I’m proud to say that my entire broadcasting career has been in the great state of South Dakota. I attended Augustana College and pursued a radio profession at the age of 18, I have been involved in about every format. From AM news, to rock, to country, I have enjoyed several years in morning drive. I have a wonderful family: my wife, Heather, and our 3 children, Isaac, Noah, and Elliana, live, work, and attend school in Sioux Falls. I consider it an honor to be a part of a great team on a great station that wakes you up every morning with the latest news, weather, traffic information, country music news, and a few laughs along the way. Thanks for tuning in and please drop me a line to ask me anything or if I can answer any questions or concerns you might have. A huge thanks from “that Big Breakfast guy in the morning”… Dan Collins
Funeral Set for South Dakota Hall of Fame Rodeo Champion
Funeral services are set for Hall of Fame rodeo cowboy Alvin Nelson. A native of Mobridge, South Dakota, Nelson died at the age of 80.
Sioux Falls Ranked 16th Best City For Singles
If you are single for the holidays, new data shows Sioux Falls is a pretty good place to be.
Sioux Falls Police Looking for ‘Bushy Eyebrow’ Robber
Sioux Falls police looking for a "bushy eyebrow' robber that held up a Happy Jack Casino Sunday night.
Official NORAD Santa Tracker
For years NORAD has been tracking Santa's progress on Christmas Eve. Here's what moms and dads need to know to make it a memorable experience.
Teen Catches Trophy Pike Through Lake Thompson Ice
A teen who was ice fishing on Lake Thompson was expecting the usual crappies, but when his bobber shot under and took his rod and reel with it, he knew something big was on.
Traffic Stops Produce Christmas Surprises
Yeah - this hardly ever happens when I get pulled over! Good to see the Christmas spirit is alive and well again this year.
The Top 10 Topics of the Year – According to Facebook
What were we looking for and reading on Facebook this year? The top 10 most popular stories of the year...so far.
To Boldly Go: Rocket Geeks Launch Porta-Potty 2,000 Feet Into the Sky
Watch as a a group of upper midwest rocket enthusiasts launch a Porta-Potty nearly 2,000 feet into the sky. At least it wasn't occupied.
Rare Ice Circle Forms on North Dakota River
As seen from the air: A portion of a North Dakota river freezes in a rare perfect circle.
Urn Notice – Man Finds Ashes at South Dakota Gas Station
After kicking what he thought was a pepper shaker on the ground at a South Dakota gas station, a man discovered it was a small urn containing ashes.