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KDLT | December 16, 2018
FARGO, N.D. — KDLT’s Zach Borg was in Fargo for the FCS Semifinals between SDSU and NDSU. Hear from players and coaches after SDSU’s season comes to a heartbreaking end in the hands of NDSU. Categories: College Sports, Colleges – South Dakota State, Sports, Sports Top Story T...
KDLT | December 16, 2018
SIOUX FALLS, S.D.- Airway Auto Service in Sioux Falls usually fixes cars. On Dec. 15th they switched from four wheels to two as they helped build special presents for kids this Christmas. Tyler Knight is working hard building bikes. “You know it’s a different experience. You know when I ...
KDLT | December 16, 2018
  SIOUX FALLS, SD- No matter if you call it cornhole or bags, this game has turned into one of the fastest growing sports in the country, especially in South Dakota “It’s actually being featured on ESPN. They have a national tournament every year. There’s several national tour...
KDLT | December 16, 2018
SIOUX FALLS, S.D. —  In high school basketball the Girls Pentagon Classic featured 10 games Saturday. One of them between #1 O’Gorman and #1 Hopkins, MN. Click on the video viewer for highlights! Categories: High School Sports, Sports, Sports Top Story Tags: Girls’ High School Ba...
KDLT | December 16, 2018
Sioux Falls, SD—On ugly sweater night there was nothing ugly about the Stampede’s play as the Herd scored six times in a 6-1 rout of the Green Bay Gamblers before 6,125 at the PREMIER Center. The win completed the weekend sweep of the Gamblers and gave the Stampede a perfect 3-0-0 record during ...
KDLT | December 16, 2018
COLUMBIA, Mo.—South Dakota women’s basketball takes home its second AP Top 25 victory of the season after knocking off No. 22/24 Missouri 74-61 inside Mizzou Arena on Saturday afternoon.   The Coyotes (10-1) entered the year 0-5 all-time against teams ranked in the AP Top 25, but now boast ...
KDLT | December 16, 2018
MITCHELL, S.D. – Despite getting out to an early 23-16 lead, the No. 1 Dakota Wesleyan University women’s basketball team dropped its’ first game of the season to No. 3 Concordia University, 82-68 Saturday at the Corn Palace in Mitchell.   Senior guard Rylie Osthus (De Smet, S.D.) opened ...
KDLT | December 16, 2018
SIOUX FALLS, S.D. — Starting off a two-game NSIC home series, the Augustana men’s basketball team made a statement on Saturday afternoon at the Sioux Falls Arena. The Vikings locked in a pair of career performances and shot 62% in the second half for a 91-76 win over Minnesota Crookston...
KDLT | December 16, 2018
  RENO, Nev. — South Dakota State men’s basketball pushed No. 7 Nevada to the brink Saturday evening, but fell short of a top-10 upset in a 72-68 setback at Lawlor Events Center. The Jackrabbits are now 9-4 on the season while Nevada moves to 11-0. Skyler Flatten was one of three Ja...
Mayor TenHaken gives quick update on Facebook | KELO
KELO | December 15, 2018
SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (KELO.com)-- Mayor Paul TenHaken posted an update on Facebook Friday about what has been done in the last couple of weeks.  In the video, he says "one of the big things we got on Tuesday night at the council meeting was the second reading of our ambulance contract which was aw...
Stabbing in downtown Sioux Falls | KELO
KELO | December 15, 2018
SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (KELO.com) -- Officers were called to East 8th St. and S Fairfax Ave Saturday morning around 9:55 a.m for a stabbing. An argument between two people landed one person in jail and one headed to the hospital. Courtney Provancial was arrested for aggravated assault and false...
Names released in fatal I-90 rollover | Argus Leader
Argus Leader | December 15, 2018
Two women died in a fatal one-vehicle rollover four miles east of Mitchell on Dec. 11 Lisa Shippy and Darcy Constant were pronounced dead on scene.         
1 hurt, 1 arrested in stabbing Saturday in downtown Sioux Falls | Argus Leader
Argus Leader | December 15, 2018
The victim was taken to a hospital for non-life-threatening injuries after the stabbing Saturday morning.         
