With my roots and heart in South Dakota, I grew up in Corson, attended school in Brandon, Technical College in Sioux Falls and returned back home to South Dakota seven years ago, after living in Canada for 13 years. I have 2 wonderful children. Throughout the day you may find me behind the mic in the newsroom at 4:30 am, sipping an Americano at a coffee shop while researching a story… and you may catch me having a quick nap outside of school before the bell rings and she picks up her kids. "I love laughing with my kids, grabbing a coffee with a friend, antique shopping, singing along with the radio, and wishing I could fit more to do in my day. I wonder what my kids' lives will be like when they’re adults and am realizing how fast their time goes living at home!"
Threats from Corsica-Stickney Student Keep School Doors Closed
Text threats from a student attending Corsica-Stickney were taken seriously by administration, prompting a decision to delay opening school doors on Monday (March 12).
Here’s the List of New Laws Awaiting Governor Daugaard’s Signature
The halls of the Capital are quiet after the end of the legislative session. Here is a list of what awaits Governor Daugaard to pen approval or veto.
Did you Buy the $50,000 Powerball Ticket in South Dakota?
Someone in South Dakota is about to do the happy dance. Whoever has the $50,000 winning lottery ticket is being asked to come forward and claim their money.
Sioux Falls Police Allege Baby Died at the Hands of His Father
A baby boy is dead and police think his father may have been responsible for the crime. The alleged violence was documented by a Minnehaha County grand jury.
Avera to Build Drug Treatment Facility in Sioux Falls
The south side of Sioux Falls is continuing to grow with the construction of the the Avera Addiction Care Center, a 20,000 square feet facility that will focus on recovery from addiction.
Easter Egg Hunt Planned for Downtown Sioux Falls
Every registered child will receive a tote to collect eggs and a candy-filled egg from participating businesses in Downtown Sioux Falls. The event is free.
Drop Off Food and Hygiene Items to Help Lifescape Adults
A Sioux Falls financial institution is stepping in to fill the gap for adults at LifeScape in need of food and personal hygiene items.
Marty Jackley: Enemy of Human Trafficking
Attorney General Marty Jackley has vowed to strengthen human trafficking laws in South Dakota, and one of his initiatives has come to realization with a new law.
Flood Warning for Beaver Creek from Luverne to Brandon
The National Weather Service has issued a flash flood warning for the rising Beaver Creek waters in Minnesota and South Dakota.
Meth Bust Takes Out Dealer in South Dakota Returning from California
South Dakota officers worked together statewide sharing information about a drug dealer coming back to South Dakota with a vehicle full of meth to sell.