Hey Everyone! I'm a native Iowan (Go Cyclones) and most recently worked at radio stations in southern Minnesota. I've been in the business since 2006 and absolutely love what I do. In my spare time, I enjoy hiking, collecting old vinyl, visiting mom and pop restaurants, watching my favorite teams lose and spending time with family. Catch me on the morning show, along with Christine, Monday through Friday from 6:00 am -10:00 am!
How to Stop Your Car Windshield From Fogging up
We've all been there. You're in a big hurry, jump in your car, and your windshield is completely fogged up on the inside. Next time you're in a bind like that, try this simple trick for a fog-free windshield.
Downtown Sioux Falls Coupon Book Sales Kick off Next Friday
Beginning Friday, November 6th, Downtown Sioux Falls will be offering the 'Downtown Gives' 2020-2021 Coupon Book. Not only will this year's book offer exclusive sales and deals that will only be available if you have the book; it will also benefit a new local organization.
South Dakota’s Most Chilling Unsolved Mysteries
Think South Dakota doesn't have any disturbing unsolved mysteries? Think again. Here are some of the most chilling cold cases in the state's history.
Weirdest Things People Google About South Dakota
If you do a quick Google search you'll find some hilarious questions asked about the state of South Dakota. Here are ten of the best.
Top Ten Safest Towns In South Dakota
Take a look and you'll see nearly every spot on the map covered in this top ten list. But one town in the Sioux Empire reigns above the rest.
Minnesota Man Grows Largest Pumpkin in North America
It's not every day a guy drives a few thousand miles while hauling a few thousand pounds of pumpkin to win the World Pumpkin Championship, but that's exactly what Travis Gienger did this past week.
Downtown Sioux Falls Trick or Treat Locations
Downtown Sioux Falls Inc. is inviting you and your family to show off your costumes this Sunday, as they're hosting Downtown Trick or Treat 1-3 pm.
Damages From August Midwest Derecho Storm At 7.5 Billion
In total, the storm produced more than $7.5 billion in damages to crops, homes, businesses, infrastructure, and almost anything else you can imagine.
Bundle Up! Upcoming Winter Will Be ‘Colder Than Average’ In South Dakota
Remember that trace snowfall we saw in the Sioux Empire last Friday morning? Well, it could be a warning sign for a bumpy winter ahead for all of us.
How to Carve the Best Pumpkins in Under 5 Minutes (Video)
One of the best things about the internet is it can turn you into an expert at something in no time at all!