Fire Brothers Fireworks in western Sioux Falls has already made half of the revenue they expected to make.
Brad Sorum was put in charge of the job and testified that he was unaware there were regulations set by the Board of Historic Preservation, and didn’t know that those rules differed than city zoning rules.
'Hood Magazine's latest issue is all about making birthdays extra special whether the birthday girl or boy is turning six or 16.
Customers will immediately notice how different Aldi is compared to any other store before evening stepping a foot inside.
The state Board of Regents has given early approval to rules governing the sale of beer and wine at special events hosted at South Dakota's public universities.
The murals on the Corn Palace tourist attraction in Mitchell will stay in place a year longer than planned.
A massive fire at Titan Machinery has rendered the building a total loss according to KMSD Radio in Milbank.
With one of the lowest unemployment and tax rates South Dakota’s economy is out-performing the rest of the nation, and Senator Mike Rounds says we have a hard-working and diversified work force to thank.
DocuTAP, a Sioux Falls-based company that provides healthcare technology for urgent care, has sold a majority stake to Warburg Pincus, a global private equity firm focused on growth investing.
Andy Jorgensen owner of Fire Brothers Fireworks, plans to turn a vacant, old barn with a leaky roof into a drive-thru style, firework pickup, but it wasn't an easy task.
The East Side Plaza in Sioux Falls is getting a $1.5 million upgrade over the next year.
After a string of vandalisms in his parking lot, the owner of a used car dealership in Sioux Falls says he is struggling to keep his business afloat. But he is getting some help, thanks to the community.
South Dakota is pressing for out-of-state companies to collect state sales tax on online purchases with a lawsuit against several remote retailers based on a law passed during the 2016 legislative session.
ALDI will open the doors to its new Sioux Falls store on Thursday, May 12.
Darrin Smith has been named the new president and CEO of the Washington Pavilion. Smith formerly served on the Sioux Falls City Council and is currently the Director of Community Development with The City of Sioux Falls.
Augustana University has received a $1 million donation toward a student activities center, a science building and an endowment to support athletics.
Changes to security at the Denny Sanford Premier Center are scheduled to start April 30. KDLT News will be getting a preview of how the new equipment works and the new policies and procedures going forward.
More Kmart stores are closing nationwide, including two stores in South Dakota. Sears Holdings announced today that the company will close 68 Kmart and 10 Sears stores this summer.
The 820-acre Industrial Park on the northwest part of Sioux Falls is officially underway. The Sioux Falls Development Foundation, along with other city and state leaders, broke ground on Foundation Park Tuesday morning.
Thanks to an alarm company, Sioux Falls Police was able to catch a burglary suspect just minutes after the attempt took place.
The Sioux Falls Post Office will host a three-day job fair to assist applicants in attaining postal employment.
Work is close to wrapping up on a $1.3 million highway bypass at Sturgis, months ahead of schedule.