South Dakota Lyft Driver with Kidnapping Conviction Gets Approval
A Mitchell man convicted of two felonies of kidnapping and attempted murder 26 years ago has earned city council approval to drive a cab for ride-provider Lyft.
How Much Money Do You Have to Earn in Order to Achieve Happiness?
Have you ever wondered how much money it would take to be happy - I mean REALLY HAPPY? Is there a point where your happiness actually starts to drop? There is.
Nominations Being Accepted for Spirit of Volunteerism Awards
Do you know of someone who gives of their time without expecting anything in return? If so, nominate them for this year's Spirit of Volunteerism Awards.
'Peace' Symbol Turns 60
An iconic symbol of peace turns 60 years old today (2/21) - the peace sign.
South Dakota Found to Be One of the Least Sinful States
When it comes to states with all-around good people, you won't find many better than South Dakota. WalletHub has determined we're one of the least sinful states.
Menno Concerns Over Alleged Threat
A group of about 40 parents from the Menno school district met with school officials about and a student who they say was threatening fellow students.
Sioux Falls Spreads Hot Stuff on City Roads
Have you ever wondered what goes down on Sioux Falls City Streets after the roads have been cleared of snow? It depends on where you are.
Former Mayor Rick Knobe Endorses Jolene Loetscher For Mayor
Former Mayor and KSOO Talk Show Host Rick Knobe has come out in support of Jolene Loetscher and her bid to become Sioux Falls' next mayor.
New Volunteer Opportunities are Available in Sioux Falls
The Helpline Center of Sioux Falls is out with its list of new volunteer opportunities - and there are some good ones this week.
So How Do You Plan on Celebrating Hoodie Hoo Day?
What? You don't know what Hoodie Hoo Day is? It's the one day each year when I get to go outside, yell at the sun and make a complete fool of myself.
Lincoln County Sheriff Thanks Motorists During Icy Commute
While emergency responders provided life-saving measures, law enforcement was grateful for the way other motorists responded.
A woman from the Midwest was scammed out of a half a million dollars. She’s not alone according to Jessie Schmidt from the Better Business Bureau.
Processed Foods and Cancer - Could There Be a Connection?
Friday morning (2/16) we were visiting with Deb Jersey about processed foods and what affect they have on our bodies. Following is the study we made reference to.
First 9-1-1 Call Made 50 Years Ago Today (2/16)
It seems like 9-1-1 emergency service has been around forever, when in actuality it's only been part of our everday lives for 50 years - 50 years ago today.
South Dakota Number One, Happiest State
An organization has ranked every state in the union and found that South Dakota indeed is the happiest state in America.
Two Rescued from Second Story Windows in Sioux Falls Fir
Sioux Falls Fire Rescue used their life saving skills to rescue two people hanging from their second story apartment window while smoke filled their exit route in downtown Sioux Falls.
Salmonella Warning in South Dakota
The recall of Fareway Chicken Salad began in Iowa yesterday (February 14) and has expanded today to South Dakota, as well as Illinois, Minnesota, and Nebraska.
I Don't Care What You Say, Almond Milk Is Not Milk
I don't know if I'm becoming lactose intollerant or what, but here recently milk and I haven't been getting along. So try almond milk someone says - OMG!!!
Helpline Center Signing up Participants for Its 'Day of Service'
Go ahead and mark Friday March 23 on your calendar. That's the day the Helpline Center will be holding its 'Spring Into Service - A Day of Volunteering.'
South Dakota Ag in the Classroom Program Being Re-Launched
Thanks to the Sioux Falls based organization Ground Works Midwest, the Ag in the Classroom program is re-launching across the state of South Dakota.