Public Works Street Division needs your help

Public Works Street Division needs your help

City of Sioux Falls crew repairs cracks and potholes in the road in front of the Convention Center and Arena, 9/13/17. KELO.com News photo by Todd Epp. SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (KELO.com) — You don’t have to simply deal with those pesky potholes on your daily commute. One call can make them go …
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Paramedics Plus opens new facility in Harrisburg

In the past, emergency calls in Harrisburg and Tea have always been answered by a Sioux Falls ambulance. “What this is going to do is put a resource in between both instead of a resource coming into that area from Sioux Falls,” Paramedics Plus Chief Operating Officer Michael Bureau said. The new …
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World Health Organization Classifies “Gaming Addiction” As A Disorder

Sioux Falls, S.D.- With an international organization bringing headlines to the gaming world, it appears too many people are becoming addicted to video games. The World Health Organization now classifies Video Game Addiction as a Disorder. “You can’t just say, ‘Well, I can control it, I can do that.
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Mad Ants win thriller against Mitchell, Skyforce

Mad Ants win thriller against Mitchell, Skyforce

Tony Mitchell, who now plays for the Sioux Falls Skyforce, did his usual thing with big shots and big dunks. … While Sumner was introducing himself to the Coliseum fans, Sioux Falls’ Mitchell was reintroducing himself after he spent 2012 to 2014 with Fort Wayne, helping them to a championship and …
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Sioux Falls resident cheering on son, Eagles during Sunday’s game

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. When your son plays for an NFL team, it’s pretty easy to cheer them on. But for one Vikings fan from Sioux Falls, it means switching sides for this weekend’s big game. The Minnesota Vikings are looking to paint Philadelphia purple on Sunday, but longtime Vikes fan Brian Gerry hopes …
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Luverne Kenneth Marvel, 98, of Sioux Falls

SIOUX FALLS — Luverne Kenneth Marvel, 98, of Sioux Falls, formerly of Huron, passed away Thursday, January 18, 2018, at the Good Samaritan Luther Manor in Sioux Falls. His funeral service will 2 p.m., Wednesday, January 24, at the Welter Funeral Home in Huron with burial in the Restlawn …
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Sports Schedule for Saturday, January 13th

Sports Schedule for Saturday, January 13th

Sioux Center – Sanford Pentagon … AHSTW, Cherokee, Hinton Community, Sheldon-South O’Brien, Sibley-Ocheyedan, Sioux Center, Sioux City North, Sioux City West, South Sioux City, West Sioux vs. … Akron-Westfield, MOC-Floyd Valley, Okoboji, Sioux Falls Lincoln, West Hancock, Western vs.
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Airbnb Surge in South Dakota

SIOUX FALLS, SD- Airbnb is becoming more popular across the nation and right here in South Dakota. “Well over a half million people go on I-90 to the west every year and that’s you know, over a half a million people. Of coarse our job is to get them into Sioux falls and many of those people do stay in …
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Can of Mountain Dew helps police solve plow truck theft in Sioux Falls

A Sioux Falls man’s affinity for Mountain Dew helped police solve the case of a local business’ stolen plow truck. Cody Alan Hazulek, 24, was indicted on a grand theft charge Thursday for reportedly stealing the truck from Marv’s Body Shop last summer. Police began investigating the theft of the 2010 …
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Public forums scheduled with Sioux Falls mayoral candidates

Public forums scheduled with Sioux Falls mayoral candidates

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (KSFY) – The public will have the opportunity to question the candidates for mayor of Sioux Falls during two upcoming public forums. The Sioux Falls Area Chamber of Commerce and AARP in Sioux Falls are partnering to host both events, which are scheduled for Feb. 8 and April 5.
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Battery Sales Boom As Cold Temps Drain Them

SIOUX FALLS, S.D.- We are all getting tired of the cold that we have experienced over the last couple weeks. The people of the Sioux Empire are not the only ones getting tired of it. Cars of the Sioux Empire are struggling as well. As those temperatures dipped to dangerous levels this last weekend, car …
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Neighbors: Crime uncommon where Sioux Falls double homicide happened

One man was dead when police arrived on the scene, the other died at a Sioux Falls hospital, shortly thereafter. Police said at this point, they have a lot of work to do. “Really what we’re looking at is just detective work, talking to a lot of people, trying to find out what led up to this and ultimately what …
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