative Session and Tuesday's State of the State is the first of several big speeches to come. Wednesday is the State of the Judiciary and Thursday, the State of the Tribes. Lawmakers…

Opioid Addiction Being Fought on New Front

Over 30 percent of the population struggles with some kind of chronic pain. It used to be, pain pills were prescribed. But a nation dealing with the crippling effects of an opioid epidemic is looking for alternatives. And a nationwide…

Out and About with Kali: Week of January 7

Just when you think, 'there must not be much going on after the holidays,' Kali Trautman of The Event Company joins us on KDLT News Today with a fun list of events to get you out and about. [gtxvideo vid="Kc719894"…

Wired Wednesday: Why So Many Are Donning This Dotted Suit

Best-selling app creator, Carla White, bravely wore a tight-fitting black and white polka dotted suit Wednesday on KDLT News Today to explain what she says has become a somewhat unintended fitness trend. [gtxvideo vid="W3XGxUfN" playlist="" pid="GmT2rpoq" thumb="//content.jwplatform.com/thumbs/W3XGxUfN-120.jpg?cachebust=1546443975663" vtitle="Wired Wednesday ZoZo…

Kick Start Your New Year Resolutions

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. - Many of us have resolutions to be healthier in the new year, but don't know where to start, or overwhelm ourselves right away. Sanford Profile Coach Kimberly Hendersen stopped by to give us a few recommendations…

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