I'm not a DJ, I just play one on the radio. Hey how you doing, it's Marc Elliott here at 97.3 KKRC. I've lived most of my life in Sioux Falls with my wife Patti, and our two dogs, Taylor and Jude. In my spare time, I enjoy (okay, some Sunday's not so much) watching Miami Dolphins football. Yeah, I know, they've sucked since the late '90s, but they're finally starting to turn things around. (It only took nearly two decades.) I am also an avid runner. I try to get in around 3 to 5 miles each day. So please watch out for a short bald man wearing all black, that runs on streets occasionally. I'd really appreciate you not hitting me with your car! Most importantly, thanks for listening to Sioux Falls Greatest Hits!
Two Sioux Falls Residents Lose Thousands in Phone Scams
Phone scammers are hard at work as the holiday season approaches.
‘Sam on-Demand’ Set to Hit the Streets December 19th
Riding a city bus in Sioux Falls is about to get much more convenient later this month.
Sioux Falls Man Crashes Stolen Vehicle into Parked Train Car
A Sioux Falls man took a high-speed ride to jail Tuesday after stealing a vehicle and eventually crashing it into a parked train car at 12th and Cliff Avenue.
Weekend Stabbing Lands Sioux Falls Woman in Jail
A fight between two Sioux Falls women has landed one behind bars and another in the hospital.
Volunteers Needed for Salvation Army Red Kettle Campaign
The Salvation Army is in need of bell ringer volunteers for their annual red kettle campaign around the holidays.
Intoxicated Woman Rolls Vehicle into Creek in Harrisburg
A drunk Harrisburg woman landed her vehicle in a creek early Thursday morning near Willow Street and Cliff Avenue.
COVID-19 Creating a Struggle for Sioux Empire Non-Profits
Non-profit organizations here in the Sioux Empire and all over the country are dealing with a number of challenges thanks to the COVID-19 pandemic.
‘Run for Food’ a Thanksgiving Tradition Returns Thursday Morning
On your mark, get set, run for food. The annual 'Run for Food' is set for Thursday morning at the W.H. Lyon Fairgrounds in Sioux Falls.
DHS Warns South Dakota Consumers of Potential Holiday Scams
You better watch out, you better not cry, you better not pout, I'm telling you why, holiday scammers are coming around. The South Dakota DHS just issued a few tips to help protect consumers from scams this holiday season.
Sioux Falls Police Attempting to Locate 13-Year-Old Runaway Teen
Sioux Falls Police are requesting the public's help in the search for a runaway 13-year-old Sioux Falls girl.