KDLT | December 15, 2018
SIOUX FALLS, S.D.  —  Click on the video viewer to watch the 6:00 PM KDLT Sportscast for Saturday, December 15th, 2018! Categories: Sports, Sports Top Story Tags: KDLT Sportscast, Sportscast
KDLT | December 15, 2018
SIOUX FALLS, S.D.-Students are using Legos to put their science, technology, engineering and math skills to the test. For the last 20 years nationally and 10 years in South Dakota, kids have been participating in the “FIRST LEGO League.” It’s a robotics program for kids ages 9 to 1...
KDLT | December 15, 2018
MITCHELL, S.D. – Two women from Mitchell have been identified as those who died Tuesday night in a one-vehicle crash east of Mitchell. A third person, a 17-year-old female from Mitchell, was seriously injured. They were the only ones involved in the crash. A 2005 Chevrolet Trailblazer was westboun...
KDLT | December 15, 2018
SIOUX FALLS, S.D. – Sioux Falls Police say Courtney Provancial has been arrested for Aggravated Assault and False Impersonation to deceive Law Enforcement following an investigation into a Stabbing near downtown Sioux Falls. Officers were called the the area of E. 8th Street and S. Fairfax Ave...
KDLT | December 15, 2018
SIOUX FALLS, SD-  More than 750 children in the Sioux Falls area received a free pair shoes or mittens, thanks to Goodwill stores. The annual Goodwill Shoe and Mitten Party helps provide shoes for kids between the ages of 5-12.  Donations were collected from October to the start of December.   M...
KDLT | December 15, 2018
YANKTON — (from Sen. Rounds’ office) U.S. Sen. Mike Rounds (R-S.D.) today presented the Bronze Star Medal to Yankton resident Mrs. Lucille Mjoen on behalf of her late husband, World War II veteran Private First Class Gilbert Mjoen. The Bronze Star was awarded to Mjoen for meritorious achieve...
KDLT | December 15, 2018
YANKTON, S.D. (from SD National Guard) – The South Dakota Army National Guard held a deployment ceremony for nearly 115 Soldiers with Bravo Battery, 1-147th Field Artillery Battalion and the 147th Forward Support Company in Yankton, Dec. 15. The units are departing for an eight month deployment wi...
KDLT | December 15, 2018
ABERDEEN, S.D. (AP) – The Aberdeen Area Humane Society hopes to raise at least $1 million for a new shelter and outdoor facility. The current shelter was built in the 1980s. Manager Elaine Schaible says the standards of care for animals have changed. Annie Stenvig, president of the humane soci...
KDLT | December 15, 2018
RAPID CITY, S.D. (AP) – South Dakota’s state fire meteorologist is part of a coalition using satellite technology to notify fire managers when fuels are abnormally dry. Darren Clabo collaborating with colleagues from NASA and other scientific agencies to create a tool called Fire Risk Es...
KELO | December 14, 2018
SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (KELO.com) -- Six-year-old Jackson Horsted has one of the rarest diseases on the planet--SALLA. Fewer than 200 people have it and of those only about a dozen live in the United States like Jackson. The disease primarily affects people who live in Scandinavian countries. For such a ...
Saturday is Salvation Army Match Day! | KELO
KELO | December 14, 2018
Here's the best way to turn a 20-dollar bill into a 100-dollar bill. This Saturday, December 15, every $20 bill donated to the Salvation Army during the Twenty Dollar Challenge a generous donor will donate an additional $80 making that donation a total of $100. Marcie Prestley of the Salvation Army ...
South Dakota State University researcher is discovering new ways to destroy cancer cells | KELO
KELO | December 14, 2018
BROOKINGS, S.D. (KELO.com) -- A South Dakota State University researcher is discovering new ways to destroy cancer cells that develop resistance to multiple chemotherapy drugs. “Chemotherapy is the most common treatment for cancers,” explained Assistant Professor Surtaj Iram of the Depar...
Dell Rapids Lions Club makes donation to Christmas for our Kids | Argus Leader
Argus Leader | December 14, 2018
Christmas for our Kids helps those less fortunate during the Christmas season.         
Lynx compete in Throwback Classic | Argus Leader
Argus Leader | December 14, 2018
Girls win, boys lose against Yankton.         
Whitney: Ready to shake things up, Augustana rolls dice on Division I | Argus Leader
Argus Leader | December 14, 2018
After months of speculation, the school is hurtling forward with eyes on the Summit League.         
Argus911 Twitter: The best tweets of 2018 | Argus Leader
Argus Leader | December 14, 2018
2018 is the year of memes, tide pods, and donkeys in distress on the @Argus911 Twitter account.         
