Hello, I'm Ben. I'm on right after Andy and Tasha on Hot 104.7 and I host the Throwback Hot Lunch, a hour of old school at noon. So, you wanna know a little about me? Too bad, I'm not talking. Like Jimmy James on 'Newsradio' I’m "a cipher wrapped in an enigma, smothered in secret sauce." I will say I like the TV show Newsradio, and Parks and Rec. Also, Star Trek. And of course Mystery Science Theater 3000. But I will say nothing else. Except that I come from down south, I mean Nebraska. And I like hot sauce. I will say no more!! Why are you grilling me?! What do you want to know? That I love music and my favorite artist is Weird Al? Is that what you want to hear? Fine, I’ll also say that I’m a huge comedy nerd, but that’s it, no more.
Best Place to Watch Eclipse was Surrounded by Old Cars in Nebraska
The best place to experience the moon's shadow was probably at Carhenge, a monument to a monument in the Nebraska panhandle.
Clouds and Storms? No Worries, Watch Eclipse 2017 Here
See what Sioux Falls missed during the storms on Eclipse day 2017 in this video from NASA.
Flash Flood Warning Monday Afternoon
More rain and storms are expected to move through the Sioux Falls area over the next few hours. So a Flash Flood Warning has been issues until 3:00 PM.
Meet Sparky, the Lighting Surviving Bison
Today I learned about an amazing animal living in Iowa. Sparky is a 12 year-old bison that got his name because he was struck by lighting.
Interfaith Group Works for More Compassionate Sioux Falls
In an effort to create more compassionate neighborhoods and prevent hate crimes, Sioux Falls’ interfaith community will lead a public discussion this week.
Koala Farewell Weekend is Coming at the Great Plains Zoo
The marsupials' departure will be marked with a Farewell Weekend celebration September 1 through 3.
Visit the 50th Sturgis Rally from 1990 in These Retro News Clips
Digging around YouTube recently I found this compilation video of news reports and some home video of the 50th annual Sturgis Motorcycle Rally in 1990.
When Will South Dakota Break a Million?
If look into the future, is there a time when South Dakota may hit the million people mark? According to some predictions, that is possible by mid-century.
Solar Eclipse Watch Planned at Sioux Falls Library
If you're looking for a place to watch Monday's solar eclipse with some equally excited fans of the sky, the Siouxland Libraries have you covered.
University of South Dakota Physics Department to Host Eclipse Party
The USD Department of Physics viewing party is free and open to the public.