KDLT-TV is the NBC-affiliated television station in Sioux Falls, South Dakota, serving Eastern South Dakota and Southwestern Minnesota. The station broadcasts its digital signal on UHF channel 47, which remaps to analog channel 46 via PSIP. It also operates a full-powered satellite station: KDLV-TV in Mitchell, South Dakota (digital channel 26, virtual channel 5).
Suspect Sought in Mitchell Convenience Store Robbery
The Dakota Sunset Convenience Store in Mitchell, SD was robbed early Tuesday morning.
Jackley About Bosworth: Nothing Personal
Jackley says it was nothing more than evidence that led to Bosworth's arrest and her conviction. He responds to the accusations political persecution.
Former Sioux Falls Teacher Gets Prison Time While Victim Forgives Assailant
A former Axtell Park Middle School teacher has been sentenced to 15 years in prison for having a sexual relationship with a 14-year-old student.
Cherry Lake: Welcome to Sioux Falls School District
Voters in the West Central School District have decided to turn the Cherry Lake housing development over to the Sioux Falls School District.
Minnehaha County Picks Local Business to Furnish Ambulance Service
Minnehaha County Commissioners picked a local ambulance provider to serve the north and west part of the county by unanimous vote.
Computer Glitch Caused South Dakota Vehicle Registration Delays
Renewing your license tabs isn't always easy, and for some people in South Dakota it was even tougher on Friday.
Brookings Pot Bust Procures Big Payday
Three men are behind bars after Brookings Police seized 14 pounds of marijuana believed to be worth $60,000.
1 in 5 Teenage Girls Have Experienced Dating Violence According to CDC Study
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention just released a new report that puts teens and dating violence in the spotlight.
Drunk Driving Crash Leads to Gas Leak Near 26th Street, Grange Avenue
Sioux Falls Police say a driver was arrested for DUI after crashing into a gas meter and causing a gas leak Sunday March 1, 2015.
Judge Gives Mercy to Dell Rapids Man for His Role in 2013 Murder
The 22-year-old Dell Rapids man involved in a drug robbery that ended in murder will not serve any more time behind bars.