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!"
South Dakota Legislature Kills Bill to Block Illegal Immigrants from Post Secondary Educat…
The South Dakota Senate Education Committee stopped a proposal to block illegal aliens from attending post secondary institutions, receiving aid.
Cigarette Tax Increase Snuffed Out in Legislative Committee
Cigarette smokers in South Dakota may be breathing a bit easier knowing an extra dollar tax on their pack of smokes will not be happening.
Lincoln County is the Best Place in South Dakota to Save Money
A New York financial company has determined that Lincoln County is the best place in the state to put down roots and raise the balance in your bank account.
Entrepreneur Group Expands to Orpheum Theater in Sioux Falls
The entrepreneur and business networking organization One Million Cups continues to see growth in Sioux Falls and is moving to a larger location.
Car Crashes into Apartment Building Following Police Chase
A woman driving a stolen SUV crashed into an apartment building while trying to flee from Sioux Falls Police on Sunday February 4th at 2:15 AM.
Children’s Day in Pierre Unifies Supporters of Abused Children
It was a celebratory moment in Pierre as lawmakers, First Lady Linda Daugaard, Jolene Loestcher of Jolene's Law and other advocates for Children's Day.
Grim Jim Reaper Hits South Dakota Super Bowl Ads
The subject is highway safety as a local commercial with the South Dakota Highway patrol hits televisions during the Superbowl with a ghoulish reminder.
Man Allegedly Trashes Girlfriend’s Apartment, Arrested in Hudson Church
The Lincoln County Sheriff's Department revealed more details regarding an incident on Tuesday (January 30) involving a residence trashed by a boyfriend.
South Dakota Lawmakers Voted Against Drug Testing Themselves
Yesterday (January 31) the South Dakota legislative panel nixed a bill that would have required all state lawmakers to be drug tested.
Burglars Canvas Worthing, Find Unlocked Doors
Over the weekend a group of thieves roamed the streets of a small town south of Sioux Falls looking for unlocked doors and potential items to steal.