Beryl Bauman, 90 | Argus Leader
Argus Leader | December 14, 2018
Beryl's daughter, Marla Hawes, lives in Crooks.         
Woman who helped set up January drug rip that turned fatal sentenced | Argus Leader
Argus Leader | December 14, 2018
The judge considered the facts that Habben didn't call 911, didn't render aid and didn't turn herself in immediately in her sentencing.         
Quarrier Corner: Middle school students give generously | Argus Leader
Argus Leader | December 14, 2018
Christmas For Our Kids is organized by a dedicated Epsilon Sigma Alpha (ESA) sorority.         
Prairie Doc: Getting the proper amount of Vitamin D | Argus Leader
Argus Leader | December 14, 2018
We have become more aware of the importance of enough vitamin D, which our bodies manufacture when rays of sun come in contact with our skin.         
Noem: The farm bill protecting America's food supply | Argus Leader
Argus Leader | December 14, 2018
The 2018 Farm Bill is a step forward securing a safety net for America's food supply.         
Daugaard: Sharing the joy and peace of Christmas | Argus Leader
Argus Leader | December 14, 2018
Searching for Santa as a child.         
S.D. sheriff has certification revoked after making 'inappropriate' comments | Argus Leader
Argus Leader | December 14, 2018
Marshall County Sheriff Dale Elsen has had his law enforcement certification revoked after admitting to making sexually explicit comments in front of deputies and an inmate.         
Jesus is our Prince of peace | Argus Leader
Argus Leader | December 14, 2018
We must hurry to find Jesus in His Word and on our knees in prayer.         
Wishing everyone a Merry Christmas | Argus Leader
Argus Leader | December 14, 2018
Celebrate Christmas feelings all year long.         
Accused sheriff-elect to take office with restricted duties | Argus Leader
Argus Leader | December 14, 2018
The sheriff-elect of Roberts County will be sworn into office next month but will have his duties restricted as a criminal case against him proceeds.         
Man dies in Baltic industrial accident Thursday | Argus Leader
Argus Leader | December 14, 2018
Mark Warkenthien, 35, from Sioux Falls died in a work-related accident near Baltic Dec. 13. OSHA is investigating the investigation.         
Forbes rates South Dakota as top place to visit in 2019 | Argus Leader
Argus Leader | December 14, 2018
The Mount Rushmore State was one of 14 places across the country recommended by travel experts and influencers.         
Ney: 3 reasons why you should support local small business | Argus Leader
Argus Leader | December 14, 2018
It’s not the megastores that make our community. It’s businesses like Josiah’s Coffee, Roll’n Pin, and Dakotaland Manufacturing.         
Viral tweet asks Marvel Studios for Avengers movie showing at Afghanistan U.S. Army base | Argus Leader
Argus Leader | December 14, 2018
Come this spring it'll be the first time the Lincoln High School grad won't attend a Marvel movie premiere.         
South Dakota agriculture leaders press Sen. John Thune on issues | Argus Leader
Argus Leader | December 14, 2018
South Dakota agriculture leaders gathered on Friday to bend the ear of U.S. Sen. John Thune on issues facing South Dakota residents.         
Sioux Falls Police: Robbery tied to accidental gun discharge | Argus Leader
Argus Leader | December 14, 2018
Police say an apartment robbery led to an exchange of a gun that accidentally discharged and sent pellets down to the apartment below.         
Police: 8 Sioux Falls locations received false bomb threats | Argus Leader
Argus Leader | December 14, 2018
Police say eight Sioux Falls locations, including two schools, were targeted by scammers sending false bomb threats via email on Thursday.         
John Dunlap, 77 | Argus Leader
Argus Leader | December 14, 2018
John and his wife, Nancy, moved to Dell Rapids in 1985.         
Nebraska man indicted in connection with Yankton woman's death | Argus Leader
Argus Leader | December 14, 2018
A Nebraska man has been indicted on an arson charge in connection with the death of a Yankton woman.         
Langford native sworn in as newest circuit court judge | Argus Leader
Argus Leader | December 14, 2018
The newest circuit court judge, Sandra Hoglund Hanson, marks the first time women outnumber men on the bench in the circuit court.         
Watch: South Dakota Highway Patrol K-9s 'sing' for holiday commercial | Argus Leader
Argus Leader | December 14, 2018
You haven't heard "We Wish You A Merry Christmas" like this before.