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!"
Jackley Challenges Noem to Sign Clean Campaign Pledge
Attorney General Marty Jackley sent a clean campaign pledge to Congresswoman Kristi Noem, as they both eye the position of Governor of South Dakota.
Flags to Be Lowered to Half Staff to Honor Fallen South Dakota Fire Fighter
Flags will fly at half staff on Thursday in honor of Presho Fire Chief Donald F. “Donny” Manger who died while responding to a fire in rural Lyman County.
Have You Tried A Coffee Nap?
When the days are full and taking a long nap feels like forfeiting productivity, perhaps a coffee nap could be an alternative.
Vehicle Jumps I-29 Guard Rail, Falls to Street Below
A woman driving north on I-29 hit a guard rail, which caused her vehicle to careen over the railing onto a street below.
The Bakery Organization for Entrepreneurs Dissolves
The organization, which held networking meetings, business workshops and resources for entrepreneurs in the Sioux Falls area will now be coming to an end.
Sioux Falls Cab Driver Points Gun Over Parking Space Dispute
A Sioux Falls Cab driver was allegedly so upset with another cab driver that he pointed a gun during an argument. The dispute was over a parking space.
Kids Found in Filth, Oldest Left to Babysit was Four
Law enforcement in Iowa found hundreds of dog droppings, three children living in filth, and a four year old babysitting his two year and one year old sibling.
Lawmakers Discover Early Gear Up Records Were Destroyed
The Government Audit and Operations Committee spent two days looking into the Gear Up and Mid Central Educational Cooperative. Here's what they found.
Vehicle Vandals Apprehended in Central Sioux Falls
Sioux Falls police have found the suspects of a recent string of vandalism. Now they're looking for any victims who have yet to come forward.
South Dakota Teacher Salaries Rise According to Plan
With the onset of the South Dakota half-penny sales tax, the intention of using the revenue to increase teacher salaries across the state seems to be working.