City of Sioux Falls Flooding: Bike Paths, Pools, Sump Pumps
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.
Ellsworth Chosen for New Long-Range Anti-Ship Missile
The military has chosen Ellsworth Air Force Base and its B-1 bombers for a new missile. The planes based there will now be carrying long-range anti-ship missiles.
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.
FBI Warning Travelers Not to Let Your Guard down While Flying
The FBI is warning of a serious federal crime that's on the rise nationwide - sexual assaults while aboard airline flights.
Hey Alexa - Welcome to the New Way of Banking
Is the future of personal banking named Alexa? Your financial options are now available on home assistants such as Alexa, Siri or Google Home.
Clothing You Should Never Wear to Work during the Summer
With summer arriving on June 21, it's time to break out the summer wardrobe - but be careful because not everything in your closet is suitable for the office.
Minnesota State Fair Announces New Fair Food for This Year
Even though the Minnesota State Fair is still a couple of months away, fair officials have announced this year's lineup of new foods available this year.
Local Mother and Daughter Team Named Volunteers of the Month
Congratulations to Linda and Lori Heberling on being named the June Volunteers of the Month. Linda and Lori have been volunteering at Lunch Is Served since 2014.
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.
Crooks Library Now Has a Children's Area Thanks to a Local Scout
Thirteen year old James Cruse recently completed his Eagle Scout Badge by leading a service project to build a children's area onto the Crooks library.
Woman Rear Ends Car on I-29, Cited for DUI, Drugs, Paraphernalia
The Lincoln County Sheriff's Department says they responded to a collision where a woman driving her vehicle rear ended another.
Governor Daugaard Appoints Sioux Falls Area Citizens to Boards
South Dakota Governor Dennis Daugaard has appointed several Sioux Falls area residents to serve on a number of state boards.
Sanford Children's Hospital Taking Part in Cutting-Edge Research
Seven children’s hospitals across the United States, including Sanford Children's in Sioux Falls, are collaborating to perform cutting-edge pediatric care.
Miss South Dakota and Outstanding Teen Crowned
Miss South Dakota 2018 and Miss South Dakota Outstanding Winners were crowned last weekend in Hot Springs, South Dakota.
Rapid City Man Charged in Shooting Death of Keystone Resident
Police say they have made an arrest in connection with a fatal shooting in Keystone, South Dakota.
Free Theater Performances at McKennan Park in Sioux Falls
Opera South Dakota Presents The Bremen Town Musicians. The family friendly performance tells the story of a rooster who wants to sing in the opera.
Vote for this South Dakota Teen's Duck Tape Tux
Let's show some South Dakota support for one of our own and help Brenten Bartels get enough votes for a $10,000 scholarship.
Elder Abuse Round Table Scheduled with Attorney General Jackley
Protecting our elderly loved ones and neighbors is the focus of a South Dakota wide teleconference.
South Dakota Maintains AAA Credit Rating
Governor Dennis Daugaard says by sticking to a conservative budget, South Dakota continues to benefit from the highest rating possible from Fitch.