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Man rescued after falling into ravine in Badlands National Park

A 23 year old man was rescued after falling into a ravine at the Badlands National Park Wednesday night. → Read More

Police, firefighters help residents beat the heat with hydrant block parties

Sioux Falls firefighters, police officers and members of the parks department have provided some relief from the heat. → Read More

Sioux Falls one of six towns highlighted in HBO documentary, film crews in town this week

A HBO documentary based on James and Deborah Fallows "Our Towns" has begun filming in and around Sioux Falls. → Read More

Thunderstorms threaten July 4 festivities. Here's how Sioux Falls is preparing.

Community members and local businesses are hoping it doesn't rain on their parade as storms begin to appear in the Fourth of July forecast. → Read More

Paroled Pups program creates joy, hope inside South Dakota State Penitentiary

Since 2004, the program has provided a home to unwanted dogs and a sense of joy to inmates. → Read More

Where to celebrate the Fourth of July in, around Sioux Falls

Still looking for Independence Day plans? Here are a few near by options where you can celebrate the Fourth of July. → Read More

Why does Sioux Falls hate Sioux City? Our intern asked, and, boy, you answered.

An out-of-stater's perspective on our Sioux Falls vs. Sioux City rivalry. → Read More

Hang with the kangaroos at this new Great Plains Zoo exhibit

The howls, sqeeks and hops from down under have made their way to The Great Plains Zoo in their newest exhibit, Walkabout Australia → Read More

Terror 29 hopes to create unique haunted attraction experience

Tenneboe's Terror 29, located just off of exit 86 on Interstate 29, acts as his own garage of scares, haunts and spooks. → Read More

USD's Chris Nilsen edged out as a Bowerman finalist

South Dakota pole vaulter Chris Nilsen was edged out by LSU pole vaulter Mondo Duplantis for a finalist spot. → Read More

Falls Area Bicyclists ghost ride honors recent cyclist death

Falls Area Bicyclists rode honor of Kenneth Gunderson, who was struck and killed by a truck while riding a bike June 11. → Read More

Augustana grad wins national award for work supporting women in sports

Courtney Place's SEE US movement was named one of 20 winners of the Victoria's Secret PINK GRL PWR Project → Read More

K9 Rio retires from Sioux Falls Police Department, honored as a very good dog

After over 7 years on the force, K9 Rio got lots of petting at his retirement ceremony at The Sioux Falls Law Enforcement Center on Wednesday. → Read More

Here's your guide to Levitt at the Falls, Sioux Falls' newest concert venue

From local food vendors to diverse performances, Levitt looks to provide a fun and comfortable way for neighbors to meet each other. → Read More

Finding their rhythm: Groove Inc. puts spotlight on drummers

Pete Hansen fell short of his drum corps dreams. So he started a group to help others achieve theirs. → Read More

Sioux Falls schools will start before Labor Day in the 2020-2021 school year

The Sioux Falls School District is aiming for consistency in its newly approved 2020-21 district calendar, officials say. → Read More

South Dakota parents can see preschool rankings with new statewide tool

School Administrators of South Dakota created the preschool "Levels of Excellence" program in September 2018. → Read More

NWS: Record-breaking rain shows no signs of stopping

Seasonal April showers have continued long into May and are looking to stay even longer. → Read More