Jerry Dahmen, a native of South Dakota, is News Director of KXRB Radio. Jerry is one of broadcasting's most honored journalists having earned over 100 major news and community awards, including the coveted George Foster Peabody Award and 3 national Edward R. Murrow Awards. Jerry is also the author of 2 best selling books featuring individuals throughout the country who have overcome adversities. The "I Love Life" program has been broadcast for 35 years and includes over 1,600 guests.
Sioux Falls Doctor Responds to Flu Outbreak
Dr. Jennifer McKay, Avera Internal Medicine Physician, says this year’s flu is affecting a lot of people.
Four Sioux Falls Teens Arrested on Attempted Robbery Charges
Sioux Falls Police Department Public Information Officer Sam Clemens says four teens were arrested on attempted robbery charges early Wednesday morning.
Murder Suspect Manuel Frias Arrested After Standoff in Nebraska
KDLT reports Manuel Frias, the murder suspect in a Jan. 5 double homicide in Sioux Falls, was captured Tuesday night in South Sioux City, Nebraska.
Sioux Falls Grandparent Victim of Scam, Sent $20K
A Sioux Falls grandparent got scammed out of thousands of dollars
Sioux Falls Drug Deal Goes Bad, Shots Fired
The Sioux Falls Police Department says a Saturday drug theft in southwestern Sioux Falls ended up with gunshots being fired.
Message From Sioux Falls Fire Marshall On Cold Weather
Sioux Falls Fire Marshall Dean Lanier offers suggestions to residents that are warming their homes with a fireplace or space heater---in light of the frigid temperatures.
I Love Life: Woman of Faith Raised By Witches
As a youngster, Teresa Peratt lived with a family of witches.
Sioux Falls Robbery Suspect Assaults Victims
The Sioux Falls Police Department was dispatched to a robbery Sunday night near West 12th Street and South Western Avenue
Thieves Steal Unlocked Vehicles With Keys in Ignitions
Sioux Falls Police say seven vehicles were stolen in a short time period this week.
Police Asking Public for Information On Shooting Suspects
Sioux Falls Police are asking the public's for help in locating Manuel Frias and Marie LeClair, two suspects wanted in connection with last Friday's homicides.