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DPS identifies two fatalities from Nov. 22 crash

SCOTLAND, S.D. (Dakota News Now) - The Department of Public Safety has released the names of the two people who died in a two-vehicle crash north of Scotland. The DPS report said around 6:30 p.m. on Nov. 22, 2002, a 2010 Kenworth T800 semi-truck and trailer were traveling northbound on SD HWY-25 when it crossed the center line while navigating a curve and struck a southbound 2013 Dodge Grand Caravan SXT Minivan.
SCOTLAND, SD
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Rock Rapids man arrested for second OWI

ROCK RAPIDS—A 27-year-old Rock Rapids man was arrested about 11:40 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 24, on charges of second-offense operating while under the influence and careless driving. The arrest of Alex David Ohling stemmed from the stop of a 2010 Chevrolet Silverado pickup for squealing its tires as it went...
ROCK RAPIDS, IA
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Police: 25 car accidents reported after first significant snowfall

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (Dakota News Now) - Sioux Falls police responded to 25 car accidents across the city this morning. None of the accidents resulted in serious injuries. Police spokesman Sam Clemens said this is about the number of accidents that officers would be expected after the first significant snowfall as drivers get used to traveling through the snow again. The 25 accidents took place between 7 a.m. and 10 a.m.
SIOUX FALLS, SD

How much snow has Sioux Falls received so far Tuesday?

Winter weather is hitting parts of South Dakota, and with it comes snow. Forecasters predicted the Sioux Falls area would see 1-4 inches of snow with the peak snowfall hitting from 5 a.m. to 11 a.m. Wind gusts were forecasted to develop through Tuesday afternoon. Jeff Chapman, NWS of Sioux Falls meteorologist, urged drivers to take caution and expect reduced visibility as conditions change. ...
SIOUX FALLS, SD
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B&G Milkyway to add large south Sioux Falls location

South Sioux Falls will be getting a big B&G Milkyway next year. Aberson Development is franchising the popular ice cream and treat shop and will be developing its location on the northeast corner of 69th Street and Cliff Avenue. “B&G is an absolute staple of this community, so for my...
SIOUX FALLS, SD
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Woman from Scotland, man from Sioux Falls killed in Nov. 22 accident in Hutchinson County

Names of the two people who died Nov. 22, 2002, in a two-vehicle crash five miles north of Scotland have been released. Preliminary crash information from the South Dakota Highway Patrol indicates that a 2010 Kenworth T800 semi-truck and trailer were traveling northbound on South Dakota Highway 25 when it crossed the center line while navigating a curve and struck a southbound 2013 Dodge Grand Caravan SXT Minivan.
HUTCHINSON COUNTY, SD
KELOLAND TV

First snow accumulation of the year for eastern KELOLAND

Snow continues to fall in the Sioux Falls area this morning. Roads are snow covered and slippery, so drive with care. You can see some of our early morning selected LIVE CAMS. The snow will be a nice addition at Falls Park. You can see the snow stretches from Nebraska...
SIOUX FALLS, SD
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Luverne community eagerly awaiting new child care center

Local gas station owners are at the whims of the market but can still set their daily price, a local owner said. The anticipated snow fall this week means soon, snow plows will be back on the road in the area. Crews have been getting ready for their first call of the year.
LUVERNE, MN
KELOLAND TV

First measurable snowfall of the season in SF

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (KELO) — People in southeastern KELOLAND are cleaning up the first measurable snowfall of the season. Sioux Falls got 2-3 inches. When the sidewalks and driveways are covered in white, you’ll likely find Shelby Fortin and Ny Thoung outside together. “It’s pretty light and fluffy,”...
SIOUX FALLS, SD
KELOLAND TV

A young girl’s mission of giving smiles

BRANDON, S.D. (KELO) – We are in the season of giving and the season of sweet treats. Those two things are what one high schooler in Brandon knows best. Every year you can find Jadyn Ramazani baking cookies and spreading cheer to area assisted living residents. We first introduced...
BRANDON, SD
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Providing forever homes by emptying the shelters

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (Dakota News Now) - The BISSELL Pet Foundation is helping pets currently without homes through the Empty the Shelters Holiday Hope” event beginning December 1 and ending December 11. In the past, this effort has helped nearly 126,000 pets and is the largest funded adoption event in the country. During each nationwide event, BISSELL Pet Foundation sponsors reduced adoption fees so shelters such as the Sioux Falls Area Humane Society can charge $50 or less.
SIOUX FALLS, SD
KELOLAND TV

Offer versus serve implemented districtwide in SFSD

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (KELO) – When you were a kid, you may have disliked certain fruits or vegetables, and you may have left them on you plate when you were done eating. The Sioux Falls School District implements a program that is giving students an option when it comes to meal time.
SIOUX FALLS, SD

Snow Returns To South Dakota: Remember These 10 Storms?

Here's some news that some South Dakotans prefer not to hear this time of year. Winter is coming. In denial? Dropping temperatures and early snowstorms out west near Deadwood speak for itself. Now snow has finally entered in the Sioux Empire, including Sioux Falls. Slowly but surely, people are bracing...
SIOUX FALLS, SD
KELOLAND TV

Sanford Orthopedics explains advances in technology

You hardly give it a second thought: You need to get from point A to point B and the only real effort involves standing up and taking that first step forward. Yet it isn’t always as simple as that. Foot pain is a common complaint amongst millions of people every year and the causes of this type of pain are as varied as people themselves.
SIOUX FALLS, SD
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Police: Man claims four women assaulted & robbed him

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (Dakota News Now) - Sioux Falls police say a man claims four women assaulted and robbed him early Saturday morning. Police spokesman Sam Clemens said the incident occurred around 1:45 a.m. on Saturday. The victim said he was in his parked car when four women approached him, and one of them broke his window. When he exited the car to confront them, the suspects assaulted him and took his keys before walking away. Police say the victim’s injuries are not serious.
SIOUX FALLS, SD

Social studies debate shows concerning shift from standards to curriculum

Educators and parents alike have provided concerning feedback for the Proposed K-12 Social Studies Content Standards. South Dakota is at the midpoint of a statutorily required public comment process with four input sessions being held throughout the state. I testified to the South Dakota Board of Educational Standards in September, and due to time constraints, […] The post Social studies debate shows concerning shift from standards to curriculum appeared first on South Dakota Searchlight.
SIOUX FALLS, SD
KELOLAND TV

Health Freedom SD to host weekend summit in Sioux Falls

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (KELO) — A South Dakota non-profit is hosting its first major event this Friday and Saturday focused on constitutional freedoms. Health Freedom South Dakota formed nearly five years ago but became more active during the pandemic. “It’s one of our most basic freedoms to choose what...
SIOUX FALLS, SD