Who's Ready for Some 'Redneck Housewives of Alabama'?
Here's the story Chad and Beth were talking about on the Main Street Cafe. You knew it was just a matter of time before something like this reared its ugly head.
Time for This Week's Edition of 'What's Happening'
Addie and Kali from The Event Company stopped by the Main Street Cafe to visit with Chad and Beth about some of the fun Halloween events happening this week.
Time to Do Some Fall Cleaning When It Comes to Your Smartphone
They're called Zombie Apps, those apps on your smartphone that you no longer use but still have installed. They could be doing you more harm than good.
Unwelcome Guest Started Mobile Home Fire in Northwest Sioux Falls
A man who had been a guest at a home near 17th and Melrose place was asked to leave and retaliated by setting fire to the home.
South Dakota Rolls Out the Orange Carpet for Pheasant Hunters
Blaze orange is sweeping across the South Dakota this weekend for the 100th pheasant hunting season.
National Get Smart About Credit Day
How much do you know about credit? Today is a good day to learn a little more. It's National Get Smart About Credit Day (October 18).
Thanks for All the Fond Memories Mr Spinney, You Will Be Missed
It's the end of an era for Sesame Street. The man behind Big Bird and Oscar the Grouch since the very beginning is stepping down.
I-229 Crash: Woman Wanted to Harm Self, Baby
Police say thoughts of suicide were the motivating factor behind the crash on I-229 at the Minnesota Avenue, where Police found a woman and her baby.
Knoxville, Tennessee Falafel Store Named Nicest Place in America
When it comes to being friendly, no one does it better than Yassin’s Falafel House in Knoxville, Tennessee. The store has been named the 'Nicest Place in America.'
Brookings Schools Open Again after Threatening Student Located
School is back in session as normal on Wednesday (October 17), after a threat of violence prompted officials to close the entire district Tuesday (October 16)
Charges Result from Crash at I-229 and Minnesota Avenue
Law enforcement has closed the on-ramp from Minnesota Avenue onto Northbound traffic on I-229.
Hand Sanitizer versus Soap and Water, Which Is Better?
If you have kids, you might want to stock up on hand sanitizer. According to a new study by the American Academy of Pediatrics, hand sanitizer works best.
Congratulations Gary Pierson, October's Volunteer of the Month
Because of everything he does with Active Generation's Workers On Wheels program, Gary Pierson of Sioux Falls has been named October's Volunteer of the Month.
People's Choice Winner Announced for SculptureWalk Sioux Falls
The annual SculptureWalk People’s Choice award has been announced and we can bearly stand it!
Tuesday's MegaMillions Drawing to be Second Largest Ever
Tuesday night's MegaMillions drawing is expected to top $654 million, the second-largest MegaMillions ever, and the fourth largest of any drawing in history.
Sioux Falls Police Briefing: More Stolen Guns, Downtown Stabbing
Police provided information about a stabbing during a vehicle theft attempt, and many items stolen from unlocked cars throughout the city, including handguns.
This Week's 'What's Happening' with Addie and Kali
Kali with The Event Company stopped by the Main Street Cafe this morning to visit with Chad & Beth about some of the events going on in the area this week.
What I've Learned as a First Year Band Mom
This year has been a blast and a learning curve. Who knew that there was a whole band culture for students and their families to learn?
No More Ditching Work at Starbucks Because of a Sick Kid
Starbucks is offering all of its U.S. employees a new benefit. The company is now offering subsidized backup care for children or adult family members.
Five People Caught with Drugs in Sioux Falls Thanks to Tip
The Sioux Falls narcotics crime unit followed up on tips that lead to bags of drugs, paraphernalia, a mysterious syringe, and five arrests.