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Jerry Dahmen

Jerry Dahmen, a native of South Dakota, is News Director of KXRB Radio.  Jerry is one of broadcasting's most honored journalists having earned over 100 major news and community awards, including the coveted George Foster Peabody Award and 3 national Edward R. Murrow Awards.  Jerry is also the  author of 2 best selling books featuring individuals throughout the country who have overcome adversities.  The "I Love Life" program has been broadcast for 35 years and includes over 1,600 guests.
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Reaching Out To Homeless Veterans [VIDEO]

It's hard to believe but it's true!  There are 262 homeless veterans in Sioux Falls.  Vietnam-Era Veteran Chuck Albrecht says the number comes from the Veterans Administration.

In Chuck's words, "If a veteran is living in their car, if a veteran is living with friends, if a veteran is living with family be it sister, brother or parents, if a veteran is literally sleeping on a park bench---those are all areas the V

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Allegiant Announces Travel Between Sioux Falls and Tampa Bay [VIDEO]

Great news for Sioux Falls!  During a Tuesday morning news conference at the Sioux Falls Regional Airport, Executive Director Dan Letellier announced that Allegiant will have a new, nonstop jet service between Sioux Falls and Tampa Bay via St

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A Message For Parents: Teen Prescription Drug Abuse [VIDEO]

No matter where you go, Darcy Jensen of Prairie View Prevention Services in Sioux Falls says teens are abusing prescription pain pills. In some cases, they are snorting the pills to bolster the high.

"It really is a situation where we're seeing more high school and middle school students who are seeking a high using an over the counter medication," said Jensen

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Sioux Falls Saturation Patrol Update [VIDEO]

Sioux Falls Police Lt. Jerome MIller says tickets were written on Tuesday, the first day of a major 4 day saturation patrol.  The tickets were for stop light violations.

Lt. Miller has a message for Sioux Falls motorists:  "As a reminder again, I caught myself even thinking and paying a little more attention while driving because of the saturation patrol

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