With my roots and heart in South Dakota, I grew up in Corson, attended school in Brandon, Technical College in Sioux Falls and returned back home to South Dakota seven years ago, after living in Canada for 13 years. I have 2 wonderful children. Throughout the day you may find me behind the mic in the newsroom at 4:30 am, sipping an Americano at a coffee shop while researching a story… and you may catch me having a quick nap outside of school before the bell rings and she picks up her kids. "I love laughing with my kids, grabbing a coffee with a friend, antique shopping, singing along with the radio, and wishing I could fit more to do in my day. I wonder what my kids' lives will be like when they’re adults and am realizing how fast their time goes living at home!"
Gear Up Trial: Hubers Friendship with Westerhuis Family Detailed in Undercover Audio
Describing herself as an employee, Hubers said she was the "Ideal, ignorant employee" who did what Scott or Nicole Westerhuis did without question.
Trial Of Stephanie Hubers: Loyal Employee or Thief?
Opening statements painted differing pictures Stephanie Hubers, who worked for Scott Westerhuis of the Gear Up Program and Mid Central Educational Cooperative.
Hubers Defends Charges in Gear Up, Mid Central Educational Cooperative Money
Testimony is underway in the trial of Stephanie Hubers, former employee of Mid Central Educational Cooperative of Platte, associated with Gear Up.
Flooding Closes Highways, Parks and Roads Near Brandon
Driving between Sioux Falls and Brandon on Highway 11 has become impassable due to flooded waters, however there are may alternate routes set up for weekend travel.
40 Dogs Rescued from Breeding Facility in Iowa
The kennel consisted of three dead dogs and numerous dogs from puppies to older ones found in a malnourished state.
City of Sioux Falls Reacts to Flooding: Bike Paths, City Pools, Sump Pump Reminders
In a response to heavy rainfall and recent flooding, the city of Sioux Falls continues to protect residents with closures and reminders.
Nemesis to Emerald Ash Borer To Be Released in Sioux Falls
While landowners wonder how to save their Ash trees, the South Dakota Department of Agriculture, plans an unleashing the enemy of the Emerald Ash Borer.
Supreme Court Win for Jackley Means More Money for South Dakota
South Dakota sales tax revenues may get a boost due to a new US Supreme Court decision argued by South Dakota Attorney General Marty Jackley.
Falls Park Safety Improvements: New Observation Deck and Signs
The platform would meet the curiosity of visitors who want to get closer to the falls, while remaining in the safe confines of an area with a railing.
Woman Rear Ends Car on I-29, Cited for DUI, Drugs and Paraphernalia
The Lincoln County Sheriff's Department says they responded to a collision where a woman driving her vehicle rear ended another.