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.
Sioux Falls Girl Assaulted By Another Teen, Struck With Stun Gun
Sioux Falls Police Spokesman Sam Clemens says a girl was assaulted by another teen on Tuesday.
I Love Life: Could Retirement Be Bad For Your Health?
Avera counselor Jim Green of Sioux Falls says it is possible that retirement could affect your health in a negative way!
Celebrating Tourism in Sioux Falls, Results Radio Honored
Hundreds of people attended the 2017 Visitor Industry Luncheon at the Sioux Falls Convention Center on Tuesday
I Love Life: Child Sex Abuse Survivor Speaks Out
As a youngster, Teresa Peratt lived with a family of witches.
Sioux Falls Police: Bogus Check Cashing Suspects In Custody
Two Georgia men are behind bars in connection with a bogus check cashing scheme in Sioux Falls.
Police Bust Two Sioux Falls People, Drug Charges
A traffic stop in downtown Sioux Falls on Friday morning resulted in a pursuit and two drug related arrests.
Sioux Falls Police Investigating Check Cashing Scheme at Banks
Sioux Falls Police Spokesman Sam Clemens says authorities are searching for two men in connection with the cashing of bogus checks at local banks.
Faith Temple Gearing Up For Friday’s Food Giveaway
Sioux Falls Pastor Jeff Hayes says it’s hard to believe the Faith Temple weekly food giveaways are still being held.
Guns Stolen from Unlocked Sioux Falls Cars
Sioux Falls Police Spokesman Sam Clemens says two more guns were stolen from unlocked cars this week in the city.
I Love Life: Med Student Shot Execution Style, Sharing Hope
Here’s a story about a triumphant survivor! His name is Michael Segal. Newsweek magazine calls the young Texan an unsung hero.